Canadian History Dictionary Lambert Captain
(General Brock era) Commander of Iphigenie, and subsequently of...
(Tilley era) Sir Leonard Tilley's great-grandfather, 1; a
Loudon James 1841- Born In Toronto Educated At Upper Canada
College and Toronto University, graduating 1862. Appointed to t...
Tucker R G
(Lord Sydenham era) Appointed provincial registrar, 332.
Tierra Noeva, de los Bocalaos, Tavola Prima, Del Mundo
(Sir James Douglas era) His relations with Captain Meares at No...
Des Rivieres Captain
(Wolfe / Montcalm era) Accompanies captured British officers to...
(Wolfe / Montcalm era) Battle at, 22.
(Samuel de Champlain era) Director of Company of New France, 17...
King's College New Brunswick
(Wilmot era) Charter granted by George IV,
1828, 49; endowed b...
Eldest son of Antoine Daniel, of Dieppe, and brother of
(Lord Sydenham era) Merchant, father of Sydenham, 4; adds "Poul...
Hume Joseph 1777-1855 Born At Montrose Scotland Studied
medicine; entered the service of the East India Company, 1797; ...
(John Graves Simcoe era) Little observed in Simcoe's time, so f...
Description de la Nouvelle France, ou sont remarquees
Van Egmond Anthony
Commander of the Upper Canadian rebels in 1837; a
native of Ho...
(General Brock era) Private of 41st, first man killed in War of...
Baby James 1762-1833 Born At Detroit Educated At Quebec Seminary
and in 1784 travelled in Europe. On his return the following ye...
(Bishop Laval era) Director of Jesuit college of La Fleche, 20....
Bib : Record Of The Proceedings Of The Halifax Fisheries Commission
Iberville Pierre Le Moyne Sieur D' 1661-1706 Third Son Of Charles
Le Moyne, Sieur de Longueuil. Entered the French navy, returning to
Canada in 1683. Three years later accompanied De Troyes in the
expedition against the English on Hudson Bay, and took part in the
capture of Moose Factory, Fort Rupert, and Albany. Returned to Quebec in
1687; and the following year was again on the bay. In 1689 captured the
Hampshire, and brought her to Quebec with her cargo of furs. In 1690
took part in the raid on Schenectady; and the same year captured Fort
Severn on Hudson Bay. In 1694 sailed to the bay with a French fleet, and
captured Fort Nelson. Two years later captured Pemaquid; and, sailing to
Newfoundland, captured St. John's and raided the villages along the
coast. In 1697 again sailed to Hudson Bay, defeated a superior fleet,
and recaptured Fort Nelson. The following year sailed from Brest in
command of an expedition to discover the mouth of the Mississippi and
plant a colony there, in both of which he was successful. The remaining
years of his life spent in building up the colony of Louisiana. =Index=:
(Count Frontenac era) Accompanies expedition to Hudson Bay, 206; joins war party against
Schenectady, 235; arrives from Hudson Bay with two captured vessels,
325; takes Fort Pemaquid, 331; exploits in Hudson Bay, 342-350; sails
for France, and returns with two French ships, 343; captures Fort
Nelson, 345; sails for France, 346; attacks English settlements in
Newfoundland, 346; takes St. John's, 347; in his ship Pelican
successfully engages three English vessels, 349; sails for France, 349.
(Bishop Laval era) Commands expedition against English in Hudson Bay, 204; his exploits
in Newfoundland and Hudson Bay, 232; subsequent services and death of,
233. =Bib.=: Reed, First Great Canadian; Parkman, Half Century of
Conflict; Laut, Conquest of the Great North-West; Colby, Canadian
Types of the Old Regime; Desmazures, Histoire du Chevalier
d'Iberville; Gayarre, History of Louisiana; Margry, Decouvertes des
Francais; Wallace, Louisiana under the French; Martin, History of
Louisiana; Bacqueville de la Potherie, Histoire de l'Amerique
Septentrionale; Jeremie, Relation du Detroit et de la Baye d'Hudson
(Bernard, Recueil de Voiages au Nord). See also bibliography at the
end of Reed's work.
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