The Evolution of French Canada

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INDEX
Agricultural expansion, 229; French Canadian aptitude for farming, 230, 231, 242, 243; Anglo-Canadian abandonment of, 231; schools of agriculture, 232, 235; Government cooperation in, 233- 237; forestry, 235; women, schools and clubs for, 236; apiculture, 237; Association of Maple Sugar Producers, 238; success in, 239; transformation, of the farmer, 240.
Almanacs, 339-341.
Anger, Mlle. Félicité, 342, 343.
Anglican Church, early British support of, 46, 47; clergy, honoraria of, 46; missionary work of, 47.
Annexation to United States, Upper Canadian sentiment for, 110, 111.
Architecture, church, 388, 389, 391- 394; civic, 389-391.
Archives, Quebec, 143; Laval University, 306, 350-353.
Arnold, Benedict, asked thirty square miles of land, 38.
Art, French Canadian aptitude for, 387; in the Churches, 387-394; architecture, 388-394; sculpture, 389, 390, 394-397; painting, 397- 402; music, 403, 404; schools of, 404; essential importance of, 405.
Bagot, Sir Charles, 106.
Baldwin and La Fontaine, platform of, 107; ministry of, 111, 112.
Barbeau, Marius, 333, 352.
Béique, Senator, 253.
Belcourt, Senator, 319.
Belleau, Sir Narcisse, 121.
Bishops, Catholic, leadership of, 268; growing moderation of, 270; power of, 267-271, 273.
Borden, Sir Robert, alliance with Bourassa, 132.
Bouchette, Joseph, references to, 37, work of, 353.
Bourassa, Henri, 132, 327, 348.
Bourassa, Napoléon, 342, 348, 401.
Bourgeoys, Marguerite, 18, 26, 27.
British Colonists, early settlements, 20, 21; character of, 55-58, 61; enriched by outlays of the Government, 36, 37; by acquisition of seigniories, 37, 38; by land grants, 38-40; by sale of alcohol, 40; by railway speculations, 41; by transfer of Hudson Bay property, 43; by claims paid to Loyalists, 43; by indemnities after war of 1812, 44; by military expenses, 44; by English investments, 45; helped by high grade English immigrants, 48; ascendancy not due to ethnological, but to economic and political causes, 54.
British Constructive work, germ of political education, 81; aroused commercial spirit among natives, 156; improved and made new water ways, 158; railway achievements, 158, 159; colossal means of handling, storing and transporting food, 162; great industrial development, 163; Hudson Bay Railway, 164; banking, 164; practical examples of trades, 164; introduced their political institutions, 164; helped social transformation, 165; brought over men of superior training, 166; created great universities, 167, 168; imported superior clergymen, 169; sent 600,000 brave men to the front, 170; gave freedom to French Canadians, 188; new impulses to agriculture, 240.
Brodeur, Hon. Louis Philippe, 331.

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