Choose and document three primary sources that depict historically significant events in Canadian history prior to 1774: – Select three different primary sources, each linked to a different historical event – Identify who produced the source (context) – Document the source information (URL/citation information) for each source – Briefly explain the historical perspective at the time the source was created (What was the context? How were people viewing this event at the time?) Summarize your conclusions in paragraphs. Analyze and interpret the information provided in your primary sources, using the primary-source analysis process outlined and practised in the first five lessons. (As you examine these primary sources, consider these questions: Who created this source and when? What other sources would help you understand the event more fully? What is the context (background) for these sources? What else was happening at the time? What was the purpose in creating these records? What other questions do you have now about these events? What other perspectives might be considered? What other sources might you need?) Based on your analysis, formulate conclusions or judgments regarding the historical significance of the events or people depicted. Write a paragraph (one for each source selected) in which you summarize your analysis, interpretation, and conclusions about each of your three primary sources.