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Begining to Canadian History

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HISB40H3
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HISB40
Lecture 6
Nov.1, 2010
Fending off the Americans, 1813
Burning York
Stoney Creek and Beaver Dams
oLaura Secord
Upper Canadian women living in the Niagara region
She overheard America officers talking about a secret invasion
She trekked 30 km to tell a Canadian commander of the invasion
oIn September of 1813 the Americans got control of the great lakes
Moraviantown
oHenry Procter
oWilliam Henry Harrison
Chateauguay
oCharles de Salaberry
Lead a heroic defence against the Americans
To a Bloody Conclusion, 1814
Lundys Lane
oOver 2000 soldiers on each side
oFought over night in the cemetery
oIt was a hot night, and the smoke just hung in the air
oThere was a lot of friendly fire cause they could not see who they were firing
at
oBoth sides experienced 50% casualty
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Burning of Washington
Treaty of Ghent December 25th, 1814
oRestore things to the situation before the war
The War of 1812s impact on Upper Canada
Economic boost
oLocal merchant supplied a lot to the war
Loyalist Myth
oThe war was won because of heroic Canadian citizens
The Family Compact
oFiercely anti American
oStrong toward economic progress
oLoyal to the British crown
oGoverned Upper Canada for awhile
oclose to the Lieutenant governor
opro British pro governor conservative party
ohad a majority of seats in the elective assembly
othe control of the assembly diminished
Growth in Upper Canada after, 1815
Population increase
oBritish stock’
oLoyalist from America that came up were the bulk in Upper Canada before
the War of 1812
oEnglish, Scottish, Irish and Welsh were the people who came over from the
British Isle
Agriculture, timber
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HISB40 Lecture 6 Nov.1, 2010 Fending off the Americans, 1813 Burning York Stoney Creek and Beaver Dams o Laura Secord Upper Canadian women living in the Niagara region She overheard America officers talking about a secret invasion She trekked 30 km to tell a Canadian commander of the invasion o In September of 1813 the Americans got control of the great lakes Moraviantown o Henry Procter o William Henry Harrison Chateauguay o Charles de Salaberry Lead a heroic defence against the Americans To a Bloody Conclusion, 1814 Lundys Lane o Over 2000 soldiers on each side o Fought over night in the cemetery o It was a hot night, and the smoke just hung in the air o There was a lot of friendly fire cause they could not see who they were firing at o Both sides experienced 50% casualty www.notesolution.com
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