4 edition of Upper Canada in the 1830"s found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||general editor, Virginia R. Robeson ; project team, Patrick Douglas ... [et al.].|
|Series||Documents in Canadian history, Curriculum series - Ontario Institute for Studies in Education ; 22, Curriculum series (Ontario Institute for Studies in Education) ;, 22.|
|Contributions||Robeson, Virginia R., Douglas, Patrick.|
|LC Classifications||F1032 .U59|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 112 p. :|
|Number of Pages||112|
|LC Control Number||77375875|
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The origins of [he asylum in Upper Canada. Towards an in~erpre~a~ion Saturday, the 22nd of August, dawned "dull and unpromising". in Toronto. By the time the procession was ready to move off from old government house shortly after three o'clock in the afternoon, however, as the British Colonist recorded, "the sun's gladdening.
J.K. Johnson () was a professor emeritus of history at Carleton University and the author of In Duty Bound: Men, Women, and the State in Upper Canada, Bibliographic information Title. Upper Canada (Ontario) Transportation The new arrangement of the UPPER CANADA Line of Stages and Steam Boats has now been some weeks in operation, and the additional convenience which is thereby afforded to the man of business and the traveler, is the theme of general remark.
Attention: This site does not support the current version of your web get the best possible experience using our website we recommend that you upgrade to a. Upper and Lower Canada were formed by the Constitutional Act of in response to the wave of United Empire Loyalists moving north from the United States into the French-speaking province of Quebec following the American Revolution ().The result was the division of the old Province of Quebec into two colonies, Lower Canada to the east and Upper Canada to the West.
The Bathurst District is created out of the Johnstown District; the Simcoe District is created out of the Midland District. Peter Robinson emigrants from Ireland begin to settle in Lanark and Peterborough counties.
The Canada (land) Company is incorporated to colonize the Huron tract and Crown Reserve lands. Controversy rages over equal status of the Church of.
Jim Spencer of Ottawa has kindly provided us with a copy of an account of her life, as told by his ggggrandmother. It was originally published inand is interesting for the window it provides us with on life in the early s in Ontario, particularly Lanark and Perth.
Upper Canada newspapers contain a wealth of information on the lives of early settlers. Many of the notices I have indexed here are being published for the first time. CROMWELL SAMUEL, ELIZABETHTOWN, LOST MEMORANDUM BOOK.
CROMWELL WILLIAM, OF NORWICH MILLS, OX COWS WANTED. CRONK ABRAHAM JR. OF SOPHIASBURGH, FARM FOR. Collected from published, archival, and private sources, these letters place the Petworth immigrants in the context of their times and challenge the image of English immigrants Reviews: 1.
Lucille's Books (all available as e-books or paperbacks) Lucille Campey has written eight books on the Scots who immigrated to Canada. They are all published by the Dundurn Group of Toronto (). The books are painstakingly researched and are well-illustrated with maps and detailed appendices.
The books have attracted widespread favourable comment from many. Upper Canada in the s* by Rainer BAEHRE ** Pauper emigration to the Canadas peaked in the s during the very period in which public concern over poor relief reached a climax in Great Britain.
1 In the mother country "the figure of the pauper, almost forgotten since, dominated a. Compiler Media Type Text Genealogical Resource Item Type Books Description Series: Vital records of Upper Canada/Canada West ; v pt.1 "Contents: Marriages of Robert Nelles, Justice of the Peace, Niagara District, from the records of St.
Andrew's Anglican Church, Grimsby, Ontario [found at the Diocesan Archives, McMaster University, Hamilton] (p. ) -- Knox Presbyterian. English Immigrant Voices: Labourers' Letters from Upper Canada in the s English Immigrant Voices, presents annotated letters edited with accessibility to the modern reader in mind.
To provide more context for the letters, the editors have used project files to sketch the stories of individual writers. This book is a collection of letters from early pioneer settlers in upper Canada to their families in England.
It is a first hand account of the immigrant experience in the 's. There are many stories of adventure and tragedy of their lives of hardship and s: 6. A punishment that remained on the books in Canada until very recently, whipping was most often routinely prescribed for petty larceny (theft under $10), and accompanied by a term in jail.
The punishment was carried out in public untilusually in the Market Square -- approximately where St. Lawrence Market stands today on Front Street in. The Province of Upper Canada (French: province du Haut-Canada) was a part of British Canada established in by the Kingdom of Great Britain, to govern the central third of the lands in British North America, formerly part of the Province of Quebec since Upper Canada included all of modern-day Southern Ontario and all those areas of Northern Ontario in the Pays d'en Haut which Common languages: English.
"Popular Radicalism and the Theatrics of Rebellion: The Hybrid Discourse of Dissent in Upper Canada in the s" published on 01 Jan by Brill. Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada uses the sources of landlords and government to narrate the emigration of some 1, emigrants from Sussex and near-by English counties to Upper Canada (Ontario) between and English Immigrant Voices turns to the emigrants and the letters they wrote describing their life-altering decisions and their new lives in Canada.
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Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read English Immigrant Voices: Labourers' Letters from Upper Canada in the s. Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada: The Petworth Project, Wendy Cameron, Mary McDougall Maude Using a rich collection of contemporary sources, this study focuses on one group of English immigrants sent to Upper Canada from Sussex and other southern counties with the aid of parishes and landlords.
Rural unrest in ?31 spurred politicians and landlords to reexamine the roles government and individuals should play in fighting poverty. Assisting Emigration to Upper Canada demonstrates the impact of new attitudes and new rules of relief for the English poor on poor immigrants arriving in Upper Canada.
Get this from a library. English immigrant voices: labourers' letters from Upper Canada in the s. [Wendy Cameron; Mary McD Maude; Sheila Haines;] -- "This collection of letters opens new ground in Canadian social history - presenting a first-hand basis for Upper Canada's reputation as "a poor man's country." Editors Wendy Cameron, Sheila Haines.
Canada - Canada - The rebellions of – Political unrest developed in both Upper and Lower Canada soon after the War of Some of the causes were similar, rooted in the governing structure imposed by the constitution, while other causes developed from each colony’s particular character.
In both colonies, effective government was in the hands of the lieutenant governor and an. Assisting Emigration To Upper Canada by Wendy Cameron, Assisting Emigration To Upper Canada Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. English Immigrant Voices: Labourers' Letters from Upper Canada in the s.
Language: en Pages: Book-on-CD Edition The Roll of Pupils of Upper Canada College Toronto lists every student who attended Upper Canada College from the school's beginnings in January until June More than just a list of student names, the book provides more.
Get this from a library. English Immigrant Voices: Labourers' Letters from Upper Canada in the s. [Cameron, Wendy.] -- Emigrants sent by the Petworth Emigration Committee were part of a wave of rural workers in the s whose immigration to Upper Canada was sponsored by English parishes and landlords.
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A Place of Refuge for all Time: Migration of the American Potawatomi into Upper Canada to Map of Upper Canada (in orange) with 21st-century Canada (in pink) surrounding it. Status: British colony: Capital: Sovereign • – George III • – George IV • – William IV • – Victoria: Lieutenant-Governor; Executive Council of Upper Canada.
In this article, Bob takes a fascinating look at the very important role the Rideau Canal played in safely transporting tens of thousands of immigrants into Upper Canada in the s and s.
The article taken from the Winter/Spring issue of "Rideau Reflections" - the newsletter of Friends of the Rideau. Book Description: Collected from published, archival, and private sources, these letters place the Petworth immigrants in the context of their times and challenge the image of English immigrants to s Upper Canada as officers and gentlewomen.
Wendy Cameron, Sheila Haines, and Mary McDougall Maude have carefully annotated the letters to. The records in the Rebellion Losses of Upper Canada are organized in this document by District.
Upper Canada, later known as Canada West then Ontario inwas originally organized in Districts. County boundaries existed -- however administration, courts and other civil functions were managed at the District level much like counties are.
Upper Canada (now Ontario) had few exports with which to pay for its imported manufactured needs. For those who settled in rural areas, debt could be paid off only through the sale of wheat and flour. However, for much of the s, the price of wheat went through cycles of boom and bust depending upon the British markets that ultimately provided the credit upon which the farmer lived.
Upper Canada has found employment and landsand these two sums, added to the 7, who have proceeded to the United States, make up, as nearly as a calculation can be at, the gross amount of the emigration ofnea—. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Mercer Adam (Adam, G.
Mercer (Graeme Mercer), ) A Wikipedia article about this author is available. Adam, G. Mercer (Graeme Mercer), An Algonquin Maiden: A Romance of the Early Days of Upper Canada (Montreal, Toronto: J. Lovell; Williamson, ), also by A. Ethelwyn Wetherald multiple formats at Microfilm of original journals printed in York (became Toronto in ) by various printers, Complete set,is also known under the title: Journals & appendices of the Parliament of Upper Canada.
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