Canadian History Dictionary Miami Indians
A tribe of the Algonquian family, belonging chiefly to
Ridout Thomas G
(1792-1861). Born near Sorel. Removed with his
family to Niaga...
(Sir Frederick Haldimand era) Chaplain to 34th Regiment, forbid...
Situated in Grenville County, Ontario, and the scene
of an eng...
(Wolfe / Montcalm era) Killed in battle of Ste. Foy, 264.
Ashburton John Dunning First Baron 1731-1783 Index : Lord Dorchester Era
Opposes Quebec Act in House of Commons, 65. =Bib.=: Dict. Nat. ...
Bib : Bradley The Making Of Canada
Queen's Brigade French
(Wolfe / Montcalm era) In battle of Ste. Foy, 262.
One of the tribes of the Iroquois confederacy. Parkman gives
Named after Sir Alexander Mackenzie, who explored it
(Samuel de Champlain era) Accompanies Champlain to Quebec, 41; ...
Founded at Toronto, June 20, 1849, by Sandford
Fleming, and Ki...
(Wilmot era) Attorney-general, New Brunswick, 50.
(Sir Georges E. Cartier era) Confirms statements as to Cartier'...
(Sir Frederick Haldimand era) Sister of Sir Frederick Haldimand...
Leslie James 1802-1885 Born In Dundee Scotland Came To Canada
1820, settling first at Kingston, and afterwards at Toronto. A ...
Bib : Bryce Hudson's Bay Company
Raudot Antoine-denis 1679-1737 Son Of Jacques Raudot Filled The
office of inspector-general of the navy at Dunkirk, before comi...
(Sir Frederick Haldimand era) Haldimand's New York agent, 61, 7...
New Brunswick University Of
(Wilmot era) Established as provincial
university, 1859, 51; f...
Montcalm Louis Joseph Marquis De 1712-1759 Wolfe / Montcalm Era Seigneur De Saint
Veran, his appointment as commander-in-chief in New France, 1; his
friendship with Chevalier de Levis, 3; birth and descent of, 3;
education, 4; enters the army, 4; returns to Candiac, his birthplace, 5;
his marriage, 5; colonel of Auxerrois Regiment, 6; promoted to be
brigadier, 7; major-general with command of troops in North America, 7;
character of, 11; his expedition sails from Brest, 12; lands at Cap
Tourmente, 12; greatly interested in Quebec, 15; goes to Montreal to
meet Vaudreuil, 27; king's instructions made him subordinate to
Vaudreuil, 28; places troops of Fort Carillon under charge of Levis, 32;
goes to Fort Frontenac, 34; captures Oswego, 34; erects a cross in
commemoration of the event, 35; calls a general assembly of the Indian
warriors, 40-42; vainly endeavours to arrest massacre at Fort William
Henry, 50; destroys the fort, 51; reports to home government destitute
condition of country and army, 53; his victory at Fort Carillon, 54-61;
erects cross with Latin inscription, 61; inveterate hatred between him
and Vaudreuil, 62; returning to Quebec, finds nothing in readiness, 79;
summons meeting of naval men, 80; speaks of Vaudreuil as playing the
general, 83; promoted to rank of lieutenant-general, 84; sarcastic
entries in his journal, 87; makes manor of De Salaberry at Beauport his
headquarters, 94; his military prudence, 96; little confidence in
fireships, 98; prepares for an attack on Beauport side, 104; consults
Levis as to concentration of their forces, 106; not anxious to dislodge
British from left bank of Montmorency, 119; gains battle at the
Montmorency River, 138-141; accuses English of scalping, 150;
despondent, 151; letter to Bourlamaque, 157; rearranges his forces, 159;
thought cliff above Quebec inaccessible, 160; writes to Levis expressing
desire to have him near, 165; despondent but determined to hold out,
173; completely deceived by feint made by British at Beauport, 174; his
anxiety respecting boats bringing provisions, 175; learns that the
British have gained the heights, 187, 188; sends forward troops and
immediately follows, 188; orders all remaining troops forward, 190;
disregards Vaudreuil's request not to precipitate engagement, 193; his
action severely criticized, 193, 194; encourages his troops, 196;
mortally wounded, 201; consulted by Vaudreuil as to best course to
pursue, 212; carried into house of Dr. Arnoux, 218; his message to
Townshend, 219; death and burial, 220, 221; forgotten in France,
remembered and honoured in Canada, 239. (Louis Joseph Papineau era) Causes of his defeat at
Quebec, 143. (Sir Frederick Haldimand era) At Carillon, 18; unable to take advantage of victory
there, 22; destroys fort at Oswego, 25; a forged letter of, 49; his
memory green with Canadians, 122; referred to in D'Estaing's appeal,
123. =Bib.=: Doughty, Siege of Quebec; Wood, The Fight for Canada;
Parkman, Montcalm and Wolfe; Bradley, The Fight with France;
Bonnechose, Montcalm et le Canada Francais; Casgrain, Montcalm et
Levis; Martin, Le Marquis de Montcalm; Guerin, Montcalm;
Manuscrits de Levis, ed. by Casgrain, vols. 6 and 7.
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