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X   CONTENTS.

 

CHAPTER

PACE

III.   Political Strife

167

IV. War with the United States, 1812   .

170

V. War with the United States, 1813   .

177

VI. The End of the War, 1814   .

187

VII. The Great West and Lord Selkirk's Settlements .   .

191

VIII. The Maritime Provinces after the War   .

197

IX. Upper Canada after the War   .

201

X. Mackenzie and Colborne   .   .   .

206

XI. Stormy Years in Lower Canada   .   .

209

XII. Upper Canada on the Brink of Rebellion

215

XIII. The   Rebellion,   1837   .   .

218

XIV. Lord Durham   .

224

XV. The Union of Upper and Lower Canada

229

XVI. Struggle for Reform in the Maritime Provinces   .

233

XVII. Social   Conditions,   1791-1841   .

238

BOOK III.-STEPS TOWARD CONFEDERATION.

I. The Working of the New Plan of Government   .

245

II. Boundary Troubles

250

III. The Rebellion Losses Bill   .   •

254

IV. Trade and Railways   .   .

258

V. Troublous Times   .

262

VI. Vancouver and British Columbia .   .

268

VII. Deadlock   .

272

VIII. The Quebec Scheme of Confederation   .

275

IX. A Waiting Time   .

280

X. Confederation Accomplished   .

283

XI. Social Conditions, 1841-67   .   .

286

PART III.—THE GROWTH OF THE NATION.

I. The Red River Rebellion   .   .

 

II. From East to West   .   .

305

III. The   Mackenzie   Ministry   .

310

IV. Under Lord Lorne's Rule   .   .

315

V. The Saskatchewan Rebellion   .

318

VI. The Closing Years of Macdonald's Ministry   .

325

VII. The Laurier Ministry   •

333

VIII. First Years of the Borden Ministry   .

344

IX. The Great War .   .

351

X. Wartime in Canada   .

365

XI. Social   Conditions   .

373

An Aid to the Pronunciation of Some Difficult Names   .   .

393

Dates of Important Events in Canadian History   .   .

395

Sovereigns of France and England Connected with Canadian

History

400

French Governors of Canada   .

400

English Governors of Canada

401

Governors-General of Canada   .

402

Index   .

403


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