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Canada   By: (1837-1902)

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Canada, by John George Bourinot, is an intriguing exploration of the history and evolution of the great nation of Canada. Bourinot takes readers on a captivating journey from Canada's early beginnings to its present-day status as a global force.

The book delves deep into the origins of Canada, shedding light on the country's indigenous peoples, their cultures, and their interactions with European settlers. Bourinot masterfully weaves together historical accounts, personal anecdotes, and well-researched data to paint a comprehensive picture of Canada's diverse and complex heritage.

One of the book's greatest strengths lies in Bourinot's ability to convey the struggles and triumphs that have shaped Canada's identity. From the early battles for independence to the formation of a unique Canadian constitution, Bourinot presents a compelling narrative that showcases the resilience and determination of its citizens.

Moreover, Bourinot skillfully examines the political climate that has molded Canadian society throughout its existence. He pays special attention to the different ideologies and policies that have guided Canada's governance, highlighting the impact they have had on the country's growth and development.

In addition to its historical and political insights, Canada also delves into the cultural aspects that make the nation so vibrant and diverse. Bourinot explores Canadian literature, art, and music, giving readers a glimpse into the creativity and talent that has emerged from this vast country.

While the book is undoubtedly informative and engaging, some readers may find certain sections to be dense with information. Bourinot's extensive research and attention to detail can occasionally make the narrative feel overwhelming, requiring readers to take breaks to digest the wealth of knowledge presented.

Nonetheless, Canada is an essential read for history enthusiasts, students, and anyone seeking a deeper understanding of this fascinating country. Bourinot's passion for his subject matter shines through, making the book both educational and entertaining.

In conclusion, Canada by John George Bourinot is an enlightening and comprehensive account of the nation's past, present, and future. It offers a wealth of knowledge, providing readers with a deeper appreciation for the rich tapestry of Canadian history and its enduring impact on the world.

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CANADA

By SIR J. G. BOURINOT

K.C.M.G., LL.D., LIT.D.

SOMETIME CLERK OF THE CANADIAN HOUSE OF COMMONS; HONORARY SECRETARY OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF CANADA; DOCTEUR ÈS LETTRES OF LAVAL UNIVERSITY; HONORARY MEMBER OF THE AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY

NEW AND REVISED EDITION, WITH ADDITIONAL CHAPTER

BY WILLIAM H. INGRAM, B.A.

T. FISHER UNWIN LTD

LONDON: ADELPHI TERRACE

[Transcriber's note: Page numbers in this book are indicated by numbers enclosed in curly braces, e.g. {99}. They have been located where page breaks occurred in the original book, in accordance with Project Gutenberg's FAQ V 99. For its Index, a page number has been placed only at the start of that section. In the HTML version of this book, page numbers are placed in the left margin.]

First Edition . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1897 Second Impression . . . . . . . . . . . 1901 Second Edition (Third Impression) . . . 1908 Third Edition (Fourth Impression) . . . 1922

Copyright by T. Fisher Unwin, 1897 (for Great Britain)

Copyright by G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1897 (For the United States of America).

I DEDICATE THIS STORY OF CANADA

BY PERMISSION

TO

HER EXCELLENCY THE COUNTESS OF ABERDEEN

WHO HAS WON THE ESTEEM AND AFFECTION OF ALL CLASSES OF... Continue reading book >>




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