CANADA’S HIS­TORY TOP SELL­ERS

Canada's History - - BOOKS -

1. Songs Upon the Rivers: The Buried His­tory of the French-Speak­ing Cana­di­ens and Métis, by Robert Fox­cur­ran, Michel Bouchard, and Sébastien Malette

2. The Lit­tle Third Re­ich on Lake Su­pe­rior: A His­tory of Cana­dian In­tern­ment Camp R, by Ernest Robert Zim­mer­mann

3. Hostages to For­tune: The United Em­pire Loy­al­ists and the Mak­ing of Canada, by Peter C. New­man

4. A World We Have Lost: Saskatchewan Be­fore 1905, by Bill Waiser

5. Scoundrels, Dream­ers & Sec­ond Sons: Bri­tish Re­mit­tance Men in the Cana­dian West, by Mark Zuehlke

6. The Vimy Trap: or, How We Learned to Love the Great War, by Ian McKay and Jamie Swift

7. The Banker and the Black­foot: A Mem­oir of My Grand­fa­ther in Chi­nook Coun­try, by J. Ed­ward Cham­ber­lin

8. The Prom­ise of Canada: 150 Years — Peo­ple and Ideas That Have Shaped Our Coun­try, by Char­lotte Gray

9. Sir John’s Table: The Culi­nary Life and Times of Canada’s First Prime Min­is­ter, by Linda Mechefske

10. Trudeau­ma­nia, by Paul Litt 11. Wen­jack, by Joseph Boy­den

12. All the Fine Young Ea­gles: In the Cock­pit with Canada’s Sec­ond World War Fighter Pi­lots, by David L. Bashow

13. Ar­chi­tec­ture on Ice: A His­tory of the Hockey Arena, by Howard Shu­bert

14. Trudeau­ma­nia: The Rise to Power of Pierre El­liot Trudeau, by Robert Wright

15. The Great Class War 1914– 1918, by Jac­ques R. Pauwels

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