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Chapter 2: Factors that Drew the BNA Colonies Together

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Amanda Grande

on 25 October 2012

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Transcript of Chapter 2: Factors that Drew the BNA Colonies Together

Taking a closer look Chapter 2: Factors that Drew the BNA Colonies Together There were external and internal
factors that encouraged the
colonies to work with eachother
in BNA in the 1860s External Factors that threatened
the future of British North America 1. External Trade with
Britain and the United States A Transcontinental Railroad
Hit It Gordie! What's the Point of Building A Railroad? Promote Intercolonial Trade External Factors that threatened the
future of British North America 2. Defence Issues
Internal Factors that Caused the Colonies to Work Together Political Issues in the Canadas The Solution? So what?! George Brown George- Etienne Cartier John A. Macdonald: The Fighter "Had I but consented to take the popular side in Upper Canada, I could have ridden the Protestant horse much better than
George Brown, and could have had an overwhelming majority. But I willingly sacrificed my own popularity for the good of the country, and did equal justice to all men." - letter to a friend, Ottawa, Who Was Left out of the Political Discussions?
Women and First Nation Peoples Two Issues that Lead to Deadlock in the Canadas 1 2
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