3 edition of Report on the Indians of Upper Canada, 1839 found in the catalog.
Report on the Indians of Upper Canada, 1839
Aborigines Protection Society (Great Britain)
Reprint of the 1839 ed.
|LC Classifications||E78.O5 A6 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||72445288|
Accompanied by text: Sixth annual report of the trustees of the New-England Institution for the Education of the Blind, to the Corporation: January 8, 22 p. ; 23 cm. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Volume 1 of the classic account of life among Plains Indians includes fascinating information on ceremonies, rituals, the hunt, warfare, and much more. This is Volume 2 of a 2 volume set. Total illustrations in set is plates. Has color illustrations inside front & back covers. The rest is in black & white. Size: 9h x 6w. Book. Seller.
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REPORT ON THE INDIANS OF UPPER CANADA [n/a] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : n/a. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Australian Aborigines Protection Society. Report on the Indians of Upper Canada.
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Lord Durham's report recommends the establishment of responsible government and the union of Upper and Lower Canada to speed the assimilation of French-speaking Canadians. Territorial disputes between lumbermen from Maine and New Brunswick lead to armed conflict in the Aroostook River valley (the Aroostook War).
First Horse Railway in Upper ies: 18th century 19th century 20th century. The Province of Upper Canada (French: province du Haut-Canada) was a part of 1839 book 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.
Report on the Indians of Upper Canada / [by a] Subcommittee of the Aborigines Protection Society. E 78 O5 A26 Civil liberties and rights of Indians in Ontario. Population of Upper Canada estimated atGeorge Arthur becomes Lieutenant-Governor10 February.
Act of Union; Upper and Lower Canada become Canada West and East with an elected Assembly; District Councils are established to replace Courts of Quarter Sessions for administrative purposes. Aborigines Protection Society (Great Britain): Report on the Indians of Upper Canada (ca. ) (multiple formats at ) Help with reading books-- Report a bad link-- Suggest a new listing.
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When Laura her father, Thomas Ingersoll, received a land grant in the Niagara region of Upper Canada and moved his family there from the United two years later, Laura married James Secord, a merchant in the war broke out, James served as a sergeant in the 1st Lincoln Militia and was injured at the Battle of Queenston Heights.
Report of the Parliamentary Select Committee on Aboriginal Tribes, (British settlements): reprinted with comments by the Aborigines Protection Society Published for the Society by William Ball London Australian/Harvard Citation.
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee on Aboriginal Tribes. History of Canadian Indians Out of this instruction came the succession of reports upon the Indians of Upper Canada prepared by commissioners appointed to investigate their condition and prospects.
Sir George Arthur at once entrusted the work to R. Tucker, the provincial secretary, but the report was completed by Chief Justice.
Hoping to send settlers to Upper Canada from Scotland and from Ireland, as well as a number from England, the British government in February released details of its plans which included a generous offer of free passage and provisions on the voyage, acres of land, six months of rations, and agricultural provisions at cost.
Report on the Indians of Upper Canada (ca. ), by Aborigines Protection Society (Great Britain) (multiple formats at ) Notes on Primitive Man in Ontario (Toronto: Warwick & Rutter, ), by David Boyle (multiple formats at ).
First as a school teacher among the Indians at Rice Lake, then in the regular ministry as a great flaming evangel among the tribes in Upper Canada; and then, as the Apostle of the North, in the far-away and uninhabited regions from Lake Superior on to Norway House and the great Saskatchewan country, he has left a record of missionary devotion.
THE INDIANS AND THE WAR OF TECUMSEH, A GREAT WAR CHIEF. ALTHOUGH the general history of the War of does not come within the purview of this chapter, certain space must be given to the share which the Indians took in the defence of Upper and Lower Canada.
In Lower Canada, Louis J. Papineau led the French Canadian Reform party. There were rebellions in both provinces. The British sent Lord Durham as governor-general to study the situation, and his famous report () recommended the union of Upper and Lower Canada under responsible government.
A Place of Refuge for All Time: Migration of the American Potawatomi into Upper Canada, to Ottawa: National Museums of Canada, A study of the movement of a large portion of the Potawatomi Indian tribe from the states of Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin and Michigan into Upper Canada in the period Collins, Willliam Frederick.
Report on the Indians of Upper Canada Published: () Collections and objections aboriginal material culture in Southern Ontario, / by: Hamilton, Michelle A. Published: (). Page - Finally, the lesson taught by this and other emigrations is that the Negro does best when let alone, and that we must beware of all attempts to prolong his servitude, even under the pretext of taking care of him.
The white man has tried taking care of the Negro, by slavery, by apprenticeship, by colonization, and has failed disastrously in all; now let the Negro try to take care of.Full text of "Report of the Upper Canada Bible Society and of the Society's operations for the year ending" See other formats.Second annual report of the Aborigines Protection Society: presented at the meeting in Exeter Hall, May 21st, with list of officers, subscribers, benefactors, and honorary members: printed by order of the general meeting, The () available in print; Report on the Indians of Upper Canada () available in print.
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