Oct 3, 2021
In which we we discuss the officialization of the British North
America Act, its immediate impact, and much more as Canada takes on
its first kind of independent form! We also discuss photographer
William Notman as a case study for how culture is changing in the
new country. It's an episode of debates, dirty tricks, exclusions,
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- The British North America Act, 1867,
- Hayday, Matthew. “British North America Act.” The Oxford
Encyclopedia of the Modern World, Oxford University Press,
- Heidt, Daniel, editor. Reconsidering Canada: Canada’s
Founding Debates, 1864-1999, University of Calgary Press,
- Martin, Ged. Britain and the Origins of Canadian
Confederation, 1837-1867, UBC Press, 1995. https://www.deslibris.ca/ID/404058
- Silver, A. I. The French-Canadian Idea of Confederation,
1864-1900. University of Toronto Press, 1997, http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.3138/j.ctt1287sgt.
- Smith, Peter J. “The Ideological Origins of Canadian
Confederation.” Canadian Journal of Political Science / Revue
Canadienne De Science Politique, vol. 20, no. 1, 1987, pp.
3–29. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/3228803.
- Triggs, Stanley G.. "William Notman". The Canadian
Encyclopedia, 15 December 2015, Historica Canada.