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The Causes of Confederation in the 1860s Note-Taking Exercise

The Causes of Confederation in the 1860s Note-Taking Exercise
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In this note-taking exercise, students are required to explain how each of the issues listed below encouraged the British North American colonies to consider Confederation in the 1860s. The issues are: the American Civil War; American Expansionism; Fenian Raids; British Trade Policy; the End of Reciprocity with the United States; Railway Construction; and lastly, Changing British Attitudes. While this exercise is generic in nature and complements practically all texts dealing with the subject, it is based on the material from J. Bradley Cruxton and W. Douglas Wilson 's Flashback Canada, 4th Edition (2000).

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50 minutes
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