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 Encyclopedia: 1882
Wacław Franciszek Sierpiński, was born on March 14, 1882 in Warsaw and died on October 21, 1969 in Warsaw.
Emmy Noether (March 23, 1882 – April 14, 1935) was one of the most talented mathematicians of the early 20th century, with penetrating insights that she used to develop elegant abstractions which she formalized beautifully.
Leopold Stokowski Leopold Stokowski (April 18, 1882 - September 13, 1977) (born Antoni Stanisław Bolesławowicz) was the conductor of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the NBC Symphony Orchestra and the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra.
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 The Atlas of Canada - Territorial Evolution, 1882
In 1882, by an Order in Council, four new districts -- Assiniboia, Saskatchewan, Athabaska and Alberta -- were created.
Between 1873 and 1882, a long and acrimonious dispute was carried on between Ontario and the Dominion, and more specifically between Sir John A. Macdonald and Sir Oliver Mowat, in regard to the western boundary of Ontario.
This was because the early settlers in western Canada avoided the open grasslands and instead liked to settle in wooded areas and river valleys.
atlas.gc.ca /sites/english/maps/historical/territorialevolution/1882/1   (322 words)

  
 Upper Canada People
Governor-general of Canada (as Marquis of Lorne), 1878-1883.
In 1879 consecrated bishop of Montreal; in 1901 archbishop; and in 1904 primate of all Canada.
Served in Canada in 1812, and engaged in the capture of Fort Castine.
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 The Salvation Army in Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The Salvation Army began its work in Canada in 1882, just fifteen years after Confederation, and quickly became the vital part of the spiritual and social service life of the country that it now is.
Canada’s involvement in the Great War of 1914-1918 saw the appointment of the first Salvation Officer as a chaplain in the Canadian armed forces, and the donation of five motor ambulances to forces serving overseas.
Today in Canada The Salvation army has 1,250 active officers (clergy), almost 23,000 soldiers (church members) and over 60,000 adherents, that is, people who claim the Army as their church home, but who are not formal members.
www.salvationarmy.ca /about/history.asp   (1223 words)

  
 The Atlas of Canada - Territorial Evolution, 1882   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The provisional district of Assiniboia, Saskatchewan, Athabaska and Alberta are created in 1882.
Canada’s long and diversified settlement history is reflected in the two distinct patterns of boundaries that differentiate between eastern and western Canada.
The eastern boundaries closely conform to natural features such as drainage basins, while the boundaries of western and northern Canada reflect the administrative organisation of these lands by, first, the Hudson’s Bay Company and later the Government of Canada.
atlas.gc.ca /site/english/maps/historical/territorialevolution/1882   (95 words)

  
 St. John Ambulance Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
In Canada, St. John volunteers have been easing suffering for more than a century.
John Ambulance is Canada's leader in first aid training and products.
For more than a century in Canada and 900 years worldwide, volunteers have been the core of St. John Ambulance.
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 More about census records - Catalogue of Census Returns on Microfilm 1666-1901 - ArchiviaNet - Library and Archives ...
Talon is considered the "father" of modern census taking in Canada, for his work provided details of the basic resources and needs of the colonies and opened the way for future censuses to be taken on a regular basis.
Census of Canada, 1870-71 = Recensement du Canada, 1870-71
Census of Canada, 1880-81 = Recensement du Canada, 1880-81
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 MA's Stamp Album - Canada - 1882
There was no official notification of the new design, but it was decided about a year after the issue of the 1868 series as is evident from the fact that the stamp magazines of the day were anticipating the change in August 1869 (American Journal of Philately, Vol.
The new designs (of 1870) were all of the same size, that is 17 x 21 mm, the same as the half cent of 1868.
In 1882 the diminutive half cent appeared which measures 15 x 18 1/4 mm.
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 Eastwood   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Joseph died 25 JUN 1917, Cornwall ON Canada, buried: 27 JUN 1917, Woodlawn Cemetery Cornwall ON Canada, Emigrated ~1881 to Canada.
SEP 1939, in Cornwall ON Canada, Yvonne Isodelle Marquis born 10 DEC 1916, Uxbridge ON Canada, (daughter of William Franklin Marquis and Evva Jane Dure) occupation Homemaker, died 05 DEC 1995, Milaca MN USA.
Timothy James Secord born 15 OCT 1965, Cornwall ON Canada, occupation Banker, married 11 MAR 1995, in London ON Canada, Helen Anne Timmons, (daughter of Hugh Timmons and Anne).
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 Canada Sports Links - RealSportsNetwork.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Canadian Death Race - Canada's extreme racing in the Rocky Mountains of Grande Cache, Alberta.
Sir Arthur Eddington (1882 - 1944) Canada "A man of genius makes no mistakes; his errors are volitional and are the portals of discovery." (James Joyce) My wife ran off with my best friend last week.
Then, do not allow Canada The most exciting attractions are between two opposites that never meet.
www.realsportsnetwork.com /Running_Trail_Running_Ultramarathon_Events_North_America_Canada.html   (1689 words)

  
 Wees biographies (McKindley)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Isabell’s parents were Joseph Randall (born September 1, 1795; died February 17, 1850) of Nova Scotia, and Lucretia Lowell (born December 18, 1800; died February 22, 1882) of Canada.
She says their grandfather was loading a cannon with crude cannon balls made of bricks, and suddenly a man rushed out of a flsmith shop with a red hot firebrand, and shot the cannon out of turn.
According to a death record on Lucretia Randall at Berrien Springs, Michigan, she died February 29, 1882, however the death records at that time are not considered reliable.
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 Northern Science Award - Centenary Medal Commemorating the international Polar Year 1882-1883 - Indian and Northern ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Between August 1, 1882 and September 1, 1883, 11 countries established 12 stations in the Arctic and two in the Antarctic to carry out carefully planned and simultaneous observations in the earth sciences.
Until 1997, the award was presented to an individual who had made distinguished contributions to Northern Canada through their scientific work.
Northern is defined as a zone of high latitude in Northern Canada, north of the southern limit of discontinuous permafrost where, because of the natural environment, people experience distinctive living conditions.(See map)
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 Canada Rail, 1882   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Much has been said this week about the extraordinary speed shown during the past twelve months in building new railways in the United States; but I question if anything in the Union equals what is now being done in Canada by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company.
From a telegram received within the past few days from the president of that line it appears that he has no doubt of their completing 500 miles of main line track this season.
In 1881 we increased the capital laid out in railways in the United Kingdom from £728,316,848 to £745,528,162; and this year and next promise to witness equal additions.
www.londonancestor.com /newspaper/1882/0805/canada-rail.htm   (135 words)

  
 1882 in Canada - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
1882 in Canada - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
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 History
The Salvation Army began its work in Canada in 1882, just fifteen years after Confederation, and quickly became a vital part of the spiritual and social service life of the country.
The first open air ‘meetings’, or worship services, were held in Toronto and in London, Ontario, in 1882.
Currently the Army’s delegate to the World Council of Churches is a Canadian, as is the second-in-command of the Army in New Zealand.
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 Coming to Canada
One of the earliest groups to immigrate to Canada was the French, who came in 1632.
Although they saw potential in Canada and life may have been better than in their homeland, it was not an easy move.
Great challenges faced early immigrants to Canada and their hardships were not always recognized, but Canada is what it is today due to the efforts of many different people long ago.
www.sfu.ca /~cfrancis/WebQuest/Coming_to_Canada.html   (1028 words)

  
 Information about Canada FDC: 30¢ Canada's Salvation Army   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Following Booth's guidelines, the Canada Salvation Army was founded as primarily a religious movement.
It was composed of men and women dedicated to the task of uplifting their fellows through the Gospel of Christ, regardless of class, creed or color...
In Canada these services today include: dispensaries and medical services, children's homes and nurseries, alcoholics' clinics, employment counseling, repair centers, crime prevention work, disaster relief, visitation of hospitals and institutions, accommodation for homeless persons, and a multitude of other fine services.
www.unicover.com /EA4NB4EI.htm   (368 words)

  
 Duplicate Book List - Osler Library of the History of Medicine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Ottawa: The National Gallery of Canada for the Corporation of the National Museum of Canada, 1973.
Brief to the Royal Commission on Education of the Province of Quebec: Submitted under the authority of the Board of Governors, with the approval of the Senate, November 29, 1961.
Warrington, C.J.S., and Nicholls, R.V.V. A History of Chemistry in Canada: Compiled for the Chemical Institute of Canada.
www.health.library.mcgill.ca /osler/duplbook.htm   (4776 words)

  
 1883 in Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Canada's national policy, 1883-1900: A study in Canadian-American relations
Franz Kafka's the Trial: Four Stage Adaptations (German Studies in Canada, Bd.
Priest's Progress: The Journey of Francis Norbert Blanchet from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific in Three Parishes
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 WSCOIN.COM   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Nice examples of the Canadian Large Cent will be found to cost over twice as much as the Krause Price Catalog shows, if and when they can be located.
Because of Canada's low mintage figures they are much rarer than U.S. Large Cents even though the prices do not reflect this fact.
The size of the Canadian Large Cent is 25.5 mm in diameter and is made of copper.
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 Canada lynx Clipart   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
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Description: The Canada lynx is remarkable for its gait, going by successive leaps with the back arched.
Its diet consists primarily of the snowshoe hare.
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 1882 in Canada - TheBestLinks.com - Alberta, August 3, Cattle, February 2, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
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 About The Salvation Army in Canada
The Salvation Army is an integral part of the Christian Church, although distinctive in government and practice.
It came to Canada in 1882, where it has become part of the fabric of the nation.
Evangelistic and social enterprises are maintained, under the authority of the General through territorial commanders (in Canada, Commissioner M. Christine MacMillan), by full-time officers and employees, as well as soldiers who give service in their free time.
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 Canada and North America (British Empire & Commonwealth Land Forces)
Canada purchased Rupert's Land (which became the Northwest Territories) from Hudson Bay Company (royal assent 23 June 1870), less some 2.8 million hectares of farmland in the prairies and certain land around trading posts which remained HBC territory
First World War: British declaration of war on Germany automatically involved Canada and the rest of the Empire; the Canadian war effort won Canada a greater degree of autonomy from Britain and a modest role in the peace process, but resulting Franco-English tensions in Canada produced a country reluctant to take on international responsibilities
Precedence in Canada and the Canadian Armed Forces, by Tim Groulx.
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 1881 in Canada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1880 in Canada, other events of 1881, 1882 in Canada and the Timeline of Canadian history.
January 17, The Interprovincial Bridge connecting Ottawa to Hull, Quebec opens
April 4, the 1881 census finds Canada's population to be 4,324,810
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 Wright family of Northern Ireland and Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada, 1808--
For most of the details about the family's early history in Ontario, Canada, I am indebted to the late Fred Wright and his son John F. Wright who may be contacted at john.laurie.wright@sympatico.ca Please contact me at karen.fl@sympatico.ca if you have find this genealogy useful or would like to contribute any further information.
A series of family tragedies and her father's re-marriage may have disrupted her childhood, as well as her sense of the passage of time, and in any case, like so many of the Ontario born Dwinnells, she was illiterate.
Marriage certificate transcription: "Samuel Wright, 21, a laborer, residing in Elmvale and born in Wyebridge, son of James and Diana Wright, married Annie Dwinnel, 19, residing in Flos Township and born in Wyevale, daughter of John and Annie Dwinnel Aug.22, 1895 in Hillsdale.
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 RootsWeb: GLSHIPS-L [GLShips] Maver Stephen Hartrick b 6 Jan 1882 Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
He was born in Pickering, Durham, Ontario, Canada 6 Jan 1882, to William Tetes and Margaret (Gordon) Hartrick.
He seems to have been raised by John Hartrick, brother to William Tetes Hartrick, who had several wives and a huge number of children - must have been a shock for Maver, who was an only child.
About 1929 or 1930 Maver, who was a binge alcoholic, left the family in Detroit, leaving a note saying that they would be better off without him.
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 1882 in Canada -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
(additional info and facts about other events of 1882) other events of 1882,
December 30 - The (additional info and facts about Royal Society of Canada) Royal Society of Canada is founded
He introduces longhorn (Domesticated bovine animals as a group regardless of sex or age) cattle into Canada and pioneers the development of (An exhibition of cowboy skills) rodeo.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/1/18/1882_in_canada.htm   (426 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Count Louis de Baude Frontenac
He found Canada weakened and attacked on all sides; he left it in peace, enlarged, and respected.
He was a faithful friend of the Recollects, and was buried in their church.
HOPKINS, "Canada, An Encyclopedia of the Country" (Toronto, 1890); GARNEAU, "Histoire du Canada"(Montreal, 1882); FERLAND, "Cours d'histoire du Canada" (Quebec, 1882); ROCHEMONTEIX, "Les Jésuites et la Nouvelle-France" (Paris, 1896); CHAPAIS, "Jean Talon" (Quebec, 1904); GAUTHIER, "Histoire du Canada" (Quebec, 1876).
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