This website when I read it made me feel like the author was leaning more on the anti-confederation side and liking this guy Joseph howes life because he tried to tell us how great this man was and how he leaded an anti-confederation movement, was born in Nova Scotia, how he was educated and self taught, past jobs, and how he was very, very,very influential . So this author clearly says a big not happening to confederation and a yes this guy. This author's main idea of this article, clearly was to communicate with the world the achievements jodeph Howe has accomplished and goals of Joseph Howe to show the path he wants to take for anyone willing to follow him. This author talked about how this person was educated, where they came from, what do they do, and which ‘side’ they are on. In this website the author has no proof that all this had happened except many people from that time may have known about the movement he had leaded back then. The author does not show any bias that I can find, it seems to me that the author lists only his achievements which is one sign and hasn't given any points on what he has done bad, if he has ever failed, and if he has any other things that would show that the author clearly did not like that man and only good things about his education also. This is a good secondary source because it give lots of information including past life till death and how they are educated and trained in their profession and it seems like they have done a lot of research into Joseph Howe’s life.
The websites I have looked at are not at all the same as the way this author describes in this website on how he/she feels about the way the First Nations people were treated by Canada. The author I found showed that he felt sorry that these people had to go through such horrible things by mentioning how that Canada in the past and now still haven't had kept their promises of land, money, and education. They had also talked about how they took children, from their families, put them in residential schools, dehumanized all of their people and got away with it. Canada also had left the First Nations out of confederation and had not consulted with the people before making huge decisions like forming a country. This author told us that this was a negative decision, that Canada made and had clearly did not make a lot of people jumping for joy happy. The main idea they tried to communicate to us was that they focused mostly on the bad and what Canada hadn't done and not on what aboriginals had gone through. The author hadn't used any proof but from the facts from history and stories from everyone we all sadly now it's true. The author shows a little bias when they keep putting Canada on the spot and saying you didn't do this and you didn't do that, so I think that they showed some bias towards Canada. This would be a good secondary source to read because it gives you true and many facts on what had happened and what most people didn't like about confederation and what had happened at that time to many people.
In this article is sounds like the author is feeling bad for these women who were left out of doing important things that men are allowed to do, and it sounds like they think it is unfair the world decided to do that. The author answered the question by saying that the women think that confederation was a negative and that they couldn't participate and men had brought them around for show, for dances, and celebration. They are trying to communicate that the world back then was putting women down and not letting them do anything and they wanted to show everyone that women have a perspective and that they notice they are not being treated equally and fairly. The evidence the author uses is, the diaries from women long ago and still women even today are still not being treated equally and being thrown to the bottom below everyone else. This author shows lots of bias to the world actually to show that everyone is treating women differently and because of that they are trying to show the consequences, which are that now women themselves are putting themselves down and not believing in themselves thinking everyone is better and there is no hope in trying to show the world they are better and capable of doing things. So this is a good secondary source to use while researching because it gives you even more perspectives of many different groups of people, including what women were feeling, what they thought, different ways they had gotten the information and the proof of these things happening long ago and even now. That is why this would be a good secondary source article.