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Canada's First Warriors

Type: Interactive ResourceDocument

A slide show presentation of Native American dress from the 16th to mid-18th century.

Site: National Defence

Encounter With the Vikings

Type: Interactive ResourceDocument

A slide show presentation describing pre-10th Century Viking longboats, their voyage to the east coast of North America, and the establishment of a Viking settlement at present day l'Anse-aux-Meadows, Newfoundland.

Site: National Defence

Changing Boundaries 1756-1871

Type: Interactive Resource

Series of five maps illustrate the shifting boundaries of European land claims in North America from 1756 to 1871.

Site: National Defence

Explorations of Martin Frobisher

Type: Interactive Resource

Follow the voyages of Martin Frobisher in 1576-1578 as he searches for gold and the Northwest Passage to Asia.

Site: National Defence

Voyages of Jacques Cartier

Type: Interactive ResourceDocument

A slide show presentation featuring the three voyages of Jacques Cartier. The first deals with navigational equipment and people on his crew. The second deals with artillery and the Natives he met. The last focuses on weapons and armour.

Site: National Defence

British Invasion Plan - Conquering New France

Type: Interactive Resource

Major General John Campbell, Commander-in-Chief of the British forces in North America, 1756-1757, was a talented strategist. This site outlines his impressive plan to invade New France.

Site: National Defence

Changes in Weapons

Type: Interactive Resource

Illustrations and descriptions of various British, French and American firearms used in North America from the 16th century till the end of the 19th century.

Site: National Defence

Peacekeeping Operations

Type: Interactive Resource

Series of maps illustrate Canadian peacekeeping missions throughout the world from 1948 to present day.

Site: National Defence