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Great Lakes And Rugged Ground: Imagining Ontario

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Great Lakes And Rugged Ground Imagining

The author is Sarah N. Harvey / Leslie Buffam and it is published by Orca Book Publishers. This was released on the 1st of October, 2010. The book is 32 pages long. It's dimensions are 0.5" Height x 8.8" Length x 10.2" Width and weighs roughly 0.9 lbs.

Orca Book Publishers

ISBN: 1554691052
Author: Sarah N. Harvey / Leslie Buffam

Combining evocative haiku, informative text and luminous illustrations, Great Lakes and Rugged Ground is a celebration, for our youngest readers, of over 4 hundred years of Ontario's history. imagining-ontario. Each detail-rich illustration depicts a certain moment in the province's dynamic saga from initial European contact, the War of 1812, the creating of the railroad in addition to all the Rideau Canal, the early development from the industries that have produced the province the backbone from the national economy, through the emergence of a special Canadian cultural identity, the hardships of two World Wars and modern industrial improvement. For a lot more information, sample pages, classroom resources and more, visit the Great Lakes and Rugged Ground Website www. ca. Wonderful Lakes and Rugged Ground will give young readers a vivid sense of Ontario's rich history.


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