Postage Stamps and Postal History of Canada

Postage Stamps And Postal History Of Canada

The postal history of Canada falls into four major periods: French control (1604–1763), British control (1763–1841), colonial government control (1841–1867), and the Dominion of Canada, since 1867.

Read more about Postage Stamps And Postal History Of Canada:  Origins, French Control, British Control, Colonial Governments, Revenue Stamps

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