Canadian History Dictionary Monckton Robert 1726-1782 Born In England Served In Flanders
1742; sent to Nova Scotia, 1752, and appointed lieutenant-gover...
Capital of New Brunswick. Situated on the west bank of
Maitland Sir Peregrine 1777-1854 Born In Hampshire England
Entered the army, 1792. Served in Flanders, 1794-1798; in Spain...
Brebeuf Jean De 1593-1649 Born Of A Noble Family Of Normandy
Came to Canada, 1625; spent the winter of 1625-1626 among the
Index : Mackenzie / Selkirk / Simpson Era Red River Settlers Winter Near 153-155 See Also Port
Nelson. =Bib.=: Bryce, Hudson's Bay Company; Laut, Conquest of ...
(Wolfe / Montcalm era) In battle of the Plains, 257.
Ryswick Treaty Of
Concluded in 1697; brought peace between Great
Britain and Fra...
Port Aux Anglais
(Samuel de Champlain era) Louisbourg commonly known as, 236. Se...
Fonte Bartholomew De
His fictitious voyage of 1640 to the North-West
Coast was desc...
Cumberland William Augustus Duke Of 1721-1765 Second Son Of
George II. Commanded British armies in Flanders and Hanover. =I...
Versailles Treaty Of
Signed between Great Britain and the rebellious
(Sir John A Macdonald era) Bill brought in by Macdonald in 1882...
Simcoe John Graves 1752-1806 John Graves Simcoe Era Speaks In House Of Commons On
Constitutional Act, 7, 8; birth and family, 15; death of his fa...
Index : Lord Elgin Era Solicitor-general For Upper Canada In Macnab-morin
ministry, 141; judge of Seigniorial Court, 187. =Bib.=: Morgan,...
Van Egmond Anthony
Commander of the Upper Canadian rebels in 1837; a
native of Ho...
(Samuel de Champlain era) Mason, accompanies Robert Giffard to ...
Bedard Pierre Stanislas 1762-1829 Educated At The Seminary Of
Quebec; studied law, and appointed advocate, 1790. Elected for
Macdonell Lieutenant-colonel John
Born in Glengarry; son of
Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander Macdone...
(Wilmot era) Votes against address of New Brunswick Assembly, 4...
Drewe Rev Edward
(John Graves Simcoe era) Accompanies Simcoe as chaplain, 47.
Built by Alexander Hunter Murray of the Hudson's Bay
Company, at the mouth of Porcupine River in 1847. John Bell had
descended the Porcupine to its mouth in 1844. Although Fort Yukon was on
Russian territory, the Company maintained it until the sale of Alaska to
the United States, when they were summarily ejected, 1869. The Company
thereupon moved up the Porcupine to the Ramparts, where they built
Rampart House, then supposed to be on British territory, but proved to
be west of the boundary. The fort was moved twelve miles up the river,
and in 1890 was again moved to the eastward. =Index=: (Sir James Douglas era) Built by
Murray (not Bell) near mouth of Porcupine River, 125. =Bib.=: Murray,
Journal (Canadian Archives, 1910).
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