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A History of Canada in Ten Maps The Sweeping, Epic Story Of The Mysterious Land That Came To Be Called Canada Like It S Never Been Told Before Every Map Tells A Story And Every Map Has A Purpose It Invites Us To Go Somewhere We Ve Never Been It S An Account Of What We Know, But Also A Trace Of What We Long For Ten Maps Conjures The World As It Appeared To Those Who Were Called Upon To Map It What Would The New World Look Like To Wandering Vikings, Who Thought They Had Drifted Into A Land Of Mythical Creatures, Or Samuel De Champlain, Who Had No Idea Of The Vastness Of The Landmass Just Beyond The Treeline Adam Shoalts, One Of Canada S Foremost Explorers, Tells The Stories Behind These Centuries Old Maps, And How They Came To Shape What Became Canada It S A Story That Will Surprise Readers, And Reveal The Canada We Never Knew Was Hidden It Brings To Life The Characters And The Bloody Disputes That Forged Our History, By Showing Us What The World Looked Like Before It Entered The History Books Combining Storytelling, Cartography, Geography, Archaeology And Of Course History, This Book Shows Us Canada In A Way We Ve Never Seen It Before.


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10 thoughts on “A History of Canada in Ten Maps

  1. says:

    This is definitely not a historical or an adventure novel But the author succeeded in showing this immense country s history through the eyes of those who mapped it, the adventurers who wanted to see beyond the trees near its natural borders The book goes back as far as modern knowledge allows it, that is


  2. says:

    For starters, this isn t really a book about maps So put aside notions of a boring tome of cartography Sure, there are maps here, but they feel like an organizing principle than the topic of discussion.What is that discussion The dramatic, heroic, foolhardy, bloody, frozen, and inspired exploration of Canada How


  3. says:

    So this is a proof copy from the publisher via NetGalley tanks , and I have to just put it out there that I didn t actually see any maps in this version I don t know if that s by design or simply that they hadn t been set into the book at the type this version was exported It seems a little silly to me that a book called


  4. says:

    I enjoyed this throughout though it kind of also missed out on what it said it would be The stories presented about the explorers and voyageurs were well worth the space on the paper, but throughout the entire book the maps were of a secondary thought This could have been A History of Canada in Ten Episodes and the difference w


  5. says:

    This book is a fantastic read The author really took the time to research this book and get all the facts I found that he had a fantastic way of writing that really showed his passion and really added additional fuel to my passion for Canadian history I had the opportunity to meet the author at a book signing where he talked about his t


  6. says:

    I heard the author speak at a Rotary Conference in Collingwood not having read his first book, wasn t sure what to expect, but his talk was very entertaining and funny so I bought his book afterwards I was lucky to get a copy as the bookseller at the event quickly sold out I ve read a lot of Canadian history much of it boring, some of it intere


  7. says:

    I received a copy of this in a Goodreads giveaway.This book is a history of Canada from approximately 1000 A.D to the mid 1800s, told through the lens of various explorers and map makers.Each chapter focuses on a different explorer and mapmaker, some well known, like Samuel de Champlain and Alexander Mackenzie, some not as well known, like Jacques Nico


  8. says:

    This work of popular history by a young man who is a modern explorer himself is understandably chiefly centred around exploration maps of territory now within Canada s boundaries It has a fairly informal tone, but full scholarly apparatus I enjoyed the thoughtful preface and afterword material, and the summaries of the exploits of various famous explorers were


  9. says:

    A well researched compilation of both acclaimed and lesser known explorers and moments in the history of Canada Or rather, Canada before it became Canada I found it to be a fun read, and I appreciate the author s ability to capture this eclectic collection of events As mentioned by another review, the chapter on the War of 1812 seemed somewhat out of place amongst the


  10. says:

    This was a really neat read In each chapter, Shoalts looks at a different pre confederation map of Canada, and the conditions under which it was created The maps range from Leif Erikson s first map of Vinland to the maps of the Arctic produced by the Franklin expedition, so there s a wide range of material drawn from With each map, Shoalts takes time to present the cultural a


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