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Tidbits Not Doughnut Holes

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by W. M. Tremblay
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Tidbits Not Doughnut Holes by W. M. Tremblay

This is a fascinating collection of short pieces about Canadian firsts, ranging from Canada's first Potter's Field through technical developments and inventions like Sonar and the variable pitch aircraft propeller, to Canada's first female winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature. The collection is presented in chronological order from 33 to 2014 CE, which contributes a historical context to each innovation while maintaining a sense of the eclectic range of Canadian originality and achievement.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 135
Size: 443 KB
Publisher: Burnstown Publishing House
Date published:   2015
ISBN: 9781772570151 (DRM-EPUB)

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