1 edition of Northern Quebec. by J.E. Gilbert and R.Bergeron. found in the catalog.
Northern Quebec. by J.E. Gilbert and R.Bergeron.
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First published in , this book offers a brief history of Quebec and the idea of a Quebec nation from to the time of story is told through conversations between journalist Gilles Gougeon and seven noted Quebec historians. At a time when many Quebec nationalists continue to believe that they are close to achieving the goal of sovereignty that they have sought for more. History Québec has had a tumultuous history and, by Canadian standards, a very long and complicated one. At the time of European exploration, the entire region was fully settled and controlled by various Aboriginal groups, all of whom are resident today, including the Mohawks along the St Lawrence River, the Cree above them, the Innu still further north and east, and the Inuit in the remote.
Since we have similar threads listing books set in Quebec, I'm going to combine them, unless somebody objects. Edit: I copied all three of the posts from the Quebec thread I started into the one Janice started, so no one's post gets deleted. This fully revised edition of A Short History of Quebec includes expanded coverage of Quebec's political history, consideration of recent historiographical interpretations, updated tables and bibliography, a chronology, and new a new chapter on contemporary Quebec, the book examines the referendum, discusses the ideological shifts and societal changes in Quebec under the 4/5(1).
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