The 1619 Project Reading Guide: Quotes, Key Terms, and Questions
Resource Overview: The 1619 Project, a special issue of The New York Times Magazine, marks the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the first enslaved Africans to Jamestown, Virginia with a series of essays, images, stories, and poems that challenge readers to reframe their understanding of U.S. history by considering 1619 as the start of this nation's story. Through over 30 visual and written pieces from historians, journalists, playwrights, poets, authors, and artists, the issue examines…
Learn how the environment plays a bigger role in our history than we think! 🍂
Feature stories include Canada's Year Without a Summer, the Early years of Parks Canada, The Sounds of Nature and Guardians of the Environment. Lesson plans include The Story of Wood: Discovering History in Art, Historic Hiking Trails and Survivor, Canada Style. PLUS register for your FREE Remembrance Day issue of Kayak!
Rebellions of 1837
Rebellion of 1837 Joseph Howe William Lyon Mackenzie Sir Francis Bond Head Battle of St. Denis Battle of St. Charles Montgomery's Tavern St. Eustache Samuel Lount Peter Matthews Lord Durham Patriotes Rébellions de 1837
Modern VS Traditional Life | Inuit Cultural Online Resource
The Ottawa Inuit Childrens Centre has expanded it's Website with this additional site featuring an introduction to Inuit culture. The site is primarily target to help school age children but anyone can benefit from what can be learned.
A Provincial Centre, 1793-1851 - History of Toronto - Virtual Exhibits | City of Toronto
A Provincial Centre, 1793-1851 - The History of Toronto: An 11,000-Year Journey - Virtual Exhibits | City of Toronto
Lessons from the War of 1812: A Six Nations Perspective
Richard Hill, (Six Nations Legacy Consortium at Grand River) reveals his research into the impact of the war on the various Six Nations communities at Grand ...
1812 Virtual Exhibition | 1812 Virtual Exhibition
Experience the War of 1812 on-line from the perspective of each of its major participants – Americans, the British, Canadians, including Canadian First Peoples, and Native Americans. Using historic objects and images, this virtual exhibition let's you draw your own conclusions and share your own perspective on a major historical event.