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  Hudson Valley - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
The first Dutch settlement was in the 1610s with the establishment of Fort Nassau, a trading post (factorij) south of modern-day Albany, with the purpose of exchanging European goods for beaver pelts.
During the rest of the 1600s, the Hudson Valley formed the heart of the New Netherland colony operations, with the New Amsterdam settlement on Manhattan serving as a post for supplies and defense of the upriver operations.
During the French and Indian War in the 1750s, the northern end of the valley became the bulwark of the British defense against French invasion from Canada via Lake Champlain.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/Hudson_Valley   (729 words)

 Category:Years in Canada - Definition, explanation
International examines the history of the death penalty in Canada from 1892 through its abolition in 1976 and the record since then.
Amnesty International examines the history of the death penalty in Canada from 1892 through its abolition in 1976...
Canada's laws for these defences have remained virtually unchanged for over a hundred years.
lexikon.calsky.com /en/txt/cat/years_in_canada.php   (458 words)

 Les frères insoumis ou " L'ombre d'un clocher ". by Luca Codignola   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
The tract, titled 'Memoire Instructif Contenant la conduitte des Peres Recollets de Paris en leur mission de Canada,' is dated 1684, and consists of nine folios, or some 5300 words.
First, she does not discuss why the Recollets were selected in the 1610s.
Fourth, according to Dubé, the return of the Recollets in 1670 was due to their 'moderating role' (16) in the crisis between crown and church in Canada.
www.utpjournals.com /product/chr/782/freres36.html   (932 words)

 CO2 Science
However, as Haque (2000) reports, although this particular flood was indeed the largest experienced by the Red River over the past century, it was not the largest to occur in historic times.
Their analysis indicated that six prominent flood events occurred at approximately AD 212, 440, 603, 1029, 1418 and 1605, "suggesting," in their words, "a quasi-periodicity of ~200 years," with "skipped" flooding just after AD 800, 1200 and 1800.
Once again doubling the length of time investigated, Campbell (2002) analyzed the grain sizes of sediment cores obtained from Pine Lake, Alberta, Canada, to provide a non-vegetation-based high-resolution record of streamflow variability for this part of North America over the past 4000 years.
www.co2science.org /scripts/CO2ScienceB2C/subject/f/summaries/floodsnortham.jsp   (1796 words)

 17th century - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1600s 1610s 1620s 1630s 1640s 1650s 1660s 1670s 1680s 1690s
As a means of recording the passage of time, the 17th century was that century which lasted from 1601-1700 in the Gregorian calendar.
1608: Quebec City founded by Samuel de Champlain in New France (present-day Canada).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/17th-century   (1336 words)

 A Military Superpower I
Jeffersonians criticized the treaty for restricting trade with the British West Indies, for granting British vessels most-favored nation status, for agreeing that American debts to British merchants would be paid back by the national government, and for closing off trade with France.
Sometimes called the “Second War of Independence” it was the war between the U.S. and Britain that arose out of America’s inability to remain neutral in the war between Britain and Napoleon in Europe.
The Webster-Ashburton Treaty granted the U.S. nearly 60% of the disputed land in Maine and Upstate New York, as well as in Minnesota where the border jutted up from the 49th Parallel to give the U.S. access to what later proved to be a region rich in iron-ore, the Mesabi Range.
www.iss.k12.nc.us /schools/nihs/smeyer/military.htm   (5186 words)

 Deerfield Guide -
Their population was decimated in two waves of epidemic disease in the 1610s and the 1630s.
The Pocumtuck population was reduced as well and then finally destroyed and scattered, not by English disease or force of arms, but in a conflict with the Mohawk Indians in 1664.
Williams had survived the raid of 1704, the long march to Canada, and two years of captivity among the French, but he had lost his wife and two children, while a third, his daughter Eunice, chose to remain with the Indians and French until her death in 1785.
www.deerfieldguide.com /history.shtml   (1373 words)

 CCRH Furtrade Bibliography Reference List
History of the opening of western Canada, relying particularly on the story of the fur trade, covers the period of late seventeenth century to the late nineteenth century, from initial exploration until admission to Canada as provinces.
Description of the years (1858-1862) that Charles William Wilson spent surveying the boundary between the United States and Canada from the Pacific to the Rockies in accordance with the Treaty of Washington of 1846.
Volume describes the history of beaver trappers and the trade itself from the 1610s to the 1830s, covering virtually the entire habitable region of North America.
ccrh.org /bib/furtrade.html   (18864 words)

 Timeline of Canadian history - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
See also: Timeline of Ontario history, Timeline of Quebec history, Canadian incumbents by year
This encyclopedia, history, geography and biography article about Timeline of Canadian history contains research on
Timeline of Canadian history, Pre-Confederation Timeline, Post-Confederation Timeline, Books, Years in Canada, Nation timelines and Canada-related lists.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/Timeline_of_Canadian_history   (737 words)

 17th Century info here at en.89-of-100.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
Contents 1 Events 1.1 1600s 1.2 1610s 1.3 1620s 1.4 1630s 1.5 1640s 1.6 1650s 1.7 1660s 1.8 1670s 1.9 1680s 1.10 1690s 2 Significant people 3 Inventions, discoveries, introductions 4 Decades & years
1610s 1611: The King James Version of the Bible is completed.
1670s 1670: The Hudson's Bay Company is founded in Canada.
en.89-of-100.info /17th_century   (1264 words)

 Allen - The Social and Cultural Landscape of 17th C. New England
New England was an outpost in a part of the world that had only recently begun to interest the English.
Many explorers, cartographers, and map-makers still regarded the region as an island located between the "river of Canada," the St. Lawrence, to the north, and the Hudson River to the west.
While geographic remoteness did not attract and keep all migrating Englishmen in New England, the land offered isolation from English authorities and the unobstructed ability to reconstitute an English society that appealed to leaders and followers alike.
www.memorialhall.mass.edu /classroom/curriculum_12th/unit1/lesson2/allen.html   (6383 words)

 Sir Anthony van Dyck - Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
The fact that the young artist was allowed to work independently before actually joining the guild may indicate that he enjoyed the protection of Peter Paul Rubens, whose contacts with the court in Brussels enabled him to obtain special favors for some of his protégés.
During the late 1610s Van Dyck not only created his own independent religious and mythological scenes but was also active as Rubens' most important assistant.
He helped the master with a number of his large commissions, including the designs for the Decius Mus tapestry series (see the NGA painting, Decius Mus Addressing the Legions) and the ceiling decorations for the Church of Saint Charles Borromeo, the new Jesuit church in Antwerp.
www.bonus.com /contour/national_gallery/http@@/www.nga.gov/cgi-bin/pbio?9400   (1416 words)

 St. Augustine Teachers' Seminar Resource Pages
In compensation, it received the Louisiana territory from France.
English colonies stretched along all of the Atlantic seaboard from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico.
This new "status quo" lasted less than 20 years, as thirteen of Britain's colonies rose in revolt against Crown and parliamentary policies.
web.uflib.ufl.edu /digital/collections/Teachers/time.htm   (874 words)

 1603 - Free net encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
1570s 1580s 1590s - 1600s - 1610s 1620s 1630s
March - Samuel de Champlain, French explorer, sails to Canada
March 24 - Elizabeth I of England dies and is succeeded by her cousin King James I of England, uniting the crowns of Scotland and England
www.netipedia.com /index.php/1603   (644 words)

 Warwick Real Estate - Find Warwick Real Estate Guide
The Hudson Valley was colonized by the Dutch in the 1610s.
As trade flourished, the Hudson Valley region became the heart of the Dutch Colony of New Netherlands, with the capital New Amsterdam located in the present-day Manhattan area.
In the 1800s the Dutch descendants of the region gained infamy after “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” written by Washington Irving.
www.insidefinances.com /warwick-new-york-real-estate/real-estate.html   (458 words)

 1760 oddd.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
- June 4 - Great Upheaval: New England planters arrive to claim land in Nova Scotia Canada taken from the Acadians.
North Dakota As some of the original English New England settlers migrated westward, immigrants from Canada, Ireland, Italy, and eastern Europe moved into the region.
Massachusetts in particular has the highest concentration of persons of Irish heritage in the country.
www.oddd.org /en/1760   (9598 words)

 Dawin Wright
At first, they portrayed split images to those who witnessed their actions.
In the early 1610s and 20s, explorers such as Captain George Waymouth, Sir Walter Raleigh and Richard Johnson characterized Indians as cruel, barbarous, and striking in their physical appearance.
As Takaki stated, "Indians seemed to lack everything the English identified as civilized-Christianity, cities, letters, clothing, and swords." On the other hand, the eyes of Christopher Columbus, Gonzalo and Captain John Smith observed an "agricultural people" capable of learning and becoming a civilization.
www.msu.edu /user/wright96/essay1b.html   (1027 words)

 American Passages - Unit 2. Exploring Borders: Timeline
Samuel de Champlain makes his first voyage from France to Eastern Canada (1603)
French cede Canada and claims to Indian lands east of Mississippi River to British (1763)
Chicanos forced from their lands due to settlers arriving in Southwest to mine and develop land (1890-1900)
www.learner.org /amerpass/unit02/timeline.html   (697 words)

 pp52a in fm03
The combined analysis of a snow accumulation time series from an ice core from Mount Logan (northwestern Canada) and a coral oxygen isotope time series from Ras Umm Sidd (northern Red Sea) reveals that the global mode dominates the Northern Hemisphere atmospheric circulation also during the 1750s to 1850s.
The correlation between NAO and ENSO indices in a millennial-scale climate simulation of the coupled ocean-atmosphere model ECHO-G indicates decadal variations as detected in observed and proxy data.
Hemispheric and regional climate association tend to be stronger during sudden reversals from dry to wet which were not uncommon throughout the millennium, such as the 1970s PDO reversal which followed the 1950s drought, the 1610s wet interval that followed the 16th century mega drought, and the late 11th, early 12th centuries.
www.agu.org /cgi-bin/SFgate/SFgate?&listenv=table&multiple=1&range=1&directget=1&application=fm03&database=/data/epubs/wais/indexes/fm03/fm03&maxhits=200&="PP52A"   (8104 words)

 History Unwrapped – August 2005
Devised by the Virginia Company in the late 1610s, the system provided much needed cheap labor.
It is estimated that one-half to two-thirds of all European immigrants to the colonies participated in the system, some voluntarily, some as victims of penal servitude.
They were found in a grocery store in Nova Scotia, Canada, where they were being used to wrap fish and pickles!
www.americanvision.org /osafarchive/august2005.asp?vPrint=1   (4990 words)

 D, Computer, Artists, Visual Arts, Performing Arts at World Wide Arts Resources
Contemporary artist using the following mediums: painting, drawing, sculpture and ceramics.
CECCO DA CARAVAGGIO CECCO DA CARAVAGGIO French painter (active in the 1610s in Rome) Woman with a Dove 1610s Oil on canvas, 66 x 47 cm Museo del Prado, Madrid 668*840 True Color 123 Kb CECCO DA CARAVAGGIO CECCO...
Contemporary, abstract, non-figurative paintings in acrylics, oils and watercolour, mixed and found media using unusual techniques.
wwar.com /categories/Artists/Computer/D/index95.html   (535 words)

 WOR/COM 2003 SUMMARY ARCHIVE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
See http://home.earthlink.net/~srw-swling/RHC/index.html *CODAR sweep radar had bothered only WJCR on 13595, now reaching up to 13655, interfering with Canada at 1500 *Hydro Quebec to use powerline communications for broadband internet, without public discussion *KNLS changes schedule again November 30; all to 7 MHz, except English at 0800 on 9795, 1300 on 9780; why?
Seagull, the Dutch station actually relayed, says it is completely legal, ex-Radio Caroline in Netherlands.
One DJ does his show from Canada, whilst running B&B http://www.royalgazebo.com *Problems arose Oct. 8.
www.worldofradio.com /wor2003.html   (2787 words)

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ratings of Air Canada were lowered to 'B-' from 'B'.
Senior unsecured debt of Air Canada and AMR were lowered to one
CIBC and HSBC Bank of Canada for CND$1 per share.
bankrupt.com /TCR_Public/021219.mbx   (9687 words)

 All About Romance Novels - Special Heroines   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
Bride (1995) by Stella Cameron - Lady Justine went out and got what she wanted, although doing so went against Society's dictates.
The Iron Rose (2003) by Marsha Canham - Juliet Dante, daughter of of legendary privateers, rescues a British ship from a Spanish Galleon (1610s High Seas)
Midnight Honor (2001) by Marsha Canham - Lady Anne is as skillful as a general in the tactics of war
www.likesbooks.com /specheroin.html   (1825 words)

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