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This course surveys the main themes in the evolution of what is now Canada from pre-European native societies to the present It traces the patterns of colonization immigration and settlement and the evolution of the Canadian state from colonial rule through Confederation to the challenges of separatism highlighting the role of political parties and leaders the impact of regionalism and relations with Britain the United States and the wider world It considers the growth of a capitalist economy and the social and cultural changes set in motion by industrialization and urbanization Particular attention is given to the emergence of new social classes the transformation of family life the emergence of new social institutions and the trends in cultural and intellectual life The course also examines the cultural conflict and accommodation between natives and Europeans French and English and new immigrant groups and those born in Canada COURSE SCHEDULE LECTURES FALL TERM 1- September 8 No LECTURE September 13 Introduction 2- September 15 First Nations Territory September 20 YOM KIPPUR NO LECTURE 3- September 22 The arrival of Europeans Viking and Basques in America September 27 The arrival of Europeans the French and the English 4- September 29 The French in America the Fur Trade October 4 The French in America Institutions 5- October 6 The English in America the case of Nova Scotia October 11 THANKSGIVING NO LECTURE 6- October 13 The Conquest October 18 The British Rule and the American Revolution 7- October 20 and 25 Immigration and Development 8- October 27 and November 1 The Maritimes under the British Rule 9- November 3 and 8 A New Colony Upper Canada 10- November 10 Rebellions in Upper Canada November 15 TEST 11- November 17 and 22 Rebellions
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