DaCosta 400: A Celebration of Black Canadian Heritage, 1605-2005


Subject:
History By Place , Black Resources , Biographies & Famous People , General Black History Resources , Canada

Description:
Overview of the 400-year anniversary celebration (in 2005 through 2007) of people with African backgrounds living in Canada. "Mattheu Da Costa, thought to be the first Black man in Canada (Acadia), came to Canada with Samuel de Champlain," in 1605. Includes a timeline of Canadian black history, important events and personalities (such as Africville and black cowboys), education resources (including recipes), and more. In English and French.

Language:
English

Source:
http://www.dacosta400.ca


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