2 edition of union of the Canadas ; the growth of the Canadian institutions 1841-1857 found in the catalog.
union of the Canadas ; the growth of the Canadian institutions 1841-1857
|Series||The Canadian Centenary Series|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||256 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||256|
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Get this from a library. The union of the Canadas ; the growth of Canadian Institutions, [J M S Careless] -- Detailed account of a complex and turbulent era which demonstrates how the union which was intended to facilitate the assimilation of the French Canadians was to entrench duality instead.
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CARELESS, J. S., The Union of the Canadas. The Growth of Canadian Institutions (). The Canadian Centenary series, McClelland and Stewart, Toronto,p.
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It created the Province of Canada by uniting the colonies of Canada West (formerly Upper Canada) and Canada East (formerly Lower Canada) into one government.(See also: Act of Union: Timeline; Act of Union: Editorial.). The principleworks on the Confederation period are J.
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