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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Catholicity in Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The chief spirit of this coalition was a certain Witzius Ryland, secretary to the governors of Canada from 1790 to 1812.
To this governor Canada is indebted for her religious liberty, plainly granted in an act of 1851 issued by the King of Great Britain and published in the Canadian press, 1 June 1852.
The real missions of Canada at present are in the North-East, along the coast of Labrador; in the North on the shores of Hudson Bay; and especially in the North-West, in the immense territories which stretch from Ontario to Lower Mackenzie and Alaska.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/03231a.htm   (9822 words)

 Historical Summary - Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Quebec (called the Canadas by the English) and most other French possessions held since the defeat in 1759 were relinquished by treaty in 1763.
Upper Canada's European colonization has continued since the American Revolution with Late Loyalists now settling the Niagara peninsula, the Bay of Quinte on the north shore of the St. Lawrence, and lower Ottawa valley, with many aboriginal peoples receiving new lands along the Grand River.
On July 1, 1867, the provinces of Canada, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia become the Dominion of Canada with its capital in Ottawa.
www.ccma.ca /~mbone/webtree/history-ca.htm   (3007 words)

 1791 in Canada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1790 in Canada, other events of 1791, 1792 in Canada and the list of 'years in Canada'.
Edmund Burke supports the proposed constitution for Canada, saying that: "To attempt to amalgamate two populations, composed of races of men diverse in language, laws and habitudes, is a complete absurdity.
In response to Loyalist demands, the Constitutional Act of 1791 divides Quebec into Lower Canada (mostly French) and Upper Canada (mostly English from America).
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/1791_in_Canada   (272 words)

 1789 in Canada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1788 in Canada, other events of 1789, 1790 in Canada and the list of 'years in Canada'.
1789-93 - Alexander Mackenzie of Canada, seeking northern river route to the Pacific, travels to the Arctic Ocean; on second journey he crosses continent by land, making contact with many tribes.
Lord Grenville proposes that lands in Upper Canada be held in free and common soccage, and that the tenure of Lower Canadian lands be optional with the inhabitants.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1789_in_Canada   (128 words)

 The Atlas of Canada - Drainage Patterns
Canada’s major drainage regions are the Atlantic Ocean, Hudson Bay, Arctic Ocean, Pacific Ocean, and Gulf of Mexico.
In Canada, there is a detailed hierarchy of drainage basins, ranging from the largest (drainage into oceans and their equivalents), down to very detailed patterns.
The lowest flows on rivers in Canada generally occur at two times of the year: in late summer, when precipitation is low, and evaporation along with water consumption by plants is high; and in late winter, when rivers are ice-covered and the precipitation is stored until spring in the form of ice and snow.
atlas.gc.ca /site/english/maps/freshwater/distribution/drainage/1   (1766 words)

 Crime & Punishment in Colonial Upper Canada Toronto
Public hanging in Canada wasn't abolished until 1869, and in Toronto it was moved indoors from the Don Jail yard into its confines in 1905.
Execution of Stanislaus Lacroix, 21 Mar. 1902 at Hull, Quebec, said to be the last publicly viewed execution in Canada.
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.
www.russianbooks.org /crime/cph2.htm   (1217 words)

The British and French were struggling for the control of Canada in Lower Canada (Quebec) in the 1600 and 1700's.
The government wanted to establish a chain of military settlements in Upper Canada and increase the population of the area.
The arrival of emigrants began to increase, and access to the interior of Upper Canada was gradually improved.
www.geocities.com /gillespien2/earlyhistory.html   (1582 words)

 1797 in Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
See also: 1796 in Canada other events of 1797 1798 in Canada and the list of 'years in Canada'.
An American named McLane being convicted high treason is hanged on a gibbet the glacis of the fortifications at Quebec.
January 18 - A weekly mail is established Canada and the United States.
www.freeglossary.com /1797_in_Canada   (391 words)

 Canadian Universities, Canadian Colleges, Schools in Canada :: Campus Starter Magazine.
1890 - The Yukon is recognized as a territory of Canada.
July 1, 1980 - O Canada is proclaimed the National Anthem for Canada a century after being sung for the first time.
1988 - Canada's commitment to preserving the culture and lifestyle of ethnic communities was officially recognized in the Multiculturalism Act.
www.campusstarter.com /article.cfm?ArtId=14740   (524 words)

 1790 in Canada -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
British Captain (English navigator remembered for his exploration of the Pacific coast of North America (1757-1798)) George Vancouver begins his three-year survey of northwest coast of (A continent (the third largest) in the western hemisphere connected to South America by the Isthmus of Panama) North America
October 7 (A Mid-Atlantic state; one of the original 13 colonies) New York consents to (A state in New England) Vermont's admission to the Union, with cessation of New York's jurisdiction, in the disputed territory.
(additional info and facts about Lower Canada) Lower Canada is divided into three districts, instead of two.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/1/17/1790_in_canada.htm   (159 words)

 Encyclopedia: 1789   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Alternative meaning: Nineteenth Century (periodical) (18th century — 19th century — 20th century — more centuries) As a means of recording the passage of time, the 19th century was that century which lasted from 1801-1900 in the sense of the Gregorian calendar.
See also: 1788 in literature, other events of 1789, 1790 in literature, list of years in literature.
The United States Revenue Cutter Service was established by Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton in 1790 as an armed maritime law enforcement service.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/1789   (5128 words)

 Free Surname Search - Ontario
Surnames of Ontario, Canada : Surnames of Ontario is designed to help bring together researchers interested in the same surname.
The 1851 Canada Census Of Hastings County, Ontario
This is a searchable index of all the birth, death and marriage notices found in the Ingersoll Tribune newspaper, Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada, from 1897-1970.
www.freesurnamesearch.com /search/canada/onen.html   (1684 words)

 The British Army Stationed in British North America: 1812 - 1815
In June 1812, in Lower Canada, there were the 1/8th Foot; 49th Foot; 100th Foot; detachments of the 10th Royal Veteran Battalion and the Royal Newfoundland Fencibles; the Canadian Fencibles and three companies of Royal Artillery.
By December, the total of regulars in the Canadas was 8,136 men and in the Maritimes it was 4,519 men.
By December, the total of regulars in the Canadas was 14,623 men and in the Maritimes it was 4,854 men.
www.napoleon-series.org /military/battles/bna/c_bna1.html   (990 words)

 Problems of Church and State in Canada and Ireland, 1790 to 1815
Within a few years he and Craig had disappeared from the scene, and their successors, reverting to the policy of an earlier period, were content to leave the Church in possession of the freedom which she had then acquired.
The object, as stated by the Chief Secretary, was to assure « the loyalty of the bishops and priests, » to attach them more closely to the King's Government, and « to relieve the clergy from their present abject dependence on the people.
Sir Robert Shore Milnes, Lt. Gov., Lower Canada, 1799 to 1805; and Sir James Craig, Governor of Canada, 1807 to 1811.
www.umanitoba.ca /colleges/st_pauls/ccha/Back%20Issues/CCHA1940-41/McDougall.html   (5564 words)

 1798 in Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
See also: 1797 in Canada other events of 1798 1799 in Canada and the Timeline of Canadian history.
Confusingly called the New North West it is nicknamed the XY Company from way it differentiates its bales from those its competitor.
Indian chiefs in Canada claim from Vermont an equivalent of the greater part Addison Chittenden Franklin and Grand Isle counties.
www.freeglossary.com /1798_in_Canada   (391 words)

 Family of John J. WEART   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Family of John J. Family of John J. WEART was born in 1790 in CANADA, and died in 1865, probably in Ontario, CANADA.
He married ELIZABETH HOOPLE in 1824 in Osnabruck, Stormont, Ontario, CANADA, daughter of HENRY HOOPLE and MARY WHITMORE.
She was born in 1797 in Stormont, Ontario, CANADA, and died in 1855 in Stormont, Ontario, CANADA.
users.ap.net /~lancelot/gen/h83.html   (76 words)

 Censuses of Canada. 1665 to 1871. Introduction. Upper Canada and Loyalists.
The despatches of Governor Parr of Nova Scotia, dated in September and October, 1783, give 20,000 in all as the number of United Empire Loyalists who had taken refuge in that Province, including New Brunswick, which was still part of Nova Scotia.
Previous to that time and since, a number of Loyalists, less considerable than that of the refugees in Upper Canada, but still important, had settled in the Lower Canadian part of the then Province of Quebec, especially on that part which lay close to the American frontier.
Without it being possible to give the precise number of the United Empire Loyalists who, during the course of the Revolutionary War, and for some years after the Treaty of Peace in 1783, took refuge in what is now British North America, it may be estimated as amounting to about 40,000.
www.statcan.ca /english/freepub/98-187-XIE/upcan.htm   (812 words)

 DOE - Fossil Energy: Listing of Natural Gas Import and Export Authorizations Issued in 2002   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Engage Energy America Canada, L.P. Order granting blanket authority to import/export natural gas, including LNG, from and to Canada.
Order granting blanket authority to import natural gas from Canada and to import and export from and to Mexico.
Order granting blanket authority to import natural gas from Canada and to export natural gas to Mexico.
www.fe.doe.gov /programs/gasregulation/authorizations/Orders-2002.html   (1455 words)

 Ancestors of Octavie Brault
The trip (from Canada to Wisconsin) was made from Lake Superior to Green Bay, thence to Peshtigo, Marinette Co. in 1869.
Brault and his son (Eugene) originally of Canada, each took a quarter section and came here alone in June of 1870 from Peshtigo where they had been working in a lumber mill for the past six months.
Jacques d'l Achigan, Quebec, Canada; died January 29, 1887 in Coleman, Marinette Co., WI; married *Marceline Gaudette November 11, 1851.
www.themartensfamily.com /BraultHistory.htm   (3181 words)

 Pig's Eye's Notepad - O
He and his wife Catharine (1822 Canada) had at least four children: Mary (1840 Canada), Catharine (1842 Canada), Laura (1846 Canada), and John (1848 Canada).
ORLANDAIS, JOHN - Born in 1790 in Canada.
Living in his household in 1850 was Baptiste (1837 Canada).
www.lareau.org /pep-o.html   (1203 words)

In Memory of Staff Superintendent Jack "Copper Jack" Webster - Toronto Force Historian - 1923 - 2002
www.russianbooks.org /crime/cp0.htm   (157 words)

 Article: Root Beer and Ginger Beer Heritage
It can be traced to around 1790 in Canada and the USA, which was shortly after its beginning in England.
Ginger ale, on the other hand, was sparkling clear and often contained capsicum (extract from cayenne pepper), which increased the pungency of the beverage.
The early primitive type of stoneware Ginger Beer bottle was used from 1790 through 1890, and the transfer type stone bottles were used from 1885 through 1920.
www.fohbc.com /BandE_Article4.html   (2830 words)

 Martin FULTZ - 1790, Ontario, Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Martin FULTZ was a Dunkard by faith and he migrated to Ontario, from "somewhere?" in the U.S. His wife may have been a lady by the name of Elizabeth ANGENY, although this situation 'has not been verified'.
1795 in Clinton Township, Lincoln County, Upper Canada
1799 in Clinton Township, Lincoln County, Upper Canada
genforum.genealogy.com /cgi-bin/print.cgi?fultz::22.html   (152 words)

 CANADA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Search the CANADA Family Message Boards at Ancestry.com (if available).
Search the CANADA Family Resource Center at RootsWeb.com (if available).
Find graves of people named CANADA at Find-a-Grave.com (or add one that you know).
www.worldhistory.com /surname/US/C/CANADA.htm   (160 words)

 Review of Diana Gilchrist Sings Songs of Canada
If you seek an exploration of Canadian art, popular and patriotic songs (with piano accompaniment) dating from the late 18th century to the present, lyric coloratura soprano Diana Gilchrist and pianist Shelley Katz serve up an exciting and wondrous program of unknown repertoire with exuberance, refinement and secure technical prowess.
This delightfully varied disc (20 tracks, 67 minutes) traces the developments of English, French and German song in Canada from 1790 to the 20th century from the most simple strophic folksong/parlor ballads, romances and chansonettes to grand, coloratura operatic fireworks.
(2 fascinating contributions from the composer of Canada's national anthem).
sky.prohosting.com /acbm/en/review/29-1/Gilchrist.htm   (627 words)

 eBay - b canada, Postcards Paper, Historical Memorabilia items on eBay.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Canada 1998 1 oz 1oz Silver Maple Leaf Titanic Privy B
Canada 1986 $2.00 Replacement Note UNC B/T Prefix EBX
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Offering many records for ten families who moved to Ontario, Canada between 1790 and 1825 from this area of New York (five connected to Thomas Cornell of Essex Co., England and MA, RI, NY) with several thousand individual descendants.
Many descendants in Canada and US, genealogy avail., account in Glazier (1975) is flawed.
These are all families who originated in New York before 1825, moved to Canada and then gradually emigrated westward, some coming to the US.
www.mindspring.com /~tvcornel/gene.html   (1680 words)

 METIS CULTURE 1790-1790
Louise Agunalier (f) Metis born 1790 Red River des Metis, one son is noted Domenick Agunalier born 1830 Red River.
Joseph Laframboise, born 1790, Fort Michilimackinac, Mackinac Island, died May 16, 1870 St. Francois Xavier, Manitoba, son Joseph Laframboise, died 1848 and Josephte Assiniboine died February 10, 1852, Pembina; married 1823 NWT, Marie Cecile Dumont b-1800, Saskatchewan Valley, Saskatchewan.
John Ross, born 1790, a Cherokee Metis is living among the eastern Cherokee.
www3.telus.net /public/dgarneau/metis27.htm   (5640 words)

 Samuel EMBURY/Catherine MILLER   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Born: ABT 1795 at: Canada Married: ABT 1819 at: Canada Died: at: Spouses: Christianna TITTEMORE
Born: ABT 1813 at: Canada Married: ABT 1835 at: Canada Died: at: Spouses: Hannah BRILL
I have not personally researched or verified all names, dates, or places mentioned in these files, but every attempt is made for accuracy and verification is ongoing.
www.bettyfink.com /family/fam00693.htm   (209 words)

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