Interpreting Canada's Past

Interpreting Canada's Past

Volume Two, Post-Confederation

Book - 1993
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This new edition of the successful and popular selections of readings covering Canadian history in the postconfederation period is divided into four sections which cover government and politics 1867-1914; society and culture 1867-1914; from World War I to World War II; and after 1945. Contributors include Gordon T. Stewart, Bettina Bradley, Timothy H.E. Travers, and William R. Morrison.
Publisher: Toronto : Oxford University Press, 1993.
Edition: Second edition
ISBN: 9780195409475
Branch Call Number: 971 Int1993 h7ma v. 2 01
Characteristics: 721 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Additional Contributors: Bumsted, J. M. 1938-


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