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nov 18

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HIS263Y1
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Mc Kim/ Penfold

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HIS 263 November 18, 2010
Newfoundland, the Northwest and the North to the Mid Nineteenth Century
Major Themes
1.Newfoundland
a.Similar yet different
2.The northwest and the north economic imperialism and cultural change
a.European fur traders are pushed westward
3.Newfoundland
a.Discouraging settlement 1610
i.Dont want English merchants in the cod fishery or large scale
immigrants tempted to become fishermen
ii.Treated as a sub colony
iii.500 English speaking people
iv.Some legal control other imperial powers want to exploit the cod stocks
v.Awknowledge that they are a colony
vi.2300 to 20k population St. Johns
vii.St. Johns Newfoundland
viii.Rule of the admirals
1. Irradicte form of law
2.
b.Disappearance of the Beothuk
i.Algiounian speaking part of north eastern region
ii.Shawnadithit
c.Political change
i.William carson and Patrick morris
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HIS 263 November 18, 2010 Newfoundland, the Northwest and the North to the Mid Nineteenth Century Major Themes 1. Newfoundland a. Similar yet different 2. The northwest and the north economic imperialism and cultural change a. European fur traders are pushed westward 3. Newfoundland a. Discouraging settlement 1610 i. Dont want English merchants in the cod fishery or large scale immigrants tempted to become fishermen ii. Treated as a sub colony iii. 500 English speaking people iv. Some leg
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