5 edition of Explorations in Canadian Economic History found in the catalog.
by Univ of Ottawa Pr
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||330|
[Please take note tha t this book can be purchased at the Agora Booksto re an d Inte rnet C af J. Richards, "The Staples Debates", Explorations in Canadian Economic History, ed. by D. Cameron, Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, , pp. Shelves: canadian-history, environmental-history, economic-history A foundational text in Canadian History, in particular for the introduction of the staples thesis. This is an economic history of the fur trade that defines Canada's development as part of a process of finding primary goods (furs) for export to European markets/5(3).
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