This category lists pages and sites about the history of Canada and its people.
A seven-volume study of Canada's history and culture including photos, articles, and essays.
Explores Canada's role in the American Civil War as well as the war's impact on Canadian confederation. Includes timeline and a collection of little-known stories.
Offers background information on the names of Canada's provinces, territories, capital cities, and national parks.
Information about the formation of the country. Includes history, provinces, and a glossary.
The story of the merchants and explorers who settled Canada. From PBS.
Understand more about Canadian culture and heritage today by understanding who some of Canadians' ancestors are, and how they settled Canada.
Follow the adventures of these fictional characters who prove Canadian history isn't boring.
Article from the Department of History at Marianopolis College describing the why the Quebec Act was written and the implications it has had on history.
Review lessons for the Quebec required course, "The History of Quebec and Canada". Includes a review of each of the seven modules, links to other web sites dealing with the topics, and quizzes.
Gives an overview of the Northwest Passage, fur trade, scientific expeditions, and culture of the 1800s from the National Archives of Canada.
Lots of articles and pics and the latest news.
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