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Class 14

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Department
Elementary Education
Course Code
EDEE 280
Professor
Paul Zanazanian

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Class 14: The British Presence in Canada Leading up to the War of 1812: Politics and Society  Upper Canada, 1791-1812 o Loyalist immigration  went to NS & On (Great Lakes) o John Graves Simcoe (1752-1806)  1 lieutenant governor (1791-1796)  wanted to increase immigration  wanted to maintain power so offered land to those who would be loyal to him  they became elite  settled in York (Toronto) o daily life  majority lived in country  children in private schools  women = perfect housewives  charity important  Lower Canada, 1791-1812 o Loyalists (merchants) & English-speaking (minority) elite in Quebec  20 000 settled in English townships  from New England o the timber trade  became the new oil industry  invested in this to make money  purchased seigneuries due to that  1770  74% exports from fur trade  1810  74% exports from timber o the French speaking majority  rise of professional elite
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