The History of Canada Review

“Updating the 2001 first edition’s contents, this new volume incorporates the first decade of the new millennium and, consequently, includes additional maps, photographs, biographies, and an updated time line... Of particular interest is a new 112-page appendix devoted to primary documents that reflect significant historical developments.”
-Library Journal

“[H]is eleven page glossary of major Canadian political figures is well done. The book provides an easy and enjoyable read.”
–The Canadian Historical Review

“[t]his a pleasure to read and I would not hesitate to recommend it as a good introduction to Canada's history.”
–British Journal of Canadian Studies

“The book can be summed up as factual, complete and correct....contains useful lists of people and dates, and it is well indexed. The bibliographic essay is concise. The book would fit well into a general collection of Canadian history.”
–Canadian Library Association/Feliciter

“[G]oes a considerable distance toward solving the textbook dilemma of U.S. Canadianists. See's book is a well-written, remarkably comprehensive, two hundred-page survey of Canada's history, crafted form an extensive reading of the most up-to-date secondary literature....The History of Canada will no doubt become an excellent classroom tool....[S]tudents will buy and perhaps even read it, because their teachers should assign it to them as a required text....Scott See has done a great service for those of us who earn our living teaching Americans about Canada.”
–The American Review of Canadian Studies

“...welcome addition in high schools with strong world history courses as additional help for research paper assignments. Recommended.”
–Blanche Woolls & David Loertscher (

“This title is recommended for school and college libraries.”
–American Reference Books Annual