3 edition of Discontent in Upper Canada found in the catalog.
Discontent in Upper Canada
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Gerald Craig.|
|Series||Issues in Canadian History|
|Contributions||Craig, Gerald M.|
|LC Classifications||F1058 .D57|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||215 p. :|
|Number of Pages||215|
|LC Control Number||77368375|
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Upper Canada was the name for present-day Southern Ontario, a fertile land that in the nineteenth century became the fastest growing province in British North America, enabling a flourishing trade with the United States and Europe.
Such a wealth of opportunity led to numerous social problems that this book explores. From the back page. Discontent in Upper Canada (Book, )  Get this from a library. Discontent in Upper Canada.
Gerald M. Craig () was a professor of history at the University of Toronto. He studied at the University of Toronto and the University of Minnesota, where he earned his Ph.D. after serving in the Second World War. He is the author of The United States and Canada () and Discontent in Upper Canada (), and the editor of the abridged Lord Durham's Report ().Cited by: Discontent in Upper Canada: Democracy and Oligarchy in the 's role play.
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He is the author of The United States and Canada () and Discontent in Upper Canada (), and the editor of the abridged Lord Durham's Report (). The Wynford edition is introduced by Jeffrey L. McNairn, associate professor of history at Queen's University.3/5(10).
Gerald M. Craig () was a professor of history at the University of Toronto. He studied at the University of Toronto and the University of Minnesota, where he earned his Ph.D.
after serving in the Second World War. He is the author of The United States and Canada () and Discontent in Upper Canada (), and the editor of t read more.
PIONEER LIFE AMONG THE LOYALISTS CHAPTER I THE FIRST SETTLERS OF UPPER CANADA One of the unexpected outcomes of the Revolutionary War was the effective settlement of what afterwards became known as Upper Canada.
Up to that time the greater part of this rich territory was a wilderness, to which the white man had attached little value, except in respect to the part it pla/5(2). "The Upper Canada Land Books [National Archives of Canada series RG 1, L1] record the minutes of the Executive Council of the Land Board which had authority over the granting and selling of crown lands in Upper Canada between and Settlers, military claimants, Loyalists, and others petitioned the Executive Council for grants of land.
Upper Canada Land Books. Land Book A. Land Book B and C. Land Book C and D. Use the search feature for a complete search of all the Ontario (Upper Canada) genealogy sites.
Search the Ontario (Upper Canada) Genealogy Website - Make sure to use all known variations of. Upper Canada and Canada West (now Ontario), to (RG5-B9, volumes 13 to 44, microfilm C to C) This series also includes about ten bonds from to Lower Canada and Canada East (now Quebec), to (RG4-B28, volumes 29 to 41A, microfilm H to H) This series also includes about thirteen bonds from and Coordinates.
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.
One of the most fascinating aspects of the history of Canada is the development of travefrom the canoe-routes and woodland trails first followed by the Indians, the fur-traders and explorers, and the pioneers, to the canals, locks, and highways of a later age, and the seaways, railroads, and air routes of today.
Equally interesting is the story of the development of the means of. Book Description: This detailed study of the land system of Upper Canada from to examines Great Britain's plans for Canada after the conquest, the problems created by the royal "promise" of land to the loyalists, Lord Durham's Report, and the failure of the land policies to reach their economic and political objectives.
Strand B: CANADA, – CONFLICT AND CHALLENGES. Application: Analyse aspects of the lives of various groups and communities, including First Nations, Métis, and Inuit communities, in Canada between andand compare them to the lives of people in Canada in – (FOCUS ON: Continuity and Change; Historical.
He is the author of The United States and Canada () and Discontent in Upper Canada (), and the editor of the abridged Lord Durham's Report ().
The Wynford edition is introduced by Jeffrey L. McNairn, associate professor of history at Queen's University. Customer s: 1.
Coins Are Like Songs: The Upper Canada Coppers, London: Spink, xxi, pages. CAD $ / USD This is the first study in years to be devoted to the copper tokens which were issued for circulation in Upper Canada between andthe date of the formation of the Province of Canada. The book is in two parts. The Canadas is the collective name for the provinces of Lower Canada and Upper Canada, two historical British colonies in present-day Canada.
The two colonies were formed inwhen the British Parliament passed the Constitutional Act, splitting the colonial Province of Quebec into two separate colonies. The Ottawa River formed the border between Lower and Upper Canada. At the end of the eighteenth century, when ten lawyers gathered in what is now Niagara-on-the-Lake to form the Law Society of Upper Canada, they were creating something new in the world: a professional organization with statutory authority to control its membership and govern its own affairs.
Today's Law Society of Upper Canada, with more t members, still wields these powers. In Upper Canada's legislature voted a salary for a provincial agent to reside in London and represent Upper Canadian interests.
When Governor Gore promptly appointed his own secretary to this position people in the province were disappointed for they knew the governor would exercise close control over the agent, monitored his every action and interpreted his reports to suit the interests. The Call to Arms is the first of six books in the series Upper Canada Preserved — War of Each book in this battlefield-based chronicle combines the best of modern historical research with extensive quotations from original official documents and personal letters to bring to life this crucial period of Canada’s early history.
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