John A macdonald and George is presented on my stamp because that's when Canada and the french came together. Canada was created and when the french and Canada had an alliance to become independent from the USA in 1867. Some other event that involved Language minority were these 4 events: Manitoba Act in 1870 Manitoba School act in 1890, Haultain resolution in 1892 and lastly bill 101 in 1977. Most of these banned french from schools like the Haultain resolution and the Manitoba School Act but Bill 101 was a bill that restricted english in Quebec after all of these acts were passed. The Canadian Charter Of Rights And Freedoms witch was signed in 1982 by PM Pierre Trudea has section that represent language minorities.
Discuss the acquisition of the Louisiana Purchase. How important were Lewis and Clark? In 1718 New Orleans was founded by the French. At the end of the French and Indian War, France lost its lands east of the Mississippi to Great Britain. In another treaty, France agreed and gave New Orleans Louisiana and the French lands west of the Mississippi to Spain.
On July 1, 1867, the nation was officially born when the Constitution Act joined three provinces into one country: Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and the Canada province, which then split into Ontario and Quebec. However, Canada was not completely independent of England until 1982. The holiday called Dominion Day was officially established in 1879, but it wasn't observed by many Canadians, who considered themselves to be British citizens. Dominion Day started to catch on when the 50th anniversary of the confederation rolled around in 1917. In 1946, a bill was put forth to rename Dominion Day, but arguments in the House of Commons over what to call the holiday stalled the bill.
Those two forts were Fort Pitt and Fort Detroit. In march 1764 Governor Murray tried to reclaim the forts. They got back Fort Niangua and Fort Detroit. The indians had failed. Then finally to end the war in 1766 Chief Pontiac signed peace
The proclamation acknowledged Indian land titles in all places west of the line, until tribal administrations agreed to surrender their territories to Britain through accords. This proclamation, while addressing Indians’ worries, irritated the colonies by subordinating their western apprehensions to regal authority and, they dreaded, by obstructing expansion. 2. Sugar Act Succeeding the proclamation of 1763, British Parliament passed the Sugar Act in 1764. The act was established to raise income to help pay for the protection of North America; it ended the exclusion of colonial commerce from revenue-raising processes.
Pontiac played a huge role in the signing of the settlement of Paris. He lived in the Maumee or Detroit River Valleys, Historians are not really sure but have written it down, he was born in the year of 1720, his parents were Indians from Miami but he decided to turn towards the Indian from Ottawa lifestyle. In 1740, He became the Indians war leader and united with New France
The population in 2011 was 1,649,519. The most common sport in Montreal is hockey, and their professional team of the NHL is the Montreal Canadiens, or Habs. They are called the Habs because in their team logo they have an H in the middle which Habs is short for Les Habitants. This refers to the settlers of New France back in the 17th century which today is referred as Quebec. The common race in Montreal is caucasian followed by chinese.
The Louisiana purchase happened when napoleon Bonaparte and France needed money for war with the British. they saw no need for the land and figured they would get it back when they went to war with the. The Louisiana Purchase of 1803, america purchased approximately five hundred and thirty million acres of territory from France.The Louisiana Territory stretched from the Mississippi River in the east to the Rocky Mountains in the west and from the Gulf of Mexico in the south to the Canadian border in the north. 15 states were created from the land that was purchased. There was many positive and negative effects of the purchase.
In 1815, the Congress of Vienna was signed but the old order in Europe was not fully restored. This is to explain why I came to this conclusion. Until 1789, all countries in the continent of Europe, with an exception of England, were ruled under absolute monarchy. In the French Revolution, Louis XVI was overthrown and killed by the revolutionaries on the guillotine and France became a republic until Napoleon Bonaparte rose to power. From 1804 onwards the country was ruled by Napoleon as the French empire.
Multiculturalism is popular in many countries as it can be used as a strategy to fight inequalities. Supporters of multiculturalism claim that it removes social and cultural barriers for immigrants and minority groups, making them feel more welcome in Canadian society, promoting a stronger sense of belonging and pride in Canada (Kymlicka, 2010, p. 7). Therefore, multiculturalism is useful as it assists in the integration of immigrants and minorities. On the other hand, critics argues that multiculturalism accentuates the differences between groups rather than their shared rights or identities as the nation’s citizens as it promotes “ghettoization and balkanization” (Kymlicka, 2010, p. 7), thereby encouraging members of ethnic groups to look
The Treaty of Paris says that all treaties prior to this treaty should be renewed because this will provide peace between the states and set the grounds for the Treaty of Paris. Essentially, the main reason for the Treaty of Paris is to acknowledge British dominance over France and Spain. The Treaty of Paris is mainly about giving back the territories that were conquered from the war to the original country they were conquered from. Britain however, was able to obtain more than France and Spain. To re-establish peace between the states, France and Britain decided to split the Mississippi river in half giving Britain everything on the east half except for New Orleans.
Samuel de Champlain was a French explorer who founded most of what is known today as Canada. Samuel de Champlain is primarily known for founding the city of Québec in the year 1608, and for exploring and mapping the Great Lakes as well. After establishing the city of Québec, Champlain realized that he needed to protect his new founded city, which required a military alliance to fight the Iroquois, which was accomplished. Later returning to North America continuing his exploration of the St. Lawrence River. Years later King Louis XIII ordered Champlain back to Québec to act as its administrator, which effectively ended Champlain’s exploration of the St. Lawrence River.
It officially became a government in 1775, which in turn made it a Royal colony. The colony of New Jersey was founded by George Carteret & Lord Berkeley in 1664. Same as New York, no major religion or religious goal. In 1775, it became a Royal Colony. The main goal of founding New Jersey was for trading and profiting.
Franklin was one of the oldest Founding Fathers -- he was 70 when he helped the 33-year-old Thomas Jefferson draft the Declaration of Independence and 81 when he later signed the Constitution. During the Revolution, he served as an ambassador to France, where he used his reputation and resourcefulness to get the help that was necessary to win the war. He then helped arrange the Treaty of Paris with England, which firmly established the independence of the new United States of America. Benjamin Franklin, was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. One of his quote has to do with Mr. Franklin’s philosophy on a nation’s acquisition of wealth.
France ceded Louisiana to the east of Mississippi River to the United Kingdom as compensation. The war was a turning point of French forces in North America, which confirmed British controlled the half eastern part of North America. The French and Indian war was the favorable to Britain, which balance the power of occupied lands in North America.