Stories from Canada's Economic History (Second Edition)
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885 pp., b/w, illustrated. PDF. Our flagship title. Tales of Canada's economic history taken from contemporary newspapers. Comprehensive annotations make the book accessible to the general public while providing information expected by academics. Suitable for pleasure reading, middle school, high school and higher education. The book's thirteen chapters are: Newfoundland, Fur, The Treaties and After, Chinese Immigration, Gold, Railways, The American 'Invasion', Wheat and Farming, The Status of Prairie Women 1912-1916, Housework, Women and Paid Work, Money and Banking and an Appendix covering several topics. An interactive table of contents simplifies navigation - click on an article's title in the PDF, and you will be taken to it. ISBN 978-1-9992295-3-5
You are welcome to download the book for free (choose 'No thanks, just take me to the downloads' when prompted). If you pay the recommended price of $5 (or more), we'll throw in a 'thank you' pack. This is a .zip file that contains complimentary copies of three of our books (Stories of Indian Days and volumes I and II of The Mirror), as well as scans of over a hundred historical photographs that you are free to use in your own projects.
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