The Unknown Country, Canada and Her People

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Index
Aberhart, William, 303
Abitation, of Champlain, 30, 31
Acadians, 183, 187-206
Adams, Samuel, 115
Aiken, Carol, 319
Alabama, 162
"A la Claire Fontaine", 53
Alaska, 164, 367, 368; boundary dispute, 164-165, 172; panhandle, 65, 326
Alberta, 141, 303, 306
Alexander, Sir William, 198-199
Algonquin, 210
Algonquin Park, 153
Allison Pass, 327
"Alouette, Gentille Alouette", 52
America, 3, 29, passim. See also United States
American Revolution, 61, 72, 113, 119, 120, 160, 183, 184, 198, 223, 242
Americans, 66, 67; compared with Canadians, 67-68, 70-71, passim. See also United States
Amherst, 198
Anne of Green Gables (quoted), 243 "Angelus, The," 49
Anglo-Japanese Treaty, 264
Annapolis, Nova Scotia, 195, 197, 201
Annapolis Royal, 196
Anne, Queen, 195
Anse au Foulon, 26
Anse-à-Valleau, 209
Antigonish, 202, 203
Antler Creek, 354
Argentine, 254
Arnold, Benedict, 235
Arnoux, Dr., 26
Arrow Lake, 317
Ashcroft, B. C., 43, 351, 362
Assiniboine, 210
Athens, 223
Atlantic City, 31
Audubon, 227
Austria, 48, 276
Australia, 143
Autonia, Gregoria Remona, 196
Babines, 371
Baldwin, Robert, 120, 122, 128, 260, 281
Balfour, Arthur, 127
Balfour Declaration, 127
Balkans, 276
Banff, 317
Bank of Canada, 101, 102
Bank of Montreal, 74
Banting, 133
Barbeau, Marius, 53
Barker House (Fredericton), 228
Barkerville, B. C., 354, 363-367
Barlow, Jim, 247, 248
Battle of the Atlantic, 194, 240
Battle of Omdurman, 49
Battle of the Plains, 1759, 14, 24-26
Baya Fonda, 241
Bay of Chaleur, 242, 243
Bay of Fundy, 5, 35, 45, 183, 188, 189, 194, 209, 236, 238-245
Bay of Heat, 243
Bay of Quinte, 153
Beacon Hill Park ( Victoria), 334, 336
Beaupré, 54-56
Beaverbrook, Lord, 236
Beaver Dam, 160
Bédard family, 51
Bedford Basin, 212, 216
Begbie, Judge, 366
Bellineau, Louis, 187
Bellineau's Cove, 183, 187
Bennett, Lord, 99
Berlin, 261

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword vii
  • Contents ix
  • My Country 3
  • Chapter One - Chez Garneau 6
  • Mother of Canada 21
  • Canadian Spring 43
  • Chapter Three - The Wood Choppers 46
  • Letter from Montreal to Young Lady With Violets 61
  • Chapter Four - Ville Marie 64
  • The Tower 77
  • Chapter Five - Three O'Clock, Ottawa Time 79
  • Leaves Falling, Dead Men Calling 107
  • Chapter Six - Made in Canada 110
  • The Ready Way to Canada 129
  • Chapter Seven - The Wedge 132
  • Mrs. Noggins 155
  • Chapter Eight General Brock's Bloody Hill 158
  • Winter 179
  • Chapter Nine - Wood, Wind, Water 182
  • The Names of Canada 209
  • Chapter Ten - Sailors' Town 211
  • The Queer Lady 219
  • Chapter Eleven - The Home Town 222
  • The Trees 231
  • Chapter Twelve - Fundy's Children 234
  • The Geese 247
  • Chapter Thirteen - The Frontiersman 249
  • The Canadian 269
  • Chapter Fourteen - The Men in Sheepskin Coats 272
  • Father's Plow 289
  • Chapter Fifteen - Drought and Glut 292
  • Never Go Back 309
  • She's Quiet Tonight 329
  • Chapter Seventeen - The Lotus Eaters 332
  • The Buckskin 351
  • Chapter Eighteen - Cariboo Road 353
  • Index 375
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