By W. J. Eccles
This account of the French period in Canada is the main unique remedy of the topic in over a century. The research and concepts within the first version helped create a complete new college of considered Canadian historical past. Over 50,000 copies were utilized in school rooms in Canada and the U.S. within the decade seeing that its e-book. during this revised variation, the writer updates the bibliography and provides new rules complicated within the Seventies that may make extra necessary nonetheless this acclaimed normal historical past of latest France.
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