paperback – $12.95
The author traces the contributions of Marco Polo, even the capture of Constantinople in 1453 paving the inspiration for explorers like John Cabot, Champlain, Cartier and others to lay the foundations of Canada. Of course, Canada begins in Newfoundland.
Pb; 166 pp. $12.95
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