The Loxleys and Confederation

The Loxleys and Confederation
50 years of peace have been enjoyed since the American invasion of 1812, and The Loxley family has grown and prospered alongside the British North American colonies. Now, threats from America once again place the Canadas in grave danger.
Join George Loxley, his daughter Ruth and granddaughter Lillian, as they are swept up in the events that lead to the forming of the second largest country in the world.

This historically accurate follow up to the award winning, Canadian bestseller The Loxleys and the War of 1812, tells the story of Confederation through a graphic novel story written by 2014 Pierre Berton award winner Mark Zuehlke, Alexander Finbow and Niigaanwewidam Sinclair, beautifully illustrated by Canadian artists Claude St. Aubin and Christopher Chuckry and lettering designed by Todd Klein.

The book also features Lillian’s diary entries as she travels across Canada experiencing the events leading to Confederation.

Author: Mark Zuehlke, Alexander Finbow, Claude St. Aubin, Niigaanwewidam Sinclair

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