Digging Canadian History
Written by Rebecca L. Grambo.
Published by Whitecap Books, 2006.
|Discover the exciting stories of Canadian history. What happened
at Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump and how did it get its name? Where could you
find oranges growing in Nova Scotia in the early 1800s? Digging Canadian
History answers these questions and more. Revealing some of our
nations coolest historic treasures and eventsfrom a sunken
steamboat to the discovery of a frozen manthis cross-country
investigation visits every province and territory, stopping at places such as
Red Bay, Labrador and the Fall Caribou Crossing on the Kazan River, in Nunavut.
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Intended for ages 7 to 11.
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