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(Sir James Douglas era) Hudson's Bay Company vessel, 183.
(John Graves Simcoe era) Commands 5th Regiment, his residence a...
Dunkin Christopher 1811-1881 Born In London England Educated At
the Universities of London and Glasgow. Emigrated to America; s...
Fundy Bay Of
Explored by De Monts and Champlain in 1604. Probably
(Samuel de Champlain era) Interpreter, 144.
Index : Louis Joseph Papineau Era Applies Name Of Chouayens To Those Who Would Not Follow
Papineau, 68; withdraws from Papineau's party, 117; denounced b...
Drummond Sir Gordon 1771-1854 Son Of Colin Drummond At One Time
deputy paymaster-general of the forces in Canada. Born at Quebe...
(Wolfe / Montcalm era) At mouth of Niagara River, 22; taken by ...
Norquay John 1841-1889 Born In St Andrews Manitoba After The
suppression of the Riel Rebellion, elected to the Assembly of M...
First seignior in New France. Mentioned at Quebec in
Presbyterian Theological College, established, 1844.
Quesnel Jules Maurice
(Sir James Douglas era) Accompanies Simon Fraser on voyage down...
Includes that part of the province known as northern and
Representation Bill 1853
(Lord Elgin era) Sir John Macdonald's view on, 132-133.
Galinee Rene De Brehant De
A member of a noble family of Brittany;
came to Canada in 1668...
Campbell Sir Colin 1776-1847 Served In India 1801-1804 And
afterwards in Denmark and the Peninsula; attached to Wellington...
Toronto Alliance Society
(William Lyon Mackenzie era) Sympathizes with Lower Canada, 327...
Meares John 1756-1809 Born In England Entered The Navy 1776 And
served against the French until 1783. Entered the merchant serv...
Chateaufort Marc Antoine Bras-de-fer De
(Count Frontenac era) Interim governor after
death of Champlai...
Bib : Campaign In The Illinois English Conquest Of The Country
North-West of the Ohio.
(Samuel de Champlain era) Superstitions of, 10, 12; council held to consider best
policy to adopt in dealing with them, 108-111; murders committed by,
115; their great esteem for Champlain, 159; difficulty of educating
their children, 233. (John Graves Simcoe era) Their general friendliness to Upper Canada
settlers, 62; their good conduct rewarded, 62; lands allotted to on
Grand River, 74; schools and churches provided for, 74; Simcoe's
estimate of, 75; engagements made with, faithfully kept, 76; their lands
encroached upon by Americans, 119; their defeat of expedition under St.
Clair, 121; great council of, 122, 124; failure of negotiations with
American commissioners, 123-125. (Wolfe / Montcalm era) Generally friendly to France, 17;
appearance of, on field of battle, 31; swell army of Montcalm at Fort
Carillon, 38; their habits in camp, 39; Christian Indians different from
the pagans, 39; attack British boats, 40; general meeting of, called by
Montcalm, 40-42; repulse British force on left bank of Montmorency, 129;
scalp the wounded after battle, 142; paid well for prisoners, but less
amount for scalps, 150; fly from battlefield, 202; form part of Levis's
army, 245; in battle of Ste. Foy, 265. (Sir Frederick Haldimand era) Their lands secured by
treaty, 12; allies of the French, 13, 16, 21; help Pouchot at Niagara,
25; Sir William Johnson's following of, 28, 29; irregular traffic with,
prohibited, 32, 54; fears of an uprising among, 55; impressed by
enlistment of French-Canadians under British flag, 57; in Florida, 66,
71, 73; Haldimand's treatment of, 91-93, 131, 145, 146, 147, 150, 153,
157, 258-259, 266, 347; uncertain allies, 126, 137, 170, 260; rebels try
to gain for France, 127-128, 134, 136, 279; indignant at terms of peace
between Britain and colonies, 256-257; American cruelty towards, 307.
(Count Frontenac era) Menacing attitude of, 17; defrauded by traders, 18, 154; not readily
receptive of Christian doctrine, 167. (Lord Dorchester era) Those with Burgoyne worse
than useless, 178; ignored in treaty of peace between Britain and
American colonies, 231; their lands invaded by frontiersmen, 233;
attacked by American troops, 234; trouble with western tribes, 249, 262,
276. (Bishop Laval era) Violent effects of intoxicating liquor upon, 36, 37; three of
the nations sue for peace, 53; conversion of, very precarious, 62;
difficult to civilize them, 63, 126; sincere devotion of many, 64. See
Abnaki; Algonquian; Cree; Creek; Delaware; Dene; Etchemin; Huron;
Illinois; Iroquois; Micmac; Ottawa; Tete de Boule. =Bib.=: Hodge,
Handbook of American Indians; Brinton, The American Race; Bancroft,
Native Races of the Pacific States; Catlin, Manners, Customs, and
Condition of the North American Indians; Drake, Aboriginal Races of
North America; Lafitau, Moeurs des Sauvages Ameriquains; Maclean,
Canadian Savage Folk; Morgan, Houses and House-Life of the American
Aborigines; Schoolcraft, Indian Tribes of the United States.
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