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Rebellion of 1837-38

Toronto Public Library.

Rebellion of 1837-38

a bibliography of the sources of information in the Public Reference Library of the City of Toronto, Canada.

by Toronto Public Library.

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Published by Public Library of Toronto in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Toronto Public Library -- Catalogs.,
  • Canada -- History -- Rebellion, 1837-1838 -- Bibliography

  • Edition Notes

    Compiled by Miss Frances Staton.

    ContributionsStaton, Frances M. 1863-1947.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ1385 T6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination81 p. ;
    Number of Pages81
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17194226M

    The Lower Canada Rebellion (French: rébellion du Bas-Canada), commonly referred to as the Patriots' War (French: Guerre des patriotes) in French, is the name given to the armed conflict in –38 between the rebels of Lower Canada (now southern Quebec) and its British colonial power. Together with the simultaneous rebellion in the neighbouring colony of Upper Canada (now southern Ontario Location: Lower Canada, present-day Quebec. Rebel Leaders: Louis Papineau & Robert Nelson Papineau was a rebel leader from Lower Canada. He was a member of the seigneurial class. He helped create the final form of the 92 Resolutions, which was the little push the public needed to start to rebel. When the fighting broke.

    The Causes and Reasons for the Rebellion of The rebellions of Upper and Lower Canada were in the interests of self-government but were doomed to failure from their beginning. Each of these two colonies encountered a great deal of problems right from the institution of the Constituti. Teach the causes, personalities and consequences of rebellions of in Upper and Lower Canada. Students will recognize the nature of change and conflict, different ways of creating change, and methods of resolving conflicts. Seven complete lesson pl.

    The Rebellions of - The rebellions in Lower Canada that took place in were aimed at gaining greater independence from Great Britain. The cause of the rebellions were numerous. The book was awarded the John A. MacDonald award for best book by the Canadian Historical Association ↑ "The Last Chapter of the Atlantic Revolution: The –38 Rebellions in .


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Rebellions ofalso known as Rebellions of –38, rebellions mounted in –38 in each colony of Upper and Lower Canada against the British Crown and the political status quo. The revolt in Lower Canada was the more serious and violent of the two. However, both events inspired the pivotal Durham Report, which in turn led to the union of the two colonies and the arrival of.

BOOK - Rebellion Losses of Upper Canada (Ontario) Published by Provincial Parliament, Montreal, Book-on-CD Edition. A comprehensive source for names of the claimants and their losses during the Rebellion of in Upper Canada including subsequent restitution amounts or rejection of claims in whole or in part.

The book is not just any information dump; it gives a strong thesis with hard facts about the rebellion. Redcoats And Patriotes: The Rebellions In Lower Canada, 38 Buy Now. BOOK - Patriotes, Reformers, Rebels and Raiders, Tracing your ancestors during the 'troublous' times in Upper and Lower Canada By Kenneth G.

Cox Published by Kenneth G. Cox, Toronto This detailed book identifies and explains Rebellion of historical records, including transcribed lists of many of the players in this often ignored chapter of Canada's history.

The British responded to the uprisings by invoking emergency legislation. Martial law was declared in Upper and Lower Canada, which allowed the governor in Lower Canada to put aside elected legislators and judges who were sympathetic to his political opponents.

THE REBELLION OF A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SOURCES OF INFORMATION IN THE PUBLIC REFERENCE LIBRARY OF THE CITY OF TORONTO, CANADA. [none stated] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Besterman Preface by George H. Locke, Chief Librarian.

Bibliography of literature relating to the uprising of   Elinor Kyte Senior, Redcoats and Patriotes: The Rebellions in Lower Canada (). Colin Read and Ronald J. Stagg, The Rebellion of in. The Canadian Rebellion of Paperback – January 1, by Orrin Edward Tiffany (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ Author: Orrin Edward Tiffany. Canada - Canada - The rebellions of – Political unrest developed in both Upper and Lower Canada soon after the War of Some of the causes were similar, rooted in the governing structure imposed by the constitution, while other causes developed from each colony’s particular character.

In both colonies, effective government was in the hands of the lieutenant governor and an. The first shots — in what is generally known as the Rebellion — were fired a month later.

On 23 Novemberthe first contingent of patriotes — as the rebels in Lower Canada were known — attacked imperial troops stationed at Saint-Denis-sur-Richelieu, northeast of Montréal.

The rebellions of that took place in Lower and Upper Canada were enacted over lack of political reforms. This essay will explore the causes, actions and consequences of the rebellions by examining the tensions between settlers and the British crown. In doing so, this essay will argue the t.

As a new society unfolds, so do new values and authority. InGeorge Orwell presents a futuristic vision of the power of government as well as its social conventions. Primarily, Orwell uses Winston Smith to exhibit the effects that government control can have on morality.

Winston lives in Oceania where “The Party” exploits its complete. Rebellion of [Toronto] Public Library of Toronto, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, Local government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Frances M Staton; Toronto Public Library.

There is a chance that George may be a son of James (i.e. a grandson of John and Margaret), but is mentioned in a history book on the family as a son of John and Margaret. Then the rebellion of /38 occurred. In Upper Canada the "Reformers" were demanding an elected and responsible legislative council and they arose against the "Family Compact".

In any case, this document betrayed the true character of the movement ofa bourgeois-democratic movement directed not against “the English” but against British tyranny.

In the end, the Patriot movement of Lower Canada was annihilated before it even had time to prepare a real insurrection, except for a few adventures insuch Author: Julien Arseneau. The Lower Canada rebellions of –38, are used to show that the development of markets reduces the cost of rebelling.

• Using data from the census, we show that the likelihood of rebellions increases with market development (proxied by absolute price difference between one area and the main Atlantic port cities of the colony).Author: Vincent Geloso, Vadim Kufenko. This book is the first of two volumes devoted to the history of law in Canada.

This volume begins at a time just prior to European contact and continues to the s, while volume two will start with Confederation and end at approximately Revolutions across Borders demonstrates that the Canadian Rebellion of was a major. La rébellion de ou Réponse de M.C.A.

Globensky à M.L.O. David [microforme] by Globensky, C. (Charles Auguste Maximilien) Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *.

The Lower Canada Rebellion (French: La rébellion du Bas-Canada), commonly referred to as the Patriots' War (French: la Guerre des patriotes) by Quebecers, is the name given to the armed conflict in between the rebels of Lower Canada (now Quebec).

The War of and Upper Canadian Rebellion of This programme supports the Ontario Curriculum learning expectations of Grade 7 -History: British North America, and Conflict and ing with the Loyalist migration that followed the American Revolution, students will learn about the War of and the Upper Canadian Rebellion of.

Get this from a library! Red coats and patriotes: the rebellions in lower Canada [Elinor Kyte Senior].Escape to the United States. By December and Januarymembers of the rebellions of –38 had suffered defeats at the hands of British and Loyalist forces.

Rebels and rebel leaders, such as William Lyon Mackenzie, Ludger Duvernay, Robert Nelson and Louis-Joseph Papineau, sought refuge in such states as New York and leaders attempted to get assistance from Americans.He is author or editor of several works on the social and political history of nineteenth century Ontario, including " The Rising in Western Upper Canada, The Duncombe Revolt and After" () and "The Rebellion of in Upper Canada" ().