Forts of Canada

Forts of Canada

Book - 1996
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Forts of Canada introduces kids to the different types of forts built across the country. Meet a fort ghost, find out how Aboriginal people built Canada's first forts and how a 14-year-old girl saved a fort from attack. Kids will learn about fort life by creating models of forts, making fort foods and playing games from the past. From Fort Rodd Hill in British Columbia to Signal Hill in Newfoundland, a chart and a map describing and locating all of Canada's forts make this book a valuable reference for school projects.
Publisher: Toronto : Kids Can Press, c1996.
ISBN: 9781550743166
Branch Call Number: J 355.70971 Owe
J/355/.7/0971/Owe 3588a4 1
Characteristics: 64 p. : ill., map.
Additional Contributors: Kilby, Don
Yealland, Jane


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