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History, statistics and geography of Upper and Lower Canada

History, statistics and geography of Upper and Lower Canada

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Published by Whittaker in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Canada -- History.,
  • Canada -- Description and travel.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby R. Montgomery Martin.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination5 microfiches (214 fr.)
    Number of Pages214
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19366510M
    ISBN 100665461291

    The riots were easily put down, with the leading provocateurs either jailed, hung, or exiled to Australia, but London was spooked. In , an English politician named Lord Durham () was appointed emergency governor of Upper and Lower Canada and wrote a famous report on the political situation in the colonies. He identified two major.   At the time, the population of Lower Canada was ,, of wh were English-speaking. It was divided into four administrative districts: Gaspé, Québec, Trois-Rivières and Montréal. The territory was also divided into 25 counties. A history of Lower Canada Developments in Lower Canada prior to the uprisings of

      The Dominion Bureau of Statistics: A history of Canada's central statistics office and its antecedents, XPE. Dominion Bureau of Statistics: History, function, organization D History of official statistics in Canada Worton, David A. DVD-ROM Robert H. Coats, architect of Canada's national statistical system Worton.   Geography. Census geography covers a wide range of geographic areas—from provinces and territories down to blocks. These geographic areas have boundaries, names, and other information that make it possible to locate them on the ground and relate census data to them.

    First Nations history; Inuit history; Métis history; first peoples; loyalists; Canada history 18 th century/ 19 th century/ ; Upper Canada; Lower Canada; maps; map reading. The Kids Book of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada Canada's Aboriginal peoples have shaped this country in countless : Christine VanderHeide.   This Quiz is about Upper and Lower Canada. In this quiz, you will need to know a little about how Canada was settled, who first settled it and all about Loyalists.


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[Robert Montgomery Martin]. History, statistics and geography of Upper and Lower Canada [electronic resource] / By. Montgomery (Robert Montgomery) Martin. Abstract. Includes publisher's onic of access: Internet.4 Publisher: London: Whittaker, Year: OAI identifier. Team this workbook up with the Canada Geography Binder Map below, and you have a geographic tool that teaches the main geographic features of Canada with maps, charts, puzzles, riddles and more.

Brainwork section included on each worksheet. Includes 40 worksheets, 25 maps, student projects, answer key, tests, and project evaluation form. Visual scale [52 mm= miles]. In upper right corner, "No. 4." Shows Upper Canada, Lower Canada, and the Atlantic Provinces.

Map is surrounded by text under the broad heading, "British Possessions" and further subdivided by sub-headings, "Lower Canada. Situation, Boundaries, and Divisions" and "Upper Canada. Leveled Books O Canada. General Information Canada - Geography (Grades ) Canada - Daily Life (Grades ) Canada - History (Grades ) First Nations Beothuks: The Red People of Canada (Grades ) Upper Canada (Grades ) Canada Colonial Laura Secord Saves the Day (Grades ).

InUpper and Lower Canada were united as the Province of Canada. Reformers such as Sir Louis-Hippolyte La Fontaine and Robert Baldwin, in parallel with Joseph Howe in Nova Scotia, worked with British governors toward responsible government. The Province of Lower Canada was a British colony on the lower Saint Lawrence River and the shores of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence.

It covered the southern portion of the current Province of Quebec and the Labrador region of the current Province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Lower Canada consisted of part of the former colony of Canada of New France, conquered by Great Britain in the Seven Years' War Capital: Quebec City.

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 which Common languages: English.

InCanada was given the right to self-government and the country of Canada was officially established in It was comprised of Upper Canada (the area that became Ontario), Lower Canada (the area that became Quebec), Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick. InCanada continued to grow when it bought land from the Hudson’s Bay : Amanda Briney.

Today, Statistics Canada conducts more than surveys, covering 32 different subject matter fields, as well as censuses of population and agriculture every five years.

As the demand for high quality, relevant information continues to grow, Statistics Canada continues to deliver. More Statistics Canada: a long-standing Canadian institution.

The following maps provide a picture of Canada’s territorial evolution, from to The Act of Union, passed in July and proclaimed Februabolished the legislatures of Lower Canada and Upper Canada.

It established a new political entity, the Province of Canada. Research the history and geography of Upper Canada and Lower Canada to answer the questions in this worksheet. Students will complete a mapping activity and review the Constitutional Act (), the Act of Union (), and the British North America Act ().

Historical Demography of Canada, – Lisa Dillon, Département de démographie, Université de Montréal. Sustained settlement of Canada by Europeans began in the St.

Lawrence Valley, where the colony named “le Canada” stretched over km from Quebec City to present-day Montreal. [1] From its founding in by Samuel de Champlain, the colony grew Author: Lisa Dillon, Département de démographie.

After decades of political and social disputes between the English and French factions, the British Parliament made its move. The Act of Union () essentially merged both Upper and Lower Canada into a single centralized governmental entity, appropriately named - the Province of Canada.

Upper Canada (later, Ontario), located near the Great Lakes, had an English-speaking majority, while Lower Canada (Quebec), located along the St. Lawrence River, had a French-speaking population. The land to the northwest, called Rupert's Land, was owned by a British fur-trading company.

Here you will find a variety of information about Canada including history, archeology, culture, First Nations and more. There are sections for educators, kids, and scholars.

This site has the updated "Oracle," originally a print item, developed for social studies in Canadian schools during the 70s and 80s. The main features of the physical geography of Canada are those of the whole continent.

The western half of North America, geologically the most recent, is uniform from north to south. A great central plain stretches from the Arctic ocean to the gulf of Mexico, with a very moderate watershed near the southern boundary of Canada.

The Province of Canada is formed by uniting Upper and Lower Canada (). The international boundary from the Rocky Mountains to the Pacific is described by the Oregon Treaty ().

The northern portion of the Oregon Territory is called New .Canada has been an influential member of the Commonwealth and has played a leading role in the organization of French-speaking countries known as La was a founding member of the United Nations and has been active in a number of major UN agencies and other worldwide operations.

In Canada joined the Organization of American States and signed a free trade agreement with .Canada HUMAN GEOGRAPHY: The History of Canada early peoples • Asians who crossed the land bridge during the last Ice Age settled first • Inuit (Eskimos) remained in the Canadian Arctic and Alaska • First Nations moved south into British Columbia and east toward the Atlantic colonization by France and Britain • both British and French settled • Britain defeated France in French and.