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The amazing timeline of 1713-1800
Transcript of The amazing timeline of 1713-1800
The amazing timeline of 1713-1800
Who discovered Canada and
Expulsion of the
The expulsions of the Acadia's was also known as the great expulsions. The great expulsion happened in 1755 and ended after the seven years of war in 1764. The British forced the Acadia people from Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Maritime provinces, and P.EI. The British at first deported some Acadia's to the thirteen colonies and after 1758 they deported around 11,500 Acadia's. In 1764 were officially allowed to move back to Nova Scotia, from places like France and Britain, - www.wikipedia.com - http://www.whitepinepictures.com
The Seven Years Of
The seven years of war happened between 1756 and 1763. It was known to be the Indian and the British war. The war was between the French and the brutish and they were fighting all over North America. Some of these places are Boston USA, Halifax Canada, And New York USA. The seven years of war was all over the worldwide, but it started in North America. The armies moved to many places thru Canada and the USA. - www.thecandianencyclopedia.com
Battle plains of Abarham!!!
The Battle plains of Abraham took place in the seven years of war. It is best known as the battle of Quebec. This battle began in September of 1759. This battle was between the British army and Navy, and the French army. General James Wolfe was the General of the British army and he was responsible for leading the British army and Navy to overcome the French army, In Quebec. Both of the commanders from each side, including General James Wolfe died in this battle, from wounds sustained in the battle. After that the French army were never able to recapture Quebec. After that they lost control of New France. - www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca
The royal proclamation
The Royal proclamation was issued by king George the third. His issue was to establish a basis for the government of North American. It was formally ceded by the Treaty of Paris that was between France and Britain. - www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca
Pontiac's rebellion started in 1763. This was the began when a Native American warriors under Ottawa chief Pontiac attacking the British force at Detroit. The forces of Pontiac's lost and then retreated back to Ottawa and was reinforced by the people of: Wyandots, Ojibwas, and Potawantamis. This regrouping took many months to create a big army. This conflict happened between the time of the seven years of war when the British and the French also known as the Indian and British war. When the seven years of war was still going on the British army allowed access to Pontiac’s army to a lake near Detroit to discuss a treaty or agreement of peace with Detroit. That was Pontiac's rebellion. - WWW.HISTORY.COM
Treaty of paris.
The treaty of Paris was in 1763 when 3 countries were involved. These countries were France, Britain, and Spain. This treaty plays a big part in the seven years of war because it ENDED the war. In ended the European conflict in North America. This treaty also the basis for the modern country of Canada. Two of the Nations returned much of the land they took away. The British gained many of the Frenches possessions in North America. - www.wikepedia.com – www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca - http://faculty.marianopolis.edu/
Jacques Cartier discovered Canada in 1534. Jacques Cartier was a man who was a mariner working in a small seaport in France. He was known to be a man with many skills like perseverance and courage. He sailed the Atlantic ocean, also discovering different places that they didn’t know about. That is who discovered Canada and when. – www.wikepedia.com – www.canadahistory.com
Treaty of Peace and
The treaty of peace and friendship was signed to the British and Aboriginal people. It was signed when the British first arrived in Canada and they wanted more supplies and land. This was signed so that once the British would start taking this resources and the Aboriginals didn't want them to they couldn't go to war because of the peace treaty. Basically the British were just using the Aboriginal people to get their things and not have a war.
The Niagara treaty was created in 1764 and that had created a new covenant chain Britain and the Aboriginal people that lived west of the great lakes. This treaty included some of the people that the British were in war with. These people were the: Algonquin, Huron, and Iroquois. This Treaty grew out of the Royal proclamation of 1763 that proposed fair and voluntary land dealings between the British and the Aboriginals.
The Quebec act of 1774 was the act of a British statute that received royal assent in 1774 and became effective in 1775. This act was to enlarge the provinces of Quebec. This also included some of the Aboriginal land south of the great lakes. This colony was to be governed by a governor and a council consisting of 17-23 people in the council. Religious freedom was guaranteed for the colonies with a majority of Roman catholic religion people. That was the Quebec act of 1774-1775. - www.thecanadianencyclopedia.catatute
The American revolution.
The American revolution started in 1975. It started by the American rebel forces coming into Canada and attacking Quebec. Some of the American privateers even raided some of Atlantic ports. In Nova Scotia a rebel group was assembled made by revolutionary people and sympathizers to rebel against the American's. Although the rebels lost the fight against the American's on home soil, The American's won their war of independence, By the Britain's sparking another invasion made by a group of loyalist emigration that managed to make-up of Canada. That was the American revolution.
The constitutional act of
The constitutional act of 1791 was the division of Quebec. It was called Upper Canada and Lower Canada. The lower part of Canada contained parts of New France from the eastern edge as far west as the Ottawa river. The Upper part of Canada contained the areas of the Ottawa river to the boundary formed by Lakes: Ontario, Erie, Huron, and the north shore of superior. In Upper Canada and Lower Canada would have a lieutenant-governor for each Canada. People in Lower Canada who had land got to keep it because they held it under seigniorial or the freehold system. Some of the existing first nation grants of land were not available for settlers to move into. -Grade 7 History book.
The Jay Treaty?
The Jay treaty was assembled in 1794. It was between the British and the Americans. It was signed so that the Americans could create a sound national economy. Some of the arguments were undertaken because of fears of leaders that disputes with the British and that would lead to war.
Which event was the most influential event and why?
I think the most influential event was the British coming to Canada. I think this because if the British hadn't came to Canada there wouldn't be many things that happened. Some of these things are, The Seven Years of War, the Quebec act, and the American revolution. This means that the world would probably be different right now if they hadn't sailed the sea to find Canada and there would be more people on the earth because of all the lives lost during this period of 1713-1800
How was the constitutional act of 1791 as a women?
As a women the constitutional act of 1791 was actually good for them. I say this because the women were very happy to know that they had teh right to vote for Upper Canada and Lower Canada. The women were very happy to realize that they had a chance to vote and do somthing that men did, because back in the day women were just staying home and didn't do much. - www.canadianencyclopedia.ca