The Road to Confederation, 1864 to 1867: Note-Taking Exercise

The Road to Confederation, 1864 to 1867: Note-Taking Exercise
The Road to Confederation, 1864 to 1867: Note-Taking Exercise
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In this assignment, students are required to write down the most significant events that took place during the conferences that led to the creation of Canada in 1867. These conferences include: The Charlottetown Conference,September 1-9, 1864; The Quebec Conference, October 10-27, 1864; and, The London Conference, December 1866 –March 1867. 12 Questions have been added to solidify your students' understanding of these events. While this assignment is generic in nature, an authoritative website has been included for quick and easy reference.

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The Road to Confederation, 1864 to 1867: Note-Taking Exercise
The Road to Confederation, 1864 to 1867: Note-Taking Exercise