On July 1, 1867, the territory of Canada was officially established as a self-governing entity within the British Empire. Later in 1869, Canada acquires the vast possession. But not until 1880 the anthem was created. All started in 1880, “God Save the King” and “The Maple Leaf For Ever” remained the most popular nationalistic song written by Alexander Muir in 1867. However, the national song had been chosen by French Canadians.
The route of Lewis and Clark 's expedition took them up the Missouri River to its headwaters, then on to the Pacific Ocean via the Columbia River, and may have been influenced by the purported transcontinental journey of Moncacht-Apé by the same route about a century before. Jefferson had a copy of Le Page 's book detailing Moncacht-Apé 's itinerary in his library, and Lewis carried a copy with him during the expedition. Le Page 's description of Moncacht-Apé 's route across the continent, which neglects to mention the need to cross the Rocky Mountains, may be the source of Lewis and Clark 's mistaken belief that they could easily carry boats from the Missouri 's headwaters to the
With a large number of colonists, he returned to Greenland in 985 and established two colonies on its west coast: the eastern settlement (near the south point), which he named Eystribyggð ("red dragon" in old Swedish) and the western settlement, Vestribyggð (around Nuuk). In Osterbygd, he built the estate Brattahlíð, near what is now Narssarssuaq, for himself. His title was that of paramount chieftain of Greenland. The settlement venture involved twenty-five ships, fourteen of which made the journey successfully--some turned back, while others were lost at
• After the war, The Bay had new competition from North West Company in Montreal Years of power and change • After competing with The North-West Company, HBC becomes the most powerful company in North America. • In 1821 , HBC started trading their furs from other countries. • New technologies in treading fur made the need for beaver less necessary. • Silk hats becoming more fashionable and cheaper by using different types of .animals were n ow being used.
Columbus duty was to expand the settlement on Hispaniola, convert the natives to Christianity. This voyage led to the Columbian exchange of technology, animals, diseases, food and etc. The columbian exchange was a period where biological and cultural exchange took place between the old and new world. The exchange affected both sides of the world including the european which started the slave trade. After he came back he was put in prison for 8 weeks and was threatened to be deposed of his
It is fascinating in three ways; the first way is, it had a unique society and industry, another is that throughout it’s history the Fortress of Louisbourg changed hands a number of times becauses of war and treaties. Finally the Fortress of Louisbourg has been rebuilt as a National Historic Park so that you can see the wonder of the Fortress of Louisbourg yourself. The Fortress of Louisbourg was of great significance to Canada because it was the most fortified city in Canada and the British had to get through it before they could conquer the rest of Canada. If the Fortress of Louisbourg was built the first there New France would have been captured What I have learned as a christian from this essay is that we shouldn’t put our trust in worldly things such as fortresses and armies, but that we should put our trust in the only sovereign God. Psalm 46:6, 7 “ 6The nations rage, the kingdoms totter; he utters his voice, the earth melts.
Did you know that the Inuits and Dene people live in under -30 degrees Fahrenheit? They both also started their tribes around 1000 BC. They also adapted to their environment in different ways and do many procedures that were crucial to their survival like hunting, fishing, and drying animal pelts. The Dene and Inuits are very similar in many ways. For example, they both live in the northern part of Canada.
The source illustrates Canada, the home to many immigrants on native land. Canada is filled with diversity and known for its multicultural life. However, Canada used to be inhabited just by the First Nations people. The federal government of Canada have made treaty rights with the First Nations people to an encourage peaceful relationship. The author is expressing his ideology in the source by manipulating the lyrics of Canada’s national anthem.
Jacques Cartier and his exploration of Canada By: Jaymee Yeung 7-2 Jacques Cartier was born on Saint-Malo on Dec 31, 1491, and in total, he made three trips to North America. On his third and last voyage, a series of unfortunate events stopped King Francis I from sponsoring expeditions for him ever again, and he died on Saint-Malo in 1557. On Cartier’s first and second trips, he was sponsored by King Francis I to find a route to Asia through North America, and to find valuable spices and precious metals on his first one, he set sail with two ships and 61 men, explored Newfoundland and discovered Prince Edward Island. On Cartier’s second trip he found the Iroquois, heard tales of riches further west from them, and traveled back to France
He also named and explored Newfoundland. Then we have Erik the red he was a viking explorer. Next we have Leif Erickson, he is the son of Erik the Red. He started a colony on Newfoundland, 1000 A.D. That is how Canada maintained a diverse cultural
Peter Skene Ogden was a good man. He was born 1794 in Quebec Canada and died September 27 154 in Oregon City . Here is a list of his accomplishments. He left his home in Canada to be a fur trader as a teenager. , he was a great trapper, he lead the snake river country expeditions, he traced the Utah territory, was with the Hudson bay community until death, and was the first to travel the west intermountain range from north to south, had two lovely native American wives
1534 - Jacques Cartier explores the St. Lawrence River, proclaims the sovereignty of France over the Gulf of St. Lawrence. 1583 - Newfoundland becomes the first British overseas colony.1600s - Rivalry for fur trade between French, English and Dutch; Europeans take advantage of existing rivalries among indigenous peoples to form alliances. 1608 - Samuel de Champlain establishes a fortified commercial post in Quebec. 1627 - The company of New France is established to govern and to exploit the "New France" - the colonies of France in North America. 1670 - London merchants founded the Hudson Bay Company.
Mr. Blackshaw had discovered Blackstone Lake and liked it. Just before the WWII he purchased a small peninsula from the Armstrong farm with a good view of the lake. There also was the road passing just 300 m to the north if he could get road allowance permission — and that would grow into an enduring issue to many of the ensuing owners. At the time of purchase Orville was a retail salesman on his way to being an assistant manager in Toronto.
Social Studies Coureur De Bois and The Fur Trade Patrick Sikora Imagine a country called Canada, with lots of development, religions, and backgrounds. Well this is were coureur de bois and the fur trade comes in. The Coureur de bois and the fur trade, were small parts, that helped our country, called Canada to develop.