Canadian History Dictionary Index : George Brown Era Comments On George Brown's Letter To Senator Simpson
249-250; had been supported by Globe in election contests, 250;...
(Samuel de Champlain era) Pamphlet against Jesuits, 153.
(Samuel de Champlain era) Director of Company of New France, 17...
Index : George Brown Era His Sketch Of Gordon Brown 245 Bib : Morgan Can
Men; Canadian Who's Who.
(General Brock era) Raised in Canada during war with Napoleon, ...
(George Brown Era) Of Upper Canada, doubled between 1842 and 18...
Marshall John George 1786-1880 Born In Nova Scotia Educated At
Halifax, and called to the bar, 1808. Represented Sydney in the...
On the St. Lawrence, north bank. (Count Frontenac era) Band of ...
Laval Henri De
(Bishop Laval era) His letter to his brother the bishop, 139; s...
See Company of New France.
Galt Sir Alexander Tilloch 1817-1893 Son Of John Galt Qv
Elected to the Legislature, 1849, for Sherbrooke. Dropped out o...
Milnes Sir Robert Shore 1746-1836 Born In England Entered The
army. In 1795 governor of the island of Martinique; in 1799 app...
(Sir Frederick Haldimand era) Formerly known as Fort Duquesne, ...
Brant Joseph 1742-1807 A Mohawk Indian Chief Whose Native Name
was Thayendanegea. Educated at an Indian school in Connecticut....
Came to Nova Scotia with Governor Cornwallis, 1749.
(Wolfe / Montcalm era) Takes soundings in the Traverse, 82.
John And Thomas
(Count Frontenac era) Vice-admiral's ship in Phipps's squadron,...
Caen Emery De
(Samuel de Champlain era) Nephew of Guillaume, 137; left in com...
Index : General Brock Era Becomes Colonel Of Glengarry Fencibles 180 Bib :
Lucas, Canadian War of 1812; Macdonell, Sketches Illustrating t...
(Samuel de Champlain era) Marries Anne Hebert, 113; death of, 1...
Of Algonquian stock. First mentioned in the Jesuit
Relation of 1660 as living south-west of Green Bay. They ranged
throughout the country between Lake Michigan and the Mississippi, and
down the west bank of that river as far as the Des Moines; and have been
described by Allouez, Marquette, Hennepin, Rasles, and other early
French explorers. Harassed on one side by the Sioux and Foxes, and on
the other by the Iroquois, their numbers were reduced from six or eight
thousand, at the end of the seventeenth century, to less than two
thousand about 1750. The murder of Pontiac by one of their warriors
brought upon them a war of extermination. To-day only a handful remain,
in Oklahoma. =Index=: (Count Frontenac era) Allies of the French against the Iroquois,
144. (Bishop Laval era) La Salle forms alliance with, 148. =Bib.=: Hodge, Handbook of
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