Upper Canada, 1812-1837

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Alright, we"re looking at stuff from the war of 1812 to the rebellions of 1837. Okay, in major themes of the course, we"re now moving away from the first two themes: Canada as a colonial project and canada"s history as it relates to, well, other places. We"re now looking at politics and governance and the move towards confederation. You know a good deal about trans-atlantic british migrations in the 19th century, that starts now, from england. Another thing that happened was that american immigration basically stopped. There were two reasons one, they wanted lands in the west, where it was lest cold; and two, the canadian government didn"t want them there stopped doling out land to them, etc. The only significant migration was that of escaped slaves. But yeah, big site of british immigration by 1842, 1/3 of all people in upper canada had been born in britain. After the war of 1812, the population of upper canada was.

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