3 edition of Forts of Canada found in the catalog.
Forts of Canada
Leslie F. Hannon
Bibliography: p. 284-286.
|Statement||[by] Leslie F. Hannon.|
|LC Classifications||UG413.C3 H35|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||79582405|
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"Forts of Canada", on the other hand, is written more as an overview of the types of forts that had been constructed in Canada over its history, and is less focused on specific forts. "Forts of Canada" sometimes gives a little vignette about a (fictitious or historically accurate?) boy or girl and then describes a type of fort where that child would live.5/5(1).
Forts of Canada: Yealland, Jane, Owens, AnnMaureen, Kilby, Don: Books - or: Jane Yealland, AnnMaureen Owens. First forts: survival in the wilderness --Guardians of the shore --Military forts --Trading forts --Forts go west.
Responsibility: written by Ann-Maureen Owens and Jane Yealland ; illustrated by Don Kilby. At the forks of the red --The fur forts --The scarlet horsemen --Rendezvous at Thunder Bay --The tale of two cities --War of --Part Five.
Attack from the south --Guns in the pass --Raid & rebellion. Forts in Canada. by Ann-Maureen Owens and Jane Yealland, Don Kirby, illus. In Canada’s early history, forts and settlements served as important defensive, economic, and transportation points.
In Forts in Canada Kingston teachers Ann-Maureen Owens and Jane Yealland have collaborated with Toronto artist Don Kirby to produce an engaging, informative book describing the design Forts of Canada book use of forts by.
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French explorers arrived byestablishing a mission on the north mainland in and a fort in (St Ignace, Mich). Forts Rouge, Garry and Gibraltar National Historic Site of Canada is located on three different positions at the forks of the Red and Assiniboine rivers in downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba.
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Regina became its headquarters. Regina became its headquarters. Today, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP or “the Mounties”) are the national police force and one of Canada’s best-known symbols.
Canadian forts offer a glimpse into the past, built over the last two centuries to defend the young country. Nowadays they stand as a testament to the history of Canada and offer visitors a chance to go back in time.
Many of these historic forts have been rebuilt time and time again, in order to [ ]. The Hudson's Bay Company built trading forts along Hudson's Bay at several river mouths where sailing ships could be anchored. The deep-water ports gave the British traders easy access to the richest fur country of all, and a great advantage over the French: Big ocean-going ships could sail directly between Britain and Hudson's Bay, bringing in.
Fort Senneville may seem like an unknown, lost and isolated fort, but in its heydays, it was part of an elaborate communications and defence system. With kind regards. René Chartrand (formerly Chief Curator, National Historic Sites, Parks Canada) PS – I wish you spell check would be set to UK/Canadian English rather than USA.
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This book explains the history of human fortifications, and is beautifully illustrated using photographs, plans, drawings and maps to explain why they were built. For Sale: An Abandoned, Decaying Fort on a Private Island a historian who literally wrote the book on the The relationship between United States and Great Britain—of which Canada .The forts of America varied in type from military posts, to fortresses established by fur trading companies, to private enterprises built solely to protect the pioneers within.
Most often when we think of forts, we imagine a high stockade type wall of sharpened logs that surround a number of these walls were hardy pioneers and soldiers, valiantly defending themselves from.Several British/Canadian coastal defense forts and batteries are located here.
Fort McNab () and Strawberry Hill Battery () are located near the south-central area. Fort Hugonin (/93) is located in the north-center.
Fort Ives () is located on the northern tip of the island.