Canadian History Dictionary Baldoon Street
Built by Selkirk settlers, from Baldoon to Chatham on
(Lord Elgin era) Canadian and American systems compared,
A community of Iroquois, chiefly drawn from the
Oneida and Moh...
On the St. Lawrence, above Quebec. =Index=: (Wolfe / Montcalm e...
De Mille James 1833-1880 Born In New Brunswick Educated At Horton
Academy and at Brown University, Rhode Island. Subsequently pro...
Bouchette Joseph 1774-1841 Entered The Naval Service 1791 In
command of the forces on Lake Ontario; and served in the Royal ...
Social club at Toronto. =Index=: (George Brown Era) Founded dur...
(Lord Dorchester era) Introduction of, from France, prohibited,...
St John's River
(Bishop Laval era) Recollet mission on, 111.
Came to Nova Scotia as lieutenant-colonel of
Joined the army, 1753; took part in the expedition
Illinois And West
Carte des decouvertes de la Verenderye. Carte d'une
partie du ...
Index : Lord Dorchester Era Recognizes Arnold's Abilities 105 Ordered By Congress To
appoint commission for exchange of prisoners, 207; opposed to
Bib : Memoir Of Life Of Sydenham
On coast of British Columbia, near Alaskan boundary.
(Lord Dorchester era) Her action in the Nootka matter, 250. (Si...
(Baldwin / La Fontaine / Hincks era) Construction of, provided ...
Bib : Bryce Hudson's Bay Company Laut Conquest Of The Great
North-West. See also Iberville.
(Bishop Laval era) Archbishop of Rouen, desires ecclesiastical
Le Gardeur De Repentigny Jean Baptiste 1632-1709 Son Of Pierre Le
Gardeur (q.v.). His father brought him to Canada at the age of ...
Made four notable voyages: the first, in 1607, for the
Muscovy Company, in search of a north-eastern passage to China; the
second, in 1608, for the same Company, and in search of the same
passage; the third, in 1609, at the expense of the Dutch East India
Company, begun, like the two former, in search of a north-eastern
passage, but changed to a quest of a north-western passage; the fourth,
in 1610, in search of a north-western passage, the expense borne by
three English gentlemen. In his first voyage, explored the coast of
Spitzbergen; in the second, part of Nova Zembla; in the third, the
Hudson River; and in the last, Hudson Strait and part of the bay.
Wintered, 1610-1611, at the foot of James Bay, and on the return voyage
was set adrift with eight companions in a small boat, and never again
heard of. =Bib.=: Asher, Henry Hudson, the Navigator; Read,
Historical Enquiry concerning Henry Hudson; Laut, Conquest of the
Great North-West. See also bibliog. list in Asher.
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