INDEX
A
Acadia, 16, 17, 20, 26, 47; surrender to Britain ( 1713), 53, 65
Acadians, 56-58
Alaska Boundary Award, 139
Alberta, creation of, 147
Alexander, Sir William ( Earl of Stirling), 18
Algonkin Indians, 21-22
Alleghanies, 50
American Independence, War of, 83-90
Annapolis, Basin of, 16, 81
Annapolis Royal (Port Royal), 16, 47, 56, 58-59
Appalachian Mountains, 17, 26
Arctic Territory, 168; defence of, 171
Argall, Captain Samuel, 17
Arnold, Benedict, 85
Austrian Succession, War of, 58
Aztecs, 22
B.
Baldwin, Robert, 125
Balfour, Lord, 161
Blachford, Lord (as Frederic Rogers, permanent under- secretary of state for colonies ( 1860-71), 116
Bodelsen, C. A., 117
Borden, Sir Robert, 155-159, 176
Bourassa, Henri, 149
Brebner, J.B., 131, 157
Briand, Monseigneur, 68
British Columbia, creation of, 129; enters federation, 131; discontent in, 136; naval protection of, 146; attitude to Privy Council appeals, 163
British north America Act ( 1867), 131, 136-137, 162
Brittany, 18
Brown, George, 134
C
Canada, boundary settlements of, 19, 39, 64, 67, 72, 89-90, 139, 149; distinctive culture in, 10, 177; an unwelcome conquest ( 1763), 65; lack of unity of, 9, 126, 175-176; Act of Union, Upper and Lower Canada ( 1840), 111-112, 124; race division in, 9, 135, 153, 155, 157-158, 165; population of ( 1939) 165; ( 1949), 168; influence of United States on, 10, 139-141, 159, 169-173; resources of 105-106; British heritage in, 166; garrisons in, 108, 116-117; trade with Britain, 173; Corn Act ( 1843), 114; federation of, 131; "National Policy" of ( 1878), 140; opening of the West, 147-148; conscription issue in, 157, 167-168
Canadian National Railways, 148
Canadian Pacific Railway, 142- 143
Carignan-Salières, regiment of, 34
Carleton, Sir Guy ( Lord Dorchester), 67-72, 84-85, 91, 105
Cartier, Georges, 125, 134
Cartier, Jacques, 13-14, 23
Castlereagh, Lord, 108
Chamberlain, Joseph, 146, 155
Champlain, Lake, 48, 50, 55, 61, 84, 100-101
Champlain, Samuel de, 16-17, 19-21, 36, 48, 62

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