3 edition of Toronto 1840-1860 found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Statement||by Barrie Drummond Dyster.|
|Series||Canadian theses on microfilm -- no. 9135.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2, ix, 470,  leaves.|
|Number of Pages||470|
, White Prejudice, Blacks Anti-Slavery and School Reform Masters of Arts, History of Education, Alexandra Carmen-Rosa Suzette Vinci Department of Theory and Policy Studies in Education University of Toronto Abstract Between the years and , white prejudice played an important role in shaping. Newmarket was incorporated as a village in with a population of , with Donald Sutherland as the first reeve. In , Robert Simpson co-opened "Simpson & Trent Groceries, Boots, Shoes and Dry Goods" in downtown Newmarket, the first store in what would become the Simpsons department store chain. In , Newmarket became a town with a population of
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WIDMER, CHRISTOPHER, physician, surgeon, army officer, medical educator and administrator, justice of the peace, office holder, and politician; b. 15 May in or near High Wycombe, England; m. first 27 Nov. Emily Sarah Bignell; they had no known children; m. secondly c. Hannah —, and they had two sons, one of whom died in infancy, and two daughters; d. 3 May in Toronto. But he was determined to continue learning and he trudged home from the public library with books on philosophy, religion and economics as well as general literature. D.S. SHEA, "The Irish Immigrant Adjustment to Toronto, ," Canadian Catholic Historical Association Study .
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To Toronto: by Rev. SHEA, M.A.,Doctoral Candidate, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education "The founders Toronto 1840-1860 book Toronto and of the Province were ardent Loyalists.
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2 July in Montreal, son of Thomas Whittemore, nail-maker, and Priscilla Belding, both from New England; m. 6 April Margaret Johnston, and they had six children (one of whom died in infancy); d. 19 Feb. in Toronto. Ezekiel Francis Whittemore began his commercial career in Montreal in the s but his first modest.
ABLES, George Toronto Oswegotchie District, & Book Agent, Editor of the Christian Advocate, Missionary Secretary, In he was a delegate to the General Conference, and with the exception of was a delegate to every General Conference until In he published a history of the Methodist.
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As the US Civil War was raging, between and Canada was involved in its own series of military events. The large British Army presence in Canada, due largely to the tensions caused by the Civil War; the Fenian Raids of and ; and the Red River Expedition have often been overshadowed by events south of the border.
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12 July. in Belfast (Northern Ireland), son of Andrew and Margaret McCord; tte Taylor, and they had six daughters and one son; d. 5 Sept. in Toronto, Ont. Andrew Taylor McCord attended the Royal Belfast Academical Institution at the same time as Francis Hincks before immigrating to Upper Canada with his family at.
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