Item 1 - Canadian History Outline 1934-5

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Canadian History Outline 1934-5

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ON00120 047-1-7-1

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  • 1934 - 1962, predominant 1934 - 1935 (Creation)

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0.01 m of textual records

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(1896 - 1969)

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Item is volume one of a handwritten Canadian History Outline lesson plan. Subjects included in the lesson plan are: First Nations pre-European contact and post-European contact, European explorers (including the Vikings), European settlement of North America, the Founding of New France, the Huron missions, The Hudson Bay Company, the Acadians, the Expulsion of the Acadians, The Quebec Act, The American Revolution and the United Empire Loyalists. Tucked within the notebook are three copies of a typed, sixty line Canadian History in verse, two typed copies of a Canadian History Review with forty-eight questions and answers, a typed poem in verse entitled "Wolfe" by Grade 8 student James Yeates in 1938, two hand drawn maps, various handwritten history notes and a newspaper clipping ("Historian Calls Cabot Follower, Not Finder," The Globe and Mail, March 4, 1961, p.9).

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For copyright reasons, newspaper clippings have been removed from the digital copy of the item.

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Swastikas, a symbol of good luck, are included as a decorative boarder on the cover of the item.

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  • Box: C-063