Seven Years' War in Canada
Causes, Impacts, Historical Significance
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Noodle Tools: http://www.noodletools.com/
Start your research:
Open a Noodle Tools project for this assignment.
Use MLA Style and Junior Setting.
Remember to cite both information and images.
Find a variety of good-quality academic sources for your research.
A number of books on the Seven Years’ War are on reserve on the library cart.
(Cite these as a book in print format)
Start with the Encyclopedia of Canada article on the Seven Years’ War
World Book and Britannica articles focus more on the American and European perspective.
Cite this encyclopedia as a website since it is freely available online.
Canada in Context Library Database
Go to the Canada In Context (Gale) database on the library website. Search Seven Years’ War and read the topic overview. (see the orange bookmark for log in and passwords)
Search Seven Years' War on EBSCO Explora, then select sources published in Canada and magazines to find the article The War that Made Canada. (see the orange bookmark for log in and password)
Be sure to assess the credibility and reliability of websites as academic sources.
Try narrowing your search to government (.gc.ca) and focus on Canadian (.ca) sources.
Here are a few suggestions to get you started.
The Government of Canada, National Battlefields Commission website
The Government of Canada, National Battlefields Commission Interactive Video
The Canadian Military History Gateway website
The Canadian War Museum Website
You may find their page on the consequences of the Seven Years’ War helpful
Canadian Museum of History Virtual Museum of New France
Cite these sources as websites and remember to differentiate between the web page you are on, and the website. You will likely not find one author for these sites, so leave that blank.