Canadian History to 1867 (HIST 255.3)

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HIST 255 01 September 2017 Glenn Iceton


This course is an introduction to the history of Canada up until Confederation in 1867. The bi-weekly lectures will examine major events, issues, and themes in pre-Confederation history, with a specific focus on key historical debates and our understandings of Canada's colonial past. A few of the topics for this course include native-newcomer relations, European empires and conquest, colonial cultures, and rebellion and nationhood.


3 credit units HIST at the 100 level, or INTS 101, or 30 credit units of University


Pre-1815; North America. Students who have received credit for HIST 151.3 may not take HIST 255.3 for credit.

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