Canadian History Dictionary Marylanders
(Lord Dorchester era) Loyalists, commanded by Chalmers, 202.
Macnab Sir Allan Napier 1798-1862 Born At Newark Now Niagara
Ontario. On the American invasion of Canada joined the army in ...
(General Brock era) Agent of the Hudson's Bay Company, assists
Dunn John Henry
Came to Canada in 1820, from England.
Receiver-general and mem...
(Samuel de Champlain era) Clerk, appointed by Champlain as his ...
Argall Sir Samuel
Born in Walthamstow, England. A type of the
founders of Britis...
Richards Sir William Buell 1815-1889 Born In Brockville Ontario
Studied law and called to the bar of Upper Canada, 1837. Electe...
St Veran Marquise De
(Wolfe / Montcalm era) Mother of Montcalm, 3; her fortitude, 8;...
Bib : Mackenzie History Of The Fur-trade In His Voyages
Hendry's Journal (R. S. C., 1907); Cocking's Journal (R. S. C.,...
Charbonnel Armand Francois Marie De
Roman Catholic bishop of
Toronto, 1850-1860. Died, 1860. =Inde...
Index : Lord Elgin Era Returned In 1848 50 Attorney-general Of Upper Canada In
Hincks-Morin ministry, 113; elevated to the bench, 126; first
Laflamme Rodolphe 1827-1893 Born In Montreal Entered Public Life
as member for Jacques-Cartier in Dominion House, 1872; minister...
Bib : Lovell Gazetteer
(General Brock era) On Niagara River, battery at, 299, 300.
Dalling And Bulwer William Henry Lytton Earle Baron 1801-1872
British diplomatist. =Index=: (William Lyon Mackenzie era) On t...
(General Brock era) Succeeds in landing United States troops ab...
(Louis Joseph Papineau era) Name assumed by popular party in Lo...
Upper Canada Gazette Or American Oracle
(John Graves Simcoe era) First paper published in
Rebellion Of 1837 In Upper Canada
Almost the exact counterpart of the
revolt in the lower provin...
Beauharnois Charles Marquis De 1670-1749 Entered French Navy
1686, and rose to the rank of admiral in 1748. In 1726 appointe...
A community of Iroquois, chiefly drawn from the
Oneida and Mohawk, and speaking a modification of the Mohawk tongue.
Having been converted by the Jesuit missionaries, they were induced to
settle in 1668 at La Prairie, near Montreal. In 1676 they removed to
Sault St. Louis, and the majority have remained in that vicinity ever
since. About 1755 a new settlement was formed at St. Regis, farther up
the St. Lawrence. Many accompanied the fur traders to the west as
hunters. In the narratives of the fur trade they are referred to as
Iroquois. =Index=: (Sir Frederick Haldimand era) Their sympathies secured for Congress by
Jesuits, 130; village of, burned by Sir John Johnson, 156; their
disloyalty, 189. =Bib.=: Colden, Five Nations; Hodge, Handbook of
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