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Price: $49.95

Paperback 748 pp.
8" x 10"



Publication date:
February 2006

Imprint: OUP Canada

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The Oxford Companion to Canadian History

Edited by Gerald Hallowell

This indispensable guide to Canadian history is comprehensive, authoritative, and - above all - companionable. It is the essential guide to the significant events, issues, institutions, people, and places that have shaped Canadian life from earliest times to the late twentieth century.

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Gerald Hallowell had a distinguished career as the acquistions editor in charge of Canadian history at University of Toronto PRess for 22 years. During his time at UTP, he published numerous award-winning books by virtually all of Canada's top historians, including one Governor-General's Award winner for non-fiction and five MacDonald Prize winners. He retired in June 2000.

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