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Unformatted text preview: communication-Quebec vs. Canada-First Nations as major role in our history-French and English wrote our history-Indian Act, 1867 onward-White Paper-not all aboriginals took this treatment, status of women-Red Power movement of the 1960s-economic policies-immigrants and refugees seek fair and just treatment, this is long standing (Acadia)-African Americans coming to Canada-not always treated fairly, but made their protests known (Dresden)-after WWII, joined with Anglo-Canadians to get better laws-violence-women’s movements-first wave feminism, WWII-Royal Commission on the status of women-earlier examples: Laura Secord, voters in Quebec-agency; takes many forms (protests, fur trade etc.)-social history Historians-interpretations-historiography of Confederation-what a person has lived through influences how they write-there are many ways to express yourself on one issue-historians are not immune to bias...
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This note was uploaded on 12/20/2009 for the course HISTORY 2203 taught by Professor None during the Spring '07 term at UWO.
- Spring '07