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INDEX.   405

ward Island enters, 208; Alberta enters, 337; Saskatchewan enters, 337; Newfoundland, 278; against, 330; Jubilee of, 370.

Conference, Imperial, 343.

Connaught, Duke of, 345, 370.

Constitutional Act, 146, 207.

Cook, Captain, 148, 161. Commission, Joint High, 335. Cornwallis, Colonel, 87.

Council, appointed in Quebec, 120; sovereign, 48; Canadian Legisative, 130, 146, 147 ; Reformers enter Upper Canadian executive, 215, 216.

Councils, legislative and executive, quarrel with assemblies, 143, 164, 165, 198, 206, 207, 209, 215, 235, 237; separated in New Brunswick, 233; in Nova Scotia, 236; in Manitoba, 303; in N. W. Territories, 303; in Prinee Ed-ward Island, 237; changes in executive councils, 230, 308.

Coureurs de bois, 55, 56, 65, 71.

Craig, Sir J., 167, 168.

Crane, 234.

Crown Point, fort at, 79, 90, 97, 124.

Crozier, Major, 320.

Cunard, Samuel, 241.

Cut Knife Creek, fight at, 322.

Dalhousie, Earl of, 197, 210-212. Daniel, Father, 36.

D'Aulnay, Charnisay, 40, 41. Dawson, city of, 334.

Dawson, Sir William, 387. Dearborn, General, 173, 176, 178. Declaration of Independence, Am•

erican, 130.

De Courcelle, 49, 53.

De Levis, 102, 104.

De Monts, Sieur, 17.19, 23. Denonville, Marquis de, 61-64. Denys, 41.

De Razilly, Isaac, 40.

De Salaberry, Colonel, 184, 185, Des Groselliers, 66, 67.

Desjardins Canal disaster, 264. De Tracy, Viceroy, 48-50.

Detroit, fort at, 73, 113, 114; surrendered to British, 176; abandoned, 184.

De Vaudreuil, Marquis, 78, 79.

De Vaudreuil, Marquis (son of pre-

ceding), 89, 92, 102, 104. D'Iberville, Le Moyne, 67, 71, 72,

73.

Dickens, Francis, 320.

Dieskau, defeated, 90.

Dollard des Ormeaux defends the Long Sault, 38.

Dominion Day, first, 284.

Dongan, Governor of New York, 61, 63.

Donnacona, Chief, 13.

Dorchester, Lord (General Carle-ton), 120, 124, 126-128, 145, 146, 158, 162.

Double Majorities, 263.

" Double Shuffle," 264.

Douglas, Sir James, 268, 270. Drake, Sir Francis, 16.

Draper, William, 231, 271.

Dress, Indian, 6; early French, 45,

49, 106; U. E. Loyalists, 153. Drummond, Dr. 1A'. H., 390 Drummond, General, 186, 188, 189. Duchesneau, Intendant, 55, 58. Duck Lake, fight at, 320.

Dufferin, Earl of, 308, 311, 314. Du Luth, explorer, 56.

Dumont, Gabriel, 320. 323. Duquesne, Marquis, 88.

Durham, Lord, 224-226, 236, 242, 254, 259.

Dutch Colonies, 42, 49.

Duties, import, 260.

Dwellings, Indian, 6; Eskimo, 8, 9; French Canadian, 44; U. E. Loyalists', 152, 153.

Earthquake, 39.

Eccles Hill, 303.

Edmonton, 337.

Education, in early days, 38, 46, 106; in Canada, 145, 155, 156, 162, 241, 253, 286, 292; in Manitoba, 319, 331, 334; in New Brunswick, 165; in Nova Scotia, 197, 198, 246, 247 ; general improvement in, 386, 387.

Edward VII, 266, 341, 342, 370; death of, 343.

Elgin, Earl of, 254, 257, 261, 262. Ericson, Leif 4.

Eskimos, 8, d.

Expeditionary Force, Canadian, in Great War, 3'53-355, 359-364; organization of, 362.

Explorers, early, 10, 16; encour. aged by Talon, 53; by Frontenac, 56; in West, 16, 79, 80, 148.151, 191; in Labrador, 330; Arctic, 347.

Exports, early, 46, 108, 165, 239, 344.

Falkland, Lord, 246, 247.

Family Compact, 168, 201, 203, 204, 207, 209, 215, 216, 221, 229, 231, 233, 235, 236.

Farmer, the first, 26.


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