A People's History of Quebec

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A People's History of Quebec
Baraka Books, August 2009, 200 p.




SUMMARY: A People’s History of Quebec is a lively guide to a little-known part of North American history. It tells of the settlement of the St. Lawrence Valley, but also of the Montreal and Quebec-based explorers and traders who travelled, mapped, and inhabited most of North America, and embrothered the peoples they met. Based on meticulous research, Jacques Lacoursière (author) and Robin Philpot (translator) connect everyday life to the events that emerged as historical turning points in the life of a people, thus shedding new light on Quebec’s 450-year history—and the historical forces that lie behind its two recent efforts to gain independence[1]. BUY ONLINE: barakabooks.com



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