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Begining to Canadian History

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History
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HISB40H3
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HISB40
Lecture 5
Oct.25, 2010
Upper and Lower Canada(1791), 1775-1812
The American Invasion, 1775-6
The American invitation
oThey sent people to sell the idea of the American dream or way
The response of Guy Carleton and the habitants
oCarleton hoped the Quebec act would be good enough to solidify the French
Canadians
oWhen he called out the militia, they did not come out to support him
oHe retreated from Montreal to Quebec
Assault on Quebec
oRichard Montgomery and Benedict Arnold
oThe Fall of 1775 Quebec was attacked
oThe Americans has the numerical advantage
oThe American forces became disorientated by the snow storm
o400 Americans were captured
oSpring 1776 the British reinforcements arrived causing the Americans to go
back to their colonies
The Loyalist Influx, 1783-84
‘United Empire Loyalist
o55 hundred English loyalist
o200 loyalist Iroquois
Loyalist Iroquois
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oJoseph Brant
Mohawk Chief
Land treaties with Anishinabeg
Quebec: a French or English colony
Constitutional Act, 1791
Separated Quebec into Upper/Lower Canada
Freehold land:
o1/7 to Government
o1/7 to Protestant clergy
Anglican church
Governor
oLegislative Council Executive Council
Lower Canada had the Governor General
Upper Canada had a Lieutenant Governor who was elected by the
Governor General
Elected Assembly
oThey had open ballots
Lower Canada, 1791-1812
Population growth
o160 thousand people
o95% lived on the land
Economic growth
Pierre Bedard (picture)
oWas the editor of the newspaper called the little canadien
oWas in elected politic
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HISB40 Lecture 5 Oct.25, 2010 Upper and Lower Canada(1791), 1775-1812 The American Invasion, 1775-6 The American invitation o They sent people to sell the idea of the American dream or way The response of Guy Carleton and the habitants o Carleton hoped the Quebec act would be good enough to solidify the French Canadians o When he called out the militia, they did not come out to support him o He retreated from Montreal to Quebec Assault on Quebec o Richard Montgomery and Benedict Arnold o The Fall of 1775 Quebec was attacked o The Americans has the numerical advantage o The American forces became disorientated by the snow storm o 400 Americans were captured o Spring 1776 the British reinforcements arrived causing the Americans to go back to their colonies The Loyalist Influx, 1783-84 United Empire Loyalist o 55 hundred English loyalist o 200 loyalist Iroquois Loyalist Iroquois www.notesolution.com
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