Forging the Prairie West
Oxford University Press, 1998 - Broj stranica: 212
This second volume in the Illustrated History of Canada series relates the eventful, occasionally violent history of the three "prairie" provinces (Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta). Covering exploration as well as economic, political, and social history, it presents a detailed account of the region's importance in Canadian history.
Chapter Five THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BELONGS
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