A History of Canada: Dominion of the North

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Index
Abbot, Douglas, 556
Abenaki Indians, 110, 125; raid frontier settlements of New England, 100, 101
Abercromby, General James, Montcalm defeats, at Ticonderoga, 140
Aberhart, William, 494-495
Abitibi River, 68, 95
Abyssinia, 500, 501, 502
Acadia, 31, 59, 62, 75, 95, 100; early conditions in, 25-26, 43-45; James I disregards French claims to, 32; second English attack on, 49-50; Colbert negotiates return of, to France, 56; population of, 73; feudalism disappears in, 77; in War of the Spanish Succession, 101; New England attempts retaliation in, 102; divided between England and France by Treaty of Utrecht, 104, 105, 106, 118; missionary activities in, 125; education in, 127; importance of, in Atlantic system, 130; British complete mastery of, 140
Acadia College, Baptist, 209
Acadians, refuse to migrate to Isle Royale, 106-107; refuse British oath of allegiance, 109-110; influence on, on English rule in Nova Scotia, 121-122; granted religious freedom by Treaty of Utrecht, 124; British attempt to anglicize, 134; removal of, from Nova Scotia, 137, 148; return to Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, 206, 208, 209, 210, 212
Accommodation, steamer, 227
Adams, John, 166, 168, 169, 184
Addis Ababa, Italy captures, 502
Adolf Hitler Line, Canadians break, 534
Aeronautics Case of 1932, 498
Agriculture, neglected by early settlers in Quebec, 32, 81; growth of, in New France, 60-61, 74-75, 79; in Louisiana, 112; development of, in west, 112, 279, 387; Loyalists foster, 180; decline of, in New Brunswick, 209-210; in Upper Canada, 216-217; Civil War gives impetus to, in Province of Canada, 293; post-war agrarian unrest, 456-458; supplanted by industry in inter-war period, 520
Aix-la-Chapelle, Peace of, 133
Alabama claims, 314, 318, 319, 320
Alabama, privateer, 298
Alaska, United States purchases, 314; boundary controversy, 389, 390, 402-410, 430
Alaska highway, construction of, 527
Albanel, Father, 71
Albany, New York, 111-112, 113, 160
Albany, Fort, 96, 100, 114
Albany River, 68
Alberta, Province of, 411, 413, 414 417-418, 472, 495
Alexander I, Czar of Russia, 192
Alexander, Sir William, see Stirling, earl of
Alexander, Sir William, the Younger, heads colonist of the Nova Scotia, 35
Algonkin Indians, 12, 23, 27, 28, 48
Allan, Sir Hugh, 227-228, 333-334, 348
Allan Line, 333, 401
Allegheny Mountains, 147
Allegheny River, 136
Allen, Colonel, 171
Allouez, Father, 65, 70-71, 72
Allumette Lake, 27
Alverstone, Lord, 408-409
American Civil War, see Civil War, American
American Federation of Labor, 421
American Revolution, 157, 196, 204, 205; and movement for continental unity, 158; Nova Scotia's posi

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