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Sir Frederic Bowker Terrington Carter

For History!

Tennille Bower

on 17 December 2013

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Transcript of Sir Frederic Bowker Terrington Carter

Welcome To The Father Of Confederation
Sir Frederic Bowker Terrington Carter

Why did Carter want Confederation?
Carter believed that Confederation would become stable NF's economy and its political climate.
What Conferences did they participate in and what was their contribution?
At first, Carter was not a strong supporter of Confederation. It became a major issue in 1861 when the
Conservatives regained power from the Liberals. John A. Macdonald, invited Carter and Ambrose Shea
to the Quebec Conference where they discussed about Confederation and came up with the Quebec Resolutions. So they advocated the Resolutions all over Canada. When Carter returned to NF, he was met with opposition by an anti-union campaign led by Charles Fox Bennett. They thought that this union with the other colonies would cause NF to stabilize and change its political climate. His action still causes each province to control its own affair. His action doesn't slow down each province's unique culture but enhance the uniqueness of each province.
Which colony or province did they represent?
Carter represented New Newfoundland!
Sir Frederick Bowker Terrington Carter
The "Father" I chose is a man named Sir Frederick Bowker Terrington Carter. He is from St. John's, Newfoundland. He was born February 12, 1819 and died in St. John's, on March 1, 1900. He is Lawyer, Politician, and Judge. He had 11 eleven kids!

Political History
I848 - 1852 was a solicitor to the Legislative Assembly in NF. May 1855, won a seat in the NF House of Assembly as a Conservative member for Trinity Bay. 1859 Carter was a temporary Conservative leader in the Assembly when Hugh Hoyles lost. In 1865 became Premier of NF. 1867 the British North American Act was put in place and the NF government had to make a decision on Confederation. In 1869 was rejected for his pro-Confederaion plans. In 1874 regained premiership. This was his second term. 1877 was assistant judge of the NF Supreme Court.
1878 lost premiership to William Whiteway.
Explain when they joined, and under what terms they joined.
Pro & Cons For Confederation
- The pros were that each province would control their own affairs and retain their unique culture.

- The cons were that the uniqueness of each provinces would not be achieved

In 1867 when the British North America Act was formed, the NF government decided about Confederation. They joined under the terms that each province would control their own affairs and retain own culture
By: Tennille Davis
Newfoundland Map
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