FINAL EXAM RESOURCE
ON THIS DAY
FIRST NATIONS HISTORY
CANADA'S FIRST NATIONS: A tutorial from the University of Calgary.
STORYTELLING: THE ART OF KNOWLEDGE -- A comparative exhibit from the Museum of Canadian Civilization.
ABORIGINAL CANADA PORTAL -- A partnership between the Canadian government and various native organizations.
FIRST NATIONS: ISSUES OF CONSEQUENCE -- A North American gateway focusing upon contemporary issues within an historical context.
b) PARTICULAR TRIBES AND REGIONS
BEOTHUKS: A short summary by Dr. Ralph Pastore of Memorial University.
BEOTHUK HISTORY: A short summary.
MICMAC HISTORY: A concise text-based overview.
MI'KMAQ PORTRAITS COLLECTION: Nova Scotia Museum's database of portraits and illustrations in various media.
MICMAC LITERATURE: A sample of Micmac folklore.
INNU NATION LITERATURE: A sample of Innu folklore.
ALGONQUIN HISTORY: A concise text-based overview.
HURON HISTORY: A concise text-based overview.
SEVEN GENERATIONS OF THE NATION'S CAPITAL: A history of aboriginal culture and civilization in the Ottawa-Carleton region.
IROQUOIS HISTORY: A text-based site that focuses upon the post-Contact era.
OTTAWA HISTORY: A text-based site that provides a short introduction.
NIPISSING HISTORY: A text-based site that offers a brief overview.
SOUTHWESTERN ONTARIO: The First 11,000 Years.
: An exhibit about Plains Culture from the Museum of Canadian Civilization.
PROVINCIAL MUSEUM OF ALBERTA: An exhibit about the province's pre-history.
CHIEF'S RATTLE: The Haida story of the Chief's Rattle -- part of a web-site on World Myths and Legends from the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
GRAND HALL OF THE MUSEUM OF CANADIAN CIVILIZATION : A museum exhibit that focuses upon the cultures of the Northwest Coast.
GIFTING AND FEASTING IN THE NORTHWEST COAST POTLATCH: A virtual exhibit from Harvard's Peabody Museum.
: LOST VISIONS, FORGOTTEN DREAMS -- LIFE AND ART OF AN ANCIENT ARCTIC PEOPLE : An exhibit that features stone carvings from the Canadian Museum of Civilization.
PLACES OF POWER: OBJECTS OF VENERATION IN THE CANADIAN ARCTIC : A historically-rooted exhibit from the Canadian Museum of Civilization.
LIVING TRADITIONS: Museums honour the North American Indigenous Games
STONES UNTURNED: An exhibit of different native group's historical clothing, toys, and musical instruments.
EARLY NATIVE-EUROPEAN INTERACTION
STRANGERS, PARTNERS, NEIGHBOURS?: The Helluland Project and evidence of early Norse-Native relations.
PATHFINDERS AND PASSAGEWAYS: A comprehensive site on exploration from the National Library of Canada.
: Highlights the activities of several explorers who sailed the Northwest Passage.
EXPEDITION THROUGH THE NORTHWEST PASSAGE: A contemporary photo-essay that illustrates the hardships that faced early Arctic explorers.
JOURNEYS OF SAMUEL HEARNE (1768-1772)
FORT FRONTENAC: The history of the French fort, founded in 1673, that was the future site of Kingston, Ontario.
STRUGGLE FOR EMPIRE
LOUISBURG INSTITUTE: The official research site for the Fortress of Louisburg.
: A virtual exhibit from the Louisburg Institute.
REMEMBERING BLACK LOYALISTS: A virtual exhibit from the Nova Scotia Museum
WAR OF 1812
VISUAL DIARY OF ELIZABETH SIMCOE: A Journey Through Upper and Lower Canada. The diary and artwork of Elizabeth Simcoe, who traveled through the Canadas in the early 1790s.
THE ILLUSTRATING TRAVELER: ADVENTURE AND ILLUSTRATION IN NORTH AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN, 1760-1895: A comparative study of travel journals in the Canadas, the United States and Mexico -- derived from a Yale museum exhibit.
UNDERGROUND RAILROAD YEARS: Canada In An International Arena.
BENJAMIN DREW: TESTIMONY OF THE CANADIAN FUGITIVES : A primary document from around 1850 that offers the stories of six fugitive slaves who reached Canada.
UPPER CANADA VILLAGE: A living history museum in Morrisburg, Ontario that portrays life in the mid-nineteenth century.
ALL ABOARD TORONTO: A history of the city from the Toronto Public Library.
: A web-site that accompanies a three-hour CTV documentary outlining the history of Canada's largest city.
MARITIMES TO CONFEDERATION
FRANKLIN TRAIL: An archaeology web-site devoted to the history, culture, geography, and environment of the Canadian Arctic.
GEORGE BACK: The sketches, drawings, and writings of an explorer who charted the Arctic region between 1818 and 1837.
: A site which focuses on the post-Confederation settlement of the Prairies but also includes pre-Confederation background.
BRITISH COLUMBIA HISTORY
THE AMAZING TIME MACHINE: A B.C. Archives site designed for children but well worth visiting.
NOVA SCOTIAN SEPARATISM: A brief description of Joseph Howe's strong opposition to the Confederation.
ART AND IMAGES
CORNELIUS KRIEGHOFF (1815-1872): The famous painter who specialized in scenes of early Quebec life.
: A site devoted to the Western painter that is coordinated with a documentary film.
PAUL KANE: A SKETCHBOOK : An introduction to the life and travels of the nineteenth-century painter.
NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF CANADA PHOTO DATABASE: This provides access to some 10,000 digitized images on-line as well as hundreds of thousands of descriptions of photographs.
: A searchable data-base of more than 500 engravings from the National Library of Canada.
: VIRTUAL STOREHOUSE OF THE CANADIAN MUSEUM OF CIVILIZATION: A sampling of historical artifacts in the museum's collections.
: A virtual exhibit from the National Library of Canada.
THE MUSEUM OF CANADIAN CIVILIZATION: The home page for this national treasure.
CANADA HALL: An overview of early Canadian history as presented at the Canadian Museum of Civilization.
CANADIAN HISTORY ON THE WEB: A gateway maintained by Dr. Susan Neylan at Wilfred Laurier University.
CANADA: A PEOPLE'S HISTORY -- The web-site that accompanies the CBC series.
: The home page for the Canadian Museum of Civilization.
: Designed as a comprehensive introduction to Canadian history, this site is still in the process of construction.
CANADIAN SOCIAL STUDIES SUPER SITE: A site maintained by Dr. Joe Kirman at the University of Alberta.
: History resources from the National Library of Canada.
HISTORICAL ATLAS OF CANADA PROJECT: A web-site designed to supplement the multi-volume series from the University of Toronto.
LIVING MEMORY: A major exhibit from the National Archives of Canada.
KEYS TO HISTORY: A series of virtual exhibits from a Montreal-based museum.
MUSEE DE LA CIVILISATION: The web-site for the Quebec City-based museum.
WWW-VL HISTORY: CANADIAN HISTORY -- A gateway to an extensive series of links.
CANADA IN THE MAKING: A resource that draws heavily upon the Early Canadiana Online collection of primary historical documents.
TEACHING CANADA RESOURCES: A small series of links from the University of Maine.
DR. BARRY MOODY'S HISTORY 2343 COURSE AT ACADIA (Maritime Provinces to 1867)
ROBIN MATTHEWS HOMEPAGE: A professor of Canadian Studies at SFU and Carleton.
CANADIAN ARCHIVAL RESOURCES ON THE INTERNET: A gateway to primary archival documents maintained by Cheryl Avery at the University of Saskatchewan Archives and Steve Billinton at the Archives of Ontario.
POSSIBLE ORIGINS TEXTBOOK COMPANION WEB-SITE
ORIGINS: A site scheduled to have chapter notes, exam questions, lecture notes and extra materials for the Origins text. Although this site is designed to be coordinated with a forthcoming new edition of the textbook, it will be a valuable resource for all students if it is ready before the completion of History 111.