3 edition of Canada at Britain"s side found in the catalog.
Canada at Britain"s side
William Lyon Mackenzie King
|Statement||by W. L. Mackenzie King.|
|LC Classifications||D742.C2 K52|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 332 p. port. ;|
|Number of Pages||332|
"The Canadians" is the result. This is more travelogue than history. Malcolm spent four years rattling around Canada trying to get a feel for the country. The scope of the book is impressive. Malcolm examines geography, people, and economics to show his readers where Canadians have been, and where they are going.4/5(3). At that time, around million people lived in the United States, compared to only about , in Canada, many of whom were of French or American descent rather than : Jesse Greenspan.
Canada has been a monarchy for centuries - first under the kings of France in the sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, then under the British Crown in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and now as a kingdom in her own right. These lands had been occupied for thousands of years by Aboriginal Peoples who, now for many centuries, have maintained an enduring and. Both British and American leaders rightly believed that the support of the French Canadians would determine the possession of Canada, for there were too few Anglo-Canadians to hold the territory and too few American soldiers to take it. Ultimately, Britain won the battle for the allegiance, or at least neutrality, of the Canadiens. It.
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