Collection by Melody Stanton

The Trapper's Bride by Alfred Jacob Miller - In the and centuries, many British and French-Canadian fur traders married First Nations. Canadian Culture, Canadian History, American History, Jacob Miller, Native Art, Native American Indians, Native Americans, Wedding Painting, Thing 1

The Trapper's Bride by Alfred Jacob Miller - 1837. In the 18th and 19th centuries, many British and French-Canadian fur traders married First Nations and Inuit women, mainly First Nations Cree, Ojibwa, or Saulteaux. The majority of these fur traders were Scottish, French and Catholic. Therefore, their children, the Métis, were exposed to both the Catholic and indigenous belief systems, thus creating a new distinct aboriginal people in North America.

"Pale Face, My Skin Is Dark But My Heart Is White" Canada WWI propaganda poster depicting Moo-che-we-in-es, a Cree Chief who donated money to the Canadian Patriotic Fund. He was then used as propaganda opportunity for the Canadian government. Fosse Commune, Pub Vintage, Funny Vintage, Vintage Labels, Vintage Stuff, Vintage Travel, Vintage Magazine, Pale Face, Vintage Ads

Racist ad - "My skin is dark but my heart is white", the ultimate racist phrase on this ad portraying First Nations -apparently- willing to support Canadian Patriotic Fund.

"Discovering Canadian pioneers" provides the young reader with a detailed account of the hard but exciting lives led by pioneer settlers in century Upper Canada. Pioneer Book, Pioneer Day, Pioneer Life, Canadian Social Studies, Social Studies Curriculum, Canadian History, Canada, Family Genealogy, Home Learning

Discovering Canadian Pioneers

Trillium Listed! Discovering Canadian Pioneers gives an overview of what life was like for a typical pioneer family in Upper Canada. French version Je Decouvre les Pionniers du Canada available. Please contact Cheneliere Education (www.cheneliere.ca) for details.

1867 Confederation: The Dominion of Canada is created by uniting the provinces of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Canada. Canada East and Canada West are renamed Quebec and Ontario-a total of four provinces Ontario, British North America, Alaska, Westerns, World History, History Class, Teaching History, North West, Colombia

July 1st 1867: Canada's National Sovereignty: America's Plan to Annex and Invade Canada - Global Research

In the late 1920s, Washington formulated a top secret plan to invade Canada, entitled “Joint Army and Navy Basic War Plan — Red”. The plan was approved by the US War Department under the presidency of Herbert Hoover in 1930.

Let's Explore Canada: Find Canadian Provinces and More on a Map Social Studies Resources, Teacher Resources, Canadian History, Canadian Memes, Sixth Grade, Grade 2, Third Grade, Landforms And Bodies Of Water, Map Skills

The Christopher Mitchell shop on TeachersNotebook.com

The Christopher Mitchell shop on TeachersNotebook.com

The War of 1812 Canadian Edition. No disrespect meant to current US citizens. The vid was someone's highschool project so there is a pic of flag burning that I don't agree with, but the song is funny. Scarborough Ontario, Old Man Logan, I Am Canadian, In Harm's Way, War Of 1812, Close Encounters, Mountain Man, Wolverine, Social Studies

The War of 1812 Canadian Edition

This is a video I made for my grade 11 Social Studies class. I do not own any of the pictures or music in this video. The song is "The War of 1812" by Three ...