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Nov 11

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Department
History
Course Code
HIS263Y1
Professor
Mc Kim/ Penfold

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Nov 11, 2010
HIS263Y1
Economy & Society in Mid-Nineteenth-Century BNA
I. The 'Great Unraveling'
- the 'fiery fifties', emergence of political deadlock
II. Religious Development
- emergence of a 'Protestant culture'; religious tensions
III. Economic Developments
- the 'empire of the St. Lawrence'; reciprocity with the United States
I. A) The 'Fiery Fifties'
- rouges
- 'clear Grits'; George Brown
- 'rep by pop'
B) Beginning of Political Deadlock
- John A. Macdonald, G.E. Cartier
A) - developments in education: public system comes into place in 1840's
- municipal gov'ts also strengthened
- mid & late 1840's when ppl making case for rep gov't
- 1850s chara not by compromise & consolation but of tension and animosity
- evident in Can E & Can W
- Rouges (Reds) Can E: derive energy/infulence from...
threaten stability of Baldwin/La Fontaine gov't but always in the minority
- Clear Grits Can W
threatening Baldwin/Lafontaine gov't too
led by George Brown
wanted more change and evolution in United Canadian Colony
wanted 'rep by pop'
- pop Can W larger than Can E & was growing at a faster rate bc cont. trans atlantic
British migration
- more ppl should mean greater rep.
- Clear Grits thought current equal rep = unfair
B) - developed into political deadlock (no decisions could be made)
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Nov 11, 2010 HIS263Y1 Economy & Society in Mid-Nineteenth-Century BNA I. The Great Unraveling - the fiery fifties, emergence of political deadlock II. Religious Development - emergence of a Protestant culture; religious tensions III. Economic Developments - the empire of the St. Lawrence; reciprocity with the United States I. A) The Fiery Fifties - rouges - clear Grits; George Brown - rep by pop B) Beginning of Political Deadlock - John A. Macdonald, G.E. Cartier A) - developments in education: public system comes into place in 1840s - municipal govts also strengthened - mid & late 1840s when ppl making case for rep govt - 1850s chara not by compromise &
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