Historical Thinking Concepts
The 1700s
Creating Canada
The 1800s
The War
100

Questions the importance of the event.

Historical Significance

100

Signed the Treaty of Utrecht

The French and the British

100

Three conferences leading to Canadian Confederacy

Charlottetown, Quebec and London

100

This group of people were deemed "a problem for growth and prosperity" 

First Nations

100

The first global war spanning from 1756-1763

The Seven Years' War

200

Questions why the event(s) happened.

Cause and Consequence

200

War taking place between July and December 1725 after the breaking of the Treaty of Portsmouth

Dummer's War

200

Transportation that connected Eastern Canada and British Columbia taking 4 years to build

The Canadian Pacific Railway

200

Merged the colonies of Upper and Lower Canada

The Act of Union

200
The last battle of the North American theatre of the Seven Years' War

The Battle of Signal Hill

300

Questions the flow of the event(s)

Continuity and Change

300

Treaty between the First Nations and British written only in English

Treaty of Portsmouth

300
The act leading to the creation of the Province of Manitoba

The Manitoba Act

300

The highest position of government at the time

The Crown

300

Campaign taking place after the expulsion of the Acadians and the battle of Fort Beausejour

Bay of Fundy Campaign
400

Considers the social, intellectual, cultural and emotional aspects of history

Historical Perspective

400
Took place after the King of Spain died

The Spanish Succession

400

Policy enforcing high tariffs on imported manufactured goods created by John A. Macdonald

The National Policy

400
Network of secret routes and safe houses used by slaves

Underground Railroad

400

The campaign resulting in the start of the French and Indian War.

Northeast Coast Campaign

500

The two concepts our assignment focused on

Historical Significance and Perspective

500

Fortress with a commercial district, residential district, military areas, etc.

Fortress of Louisbourg

500

 An Act to restrict and regulate Chinese immigration into Canada by placing a $50 head tax.

The Chinese Immigration Act


500

Act forcing First Nation males to take on a British name and leave their tribe

Gradual Civilization Act


500

Naval battle fought during the 7 Years' War

The Battle of Restigouche

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