Series: Canada's Illustrated Heritage

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The First Canadians by Fraser Symington
The colonial dream, 1497-1760 (Canada's illustrated heritage) by Harold Andrew Horwood1497/1760
Redcoats and Loyalists, 1760-1815 (Canada's illustrated heritage) by Leslie F Hannon1760/1815
Days of the Rebels: 1815-1840 by Margaret Eleanor Atwood1815/1840
Pioneer days 1840/1860 (Canadas illustrated heritage) by Joy Carroll1840/1860
Dawn of the Nation 1860/1870 by William Stephenson1860/1870
The Age of Innocence: 1870/1880 by Robert Collins1870/1880
Canada Moves Westward 1880/1890 by Jack Batten1880/1890
The naughty nineties, 1890-1900 (Canada's illustrated heritage) by June Callwood1890/1900
The Years of Agony: 1910/1920 by John Craig1910/1920
The Crazy Twenties 1920/1930 Canada's Illustrated Heritage by Toivo Kiil1920/1930
The hungry thirties, 1930/1940 (Canada's illustrated heritage) by Max Braithwaite1930/1940
A Time of Heroes: 1940/1950 by Stephen Franklin1940/1950
The booming fifties 1950/1960 (Canadas illustrated heritage) by Alexander Ross1950/1960
The years of protest: 1960-1970 (Canada's illustrated heritage) by Alan Denis Edmonds1960/1970
Canada's Illustrated Heritage Into the 20th Century by Alan Phillips2000

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