Patterns of Civilization

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Patterns of Civilization is a history textbook by Burton F. Beers.[1] It explores the history of European nations as well as their effect on North America and Asia. It was published in 1984; volume 1 contains 216 pages and volume 2, which is used as a grade 9 textbook, contains 210 pages.

Junior high textbook[edit]

Patterns of Civilization is often used as a standard Grade 8 textbook in Canada,[2] because it introduces students to European expansion, which leads to the topic of Canada as a developing colony in Grades 9 and on.

Notes and references[edit]

  1. https://www.amazon.com/World-History-Civilization-Burton-Beers/dp/0139678867, Amazon.com, World History - Patterns of Civilization, Retrieved February 7, 2011.
  2. http://www.sasked.gov.sk.ca/docs/tensoc/adminbul/key.html, Saskatchewarn Education, Key Classroom Materials, Key Resource List for History 20, Retrieved February 7, 2011.


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