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History of Canada

This is the history of Canada.

What does aboriginal mean? A native people.
Who were the metis? The children of French and native people.
Define transcontinental. Describing something that crosses a continent
What is a granary? a building used to store harvested grain.
Where did the aboriginal people come from? The aboriginals came from Asia.
Who settled in the eastern woodlands after the Ice Age first? What did they do? some aboriginal people, including Huron and Iroquois. They hunted, farmed, and fished.
Who lived in the west along the Pacific Ocean? What did they do? Other aboriginal people. They made canoes and fished in the river. They also hunted. These people used wood to build their houses.
Where did the Inuit live? What did they do? In the far north. No wood was used. they hunted caribou, seals, and whales.
Who were two explorers that came to soon to be Canada? Jacques Cartier, 1530. Samuel de Champlain, 1600s.
Jacques found what? Samuel Found what? St. Lawrence and Quebec.
In 1931 what happened to Canada? Britain granted Canada complete independence.
Created by: Smart Bulldog