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Canada and the British Immigrant

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Title:Canada and the British Immigrant
Weaver, Emily Poynton   
(1 of 5 for author by title)
A Canadian History for Boys and Girls
Published:   1914
Publisher:The Religious Tract Society
Tags:Canada, immigration, non-fiction

A factual guide to immigrants.

I. Why Canada is British

II. The Dominion of Canada

III. Confederation

IV. Lands and the People

V. Industries and Transport

VI. The Old Province of Nova Scotia

VII. New Brunswick, the Land of the St. John

VIII. Prince Edward Island

IX. Quebec and its Eastern Townships

X. Ontario, once "Canada West"

XI. Manitoba, Old and New

XII. Saskatchewan, the Wheat Province

XIII. Alberta: where Prairies and Mountains Meet

XIV. British Columbia, The Pacific Province

XV. The Yukon and North-West Territories

XVI. The Man Whom Canada Needs

XVII. The Woman Canada Needs

XVIII. Hints and Suggestions [Suggest a different description.]

Pages:244 Info

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