Canada and the United States: Some Aspects of Their Historical Relations

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CANADA and the UNITED STATES
Some Aspects of Their Historical Relations

Hugh LL. Keenleyside, M.A., PH.D., LL.D.

REVISED AND ENLARGED EDITION PREPARED BY

Hugh LL. Keenleyside AND Gerald S. Brown, PH.D.

INTRODUCTION BY W. P. M. KENNEDY, M.A., LITT.D.

PROFESSOR OF LAW AND POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

NEW YORK: Alfred·A·Knopf: 1952

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Canada and the United States: Some Aspects of Their Historical Relations
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Introduction vii
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgments xvii
  • Contents xxi
  • Map, Tables, and Charts xxv
  • I - Canada and the American Revolution 3
  • 1 - The Background of the Revolution 3
  • 2 - Canada after the British Conquest 7
  • 3 - Canada and the Committees of Correspondence 14
  • 4 - The American Invasion of Canada 17
  • 5 - The Assault on Quebec 22
  • 7 - The Final Defeat 26
  • 8 - The Denouement 28
  • II - The Influence of the United Empire Loyalists 32
  • 1 - The Loyalists 32
  • 2 - The Treatment of the Loyalists 35
  • 3 - The Emigration of the Loyalist 39
  • 4 - 9352246 42
  • 5 - The Loyalist Tradition 45
  • III - The War of 1812 47
  • 1 - The Causes of the War 47
  • 2 - The Canadian Attitude toward the War of 1812 53
  • 3 - The Attitude of the United States 59
  • 4 - Waging the War 64
  • 5 - The Results of the War 77
  • IV - Moments of Crisis 80
  • 1 - Introduction 80
  • 2 81
  • 3 - The Caroline Incident 89
  • 4 - The Annexation Movement of 1849 92
  • 5 - American Civil War and The Fenian Raids 111
  • 6 - British Columbia--Annexation Or Confederation? 126
  • V - Major Boundary Disputes 137
  • 1 - Introduction 137
  • 2 - The Northeastern Boundary 138
  • 3 - The Oregon Boundary 152
  • 4 - The Alaskan Boundary 171
  • VI - Minor Boundary Disputes 190
  • 1 - Introduction 190
  • VII - The Fisheries Controversy 211
  • 1 - A Century of Contention 211
  • 2 - The Washington Incident 219
  • 3 - The treaty of Washington 222
  • 4 - the Hague Tribunal 229
  • VIII - One Hundred Years Of Commercial Intercourse 250
  • 1 - Reciprocity and Tariffs, 1854-1911 250
  • 2 - Reprocity in 1911 265
  • 3 - The First World War and The Twenties 276
  • 4 - Depression and Reciprocal Trade Agreements 287
  • IX - Immigration and Emigration 303
  • 1 - Introduction 303
  • 3 - American Immigration into Canada 322
  • x - The Effects of the First World War 342
  • 1 - Canada and American Neutrality, 1914-17 342
  • 2 - The War Partnership and Its Aftermath 351
  • XI - The Second World War and After 361
  • 1 - Introduction 361
  • 2 363
  • 3 366
  • 4 - Economic Co-Operation 371
  • 5 - Scientific Co-operation 381
  • 6 - Political Relations 383
  • 7 - Relations after the Second World War 385
  • 8 - Retrospect 395
  • Selected Bibliography 401
  • Index i
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