Canadian History Dictionary Butterfield Major
(Lord Dorchester era) Surrenders post at Cedars to British forc...
Born in England. Came to Montreal, and engaged in the
Mackenzie William Lyon 1795-1861 William Lyon Mackenzie Era His Personality Goldwin
Smith on, 3; Dr. Harrison on, 4; W. J. Rattray on, 5, 6; first ...
Tasse Joseph 1848-1895 Born In Montreal Educated At Bourget
College. Chose journalism as his profession; in 1867 became edi...
Index : Lord Dorchester Era Commands German Troops 145 Joins Burgoyne At St Johns
147; his regret at Carleton's being superseded in military comm...
Christie David 1818-1880 Born In Edinburgh Scotland Educated At
Edinburgh High School. Came to Canada, 1833, and devoted himsel...
Kaministiquia Or Kaministikwia Fort
At mouth of river of same name,
north-west shore of Lake Super...
Chedabucto Now Known As Guysborough Nova Scotia Index : Count Frontenac Era
Frontenac arrives at, 232.
Haro Gonzalez Lopez De
(Sir James Douglas era) Finds Russian establishments, 38. =Bib....
Intendant of New France, 1675-1682. His
commission invested hi...
(General Brock era) Commands detachment of 41st Regiment at Bro...
Membertou Henry 1510?-1611 Micmac Sagamore Became A Convert To
Christianity in extreme old age. In 1604 De Monts and his band ...
Allouez Father Claude
Came to Quebec, 1657. Left for the West, 1665.
Laboured for tw...
(Samuel de Champlain era) Montagnais chief, 159.
(Samuel de Champlain era) Jesuit mission at, 235.
Entered the army as ensign, 1727; captain, 1742;
and major, 17...
Andros Sir Edmund 1637-1713 Appointed Governor Of New York 1674
governor of all the New England colonies, 1685. Recalled on acc...
Jacob Dr Of Salisbury Lord Sydenham Era Maternal Grandfather Of Sydenham 4
Turgiss Father Charles
(Samuel de Champlain era) Jesuit missionary at Miscou, 234. (Bi...
Harrison Robert Alexander 1833-1878 Studied Law And Appointed To
crown law department of Upper Canada, 1854. Retired, 1859, and ...
A confederacy, of Algonquian stock, occupying the
basin of the Delaware River. They were known to the British as
Delawares; to the French as Loups; and they called themselves, Lenape.
Early in the eighteenth century, the Iroquois brought them into
subjection. They crossed the mountains, and formed settlements in
eastern Ohio, about the middle of the century. The remnant of the
Delawares are now on reservations in Oklahoma, with a few hundred in
Canada. =Index=: (Sir Frederick Haldimand era) Bring prisoners from Wyoming, 149. =Bib.=: Hodge,
Handbook of American Indians.
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