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Ascinating but bea. And economic impact of European exploitation trade and settlements looking in detail at relations between Europeans and native peoples Richly detailed plates describe the movements of the new arrivals the fisheries around Newfoundland and in the Gulf of St Lawrence the French colonization in Acadia and the St Lawrence valley the development of agriculture the growth of towns the expansion of the fur trade and its impact on the various native nations and on the West generallyUnlike most historical atlases which focus on geopolitical events and their territorial conseuences this volume of the Historical Atlas of Canada and its two companion volumes emphasize the circumstances of ordinar.
Utiful and useful. Y life Much attention is paid to the small agricultural settlements and early towns in which Canadians lived during this period Large scale maps show individual settlements; small scale maps explain how the patterns of distribution and trade shaped the growth of these settlements and in turn of CanadaAn extraordinarily rich picture of our past emerges from the combination of text and graphic material in this volume an illustration of Canada's early development that no other document has ever offered With the other two volumes of the atlas it presents a splendid visual record of the roots of our society and the evolution of the intensely regional culturally diverse nation we now today.
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A book not only A uniuely beautiful record of Canada's early development this volume of the Historical Atlas of Canada explores the relationship between what is now Canada and its people from the earliest evidence of human habitation to the beginning of the nineteenth centuryThe early traces date back some 12000 years From this starting point at the end of the late Wisconsinan glacial maximum the atlas provides an unprecedented outline of Canadian prehistory and the early historic period The first 18 remarkable maps describe the settlements cultural development agriculture and economic systems of the Indian and Inuit peoples of Canada and their predecessorsThe volume goes on to illuminate the social.