Canadian History Dictionary St Malo
Seaport of France. =Index=: (Samuel de Champlain era) Merchants...
Red River Colony
Also known as the Red River Settlement; Selkirk
A Western confederacy, of Siksika stock. First
described in th...
(Samuel de Champlain era) Surgeon, early settler, 145.
Boucher De Grosbois Et De Boucherville Pierre 1622-1717 Came To
Canada in 1634 with his father; served as a soldier of the litt...
Newspaper published at Cobourg; established 1828. =Index=: (Geo...
North America, etc.
(Mackenzie / Selkirk / Simpson era) Chief factor, Hudson's Bay ...
Willis Michael 1799-1879 Born In Greenock Scotland Educated At
the University of Glasgow. A minister in Glasgow for a number o...
(Sir John A Macdonald era) Rights of American fishermen expire ...
(George Brown Era) Addresses Toronto Board of Trade on importan...
Gaillardin Claud J C
(1810-1880). (Count Frontenac era) French historian, referred
(Samuel de Champlain era) Marries Anne Hebert, 113; death of, 1...
(Count Frontenac era) His statements regarding Frontenac, 65.
Bib : Laut Conquest Of The Great North-west
Daly John Corry Wilson 1796-1878 Born In Liverpool England For
some time an assistant surgeon in the navy. Emigrated to the Un...
(Samuel de Champlain era) English vessel seized by French, 221....
(Wolfe / Montcalm era) French vessels retreat to, 152.
Howland Sir William Pearce 1811-1907 Born At Paulings New York
Came to Canada in 1830. Represented West York in the Legislatur...
(Count Frontenac era) Onondaga orator, 338.
Among the earliest magazines published in what is
now Canada were the Nova Scotia Magazine, Halifax, 1789; the Quebec
Magazine, Quebec, 1791-1793; L'Abeille Canadienne, Quebec, 1818-1819;
the Canadian Review, 1824-1826; the Bibliotheque Canadienne,
Montreal, 1825; Literary Garland, Montreal, 1838; Acadian Magazine,
Halifax, 1826; and the Revue Canadienne, 1845. There have been several
periodicals bearing the name of Canadian Magazine, the earliest
published at Montreal in 1823; a second published at Toronto in 1833;
another at Toronto, 1871; and the present periodical of the same name,
which dates from 1893. Of the earlier magazines, the Literary Garland
and the Revue Canadienne alone lived for any considerable time, the
former having been published for over thirteen years, and the latter
still survives. =Bib.=: Hopkins, Canada: An Ency., vol. 5.
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