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How the Italians Created Canada: From Giovanni Caboto to the Cultural Renaissance

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From the moment explorer Giovanni Caboto stepped onto Canadian soil, Italians have left their footprints on Canadian history. In the 1700s, Italians including Alphonse and Henri de Tonti came to New France to trade with the Natives and settle the vast land. In the 1800s, Italian workers built the foundation for railways and highways into Canada's northern forests. Today, ...more
Hardcover, 240 pages
Published January 21st 2007 by Dragon Hill Publishing (first published January 2007)
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an extremely serious analysis of the contribution the Italians brought to the development of Canada.
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Josie Di Sciascio-Andrews has written four collections of poetry: "The Whispers of Stones",
"Sea Glass" , "The Red Accordion" and "Letters from the Singularity". Her new collection
"A Jar of Fireflies" will be published by Mosaic Press in October 2015.
Nature and one's place in it, as well as memory and social justice are her muse.
In 2013, Josie's poetry was shortlisted for Descant's Winston Co
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