Canadian History Dictionary Fort Conolly
In northern British Columbia. =Index=: (Sir James Douglas era) ...
Kaministiquia Or Kaministikwia Fort
At mouth of river of same name,
north-west shore of Lake Super...
Company Of De Caen
Organized by William de Caen and his nephew Emery,
Newspaper, published by William Lyon Mackenzie.
(Samuel de Champlain era) Jesuit, in charge of mission at Misco...
Bib : Works: Vie De Laval Henri De Bernieres Le Docteur
Labrie; Quebec en 1730; Mgr. de Saint-Vallier et son Temps;
Hind Henry Youle
Born in Nottingham, England, 1823. Travelled in
Mexico, 1846. ...
(Count Frontenac era) Agent of Governor Perrot at Montreal, 97....
(Count Frontenac era) Name given to Company of New France after...
(Count Frontenac era) Name given to trading Company formed by i...
(Baldwin / La Fontaine / Hincks era) Victim of election frauds ...
Saunders John Simcoe 1795-1878 Born In Fredericton New Brunswick
Went to England; educated at Oxford University. Called to the b...
Former name of the town of Ogdensburg. =Index=: (Lord Dorcheste...
Clark George Rogers 1752-1818 American Frontier Leader Index :
(Sir Frederick Haldimand era) Rebel leader, his cruel treatment...
Commence in New Mexico, and extend north to the
Arctic coast, ...
Murray Colonel John
(Wilmot era) Massachusetts Loyalist, 4.
Went to Astoria on the Beaver in 1811-1812 as an employee
Kendrick Captain John
American seaman. Trading on North-West Coast,
Newspaper, published at Toronto. =Index=: (George Brown Era) Fo...
Born in Water Leven, Dumbartonshire, Scotland. Joined the
Dorion Sir Antoine Aime 1818-1891 Educated At Nicolet College
Studied law, and called to the bar of Lower Canada, 1842. Represented
Montreal in Legislature, 1854-1861. Formed administration with George
Brown, 1858. Defeated by Cartier in Montreal, 1861. Provincial secretary
in Sandfield Macdonald-Sicotte government, 1862. Succeeded Sicotte as
attorney-general, 1863. Minister of justice in Mackenzie government,
1873-1874. Chief-justice of Quebec, 1874-1891. =Index=: (Sir John A Macdonald era) Opposes
political domination of the priesthood, 45-46; leader of the Rouge
party in Quebec, 64, 102; opposes Confederation, 115, 118, 142; moves
amendment on Intercolonial route, 152; refuses to act upon Pacific
Scandal Commission, 205. (Sir Georges E. Cartier era) Liberal leader, and disciple of Papineau,
25; his followers, and their revolutionary programme, 26; accepts policy
of representation by population, 28; his radicalism keeps him in
opposition, 29; offered seat in administration of 1858 by Cartier, and
declines, 106-107. (Lord Elgin era) Signs Annexation Manifesto, 81; member of the
Parti Rouge, 108; becomes less radical in his views, 134. (George Brown Era) Leader
of the Rouges--his character--friendly relations with George Brown,
80-81; consulted by Brown as to forming ministry, 101; enters his
government, 102, 105, 106; his part in converting George Brown to
Confederation, 132; moves resolution favouring union of the Canadas in
1856, 132; pledged to settlement of question, 132; opposed to coalition,
160; his speech against Confederation, 175-178, 207; his motion for
adjournment defeated, 185; opposed to Brown entering coalition ministry,
199. =Bib.=: Taylor, Brit. Am.; Dent, Can. Por. and Last Forty
Years; Willison, Sir Wilfrid Laurier and the Liberal Party.
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