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The Americanization of Canada

By: Moffett, Samuel Erasmus, 1860-1908

.... MOFFETT Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org OF CANADA Title: THE AMERICANIZATION OF CANADA Author: SAMUEL E. MOFFET... ...... ... 1907 PREFACE THE object of this study is to examine the development of the relations between the people of Canada and those of the United States, an... ...e development of the relations between the people of Canada and those of the United States, and to see whether their tendency has been towards unity o... ...opment of the relations between the people of Canada and those of the United States, and to see whether their tendency has been towards unity or diver... ...N . . . . . 56 CHAPTER VI LAND SYSTEMS . . . ... . . . -73 CHAPTER VII TRADE RELATIONS . . . . .78 CHAPTER VIII SOCIETIES . ... . 9 1 CHAPTER IX LITER... ...ad passed from one country to another. The difference between Canada and the United States then, was the difference between French and English. When t... ...except the care of the militia, all concern for the Monroe doctrine, and all foreign affairs except rela- tions with the British Empire, we shall have... ...lization in 1830. In the original act it had been pro- vided that persons of foreign birth should not be eligible to serve in the Councils or Assembli...

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Canada and the United States, 1815-1830

By: Moore, David R. (David Richard), B. 1877

...v / tiriie mnitJtrflfit^ of Chicago FOUNDBD BY JOHN D. ROCKEFELLBR. CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES 1815-1830 3JJ A DISSERTATION SUBMITTED TO TH... ...riie mnitJtrflfit^ of Chicago FOUNDBD BY JOHN D. ROCKEFELLBR. CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES 1815-1830 3JJ A DISSERTATION SUBMITTED TO THE FACULTY OF TH... ...itJtrflfit^ of Chicago FOUNDBD BY JOHN D. ROCKEFELLBR. CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES 1815-1830 3JJ A DISSERTATION SUBMITTED TO THE FACULTY OF THE GRADU... ...ogressed, of the historical manuscripts in the archive department at Ottawa, Canada. In the Ontario archives much collecting and arranging remains unf... ...Navigation. Disputed boundary from the St. Lawrence Iliver to Lake Superior. United States claim the free navigation of the St. Lawrence. Chapter X. C... ...States claim the free navigation of the St. Lawrence. Chapter X. Commb^icial Relations. Navigation laws more strenuously enforced after 181;"; tempora... ...e old colonial system; smug- gling. CiiAPiKR XL Transportation. How Canadian relations with the I'nited States affected the trans- portation system an... ...h intriguers ; the American Northwestern fur trade was almost monopolized by foreigners ; and increased difficulty was experienced in persuading the t... ...lock the westward march of the Americans and were encouraged to do so by the foreign traders. The President's agents were fully aware of these facts. ...

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Canada and the United States, 1815-1830

By: Moore, David R. (David Richard), B. 1877
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British and American Diplomacy Affecting Canada. 1782-1899. A Chapter of Canadian History

By: Hodgins, Thomas, 1828-1910

... by THOMAS HODGINS I BRITISH AND AMERICAN DIPLOMACY AFFECTING CANADA. 1782— 189,9^ A CHAPTER OF CANADIAN HISTORY. BY THOMAS HODGINS, Q.... ...bstance of the earlier pages of this little work appeared as an Article on " Canada's Loss by the Treaty of Independence," with incidental references ... ...he Fisheries, Trade-Reci- procity, and other matters, between Canada and the United States. The assumed, but it is to be hoped temporary, failure of t... ...eries, Trade-Reci- procity, and other matters, between Canada and the United States. The assumed, but it is to be hoped temporary, failure of the long... ...ave, from time to time, indicated certain lines of policy on the part of the United States affecting the many boundary and fishery disputes, commercia... ...ected 422262 Canada, and her original territory, and also bar international relations, as one of the nation-communities of Greater Britain^ with her ... ...s little work is sent forth to assist in the study of the past international relations of the United States and Canada, and as a contribution of some ... ...da paper " became P*?®*"- known to Mr. Grenville, then representative of the Foreign Office at Paris, who at once reported the matter to Mr. Fox, the ... ...fice at Paris, who at once reported the matter to Mr. Fox, the Secretary for Foreign Affairs. In his reply, dated 10th June, Mr. Fox said, " The paper...

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Benjamin Franklin and Canada : Benjamin Franklin's Mission to Canada and the Causes of Its Failure

By: Riddell, William Renwick, 1852-1945

... by WILLIAM RENWICK RIDDELL -».. , BENJAMIN FRANKLIN and CANADA BENJAMIN FRANKLIN'S MISSION TO CANADA and the CAUSES OF ITS FAILUR... ..., LL.D., F.R.S.C, Justice of Supreme Court of Ontario BENJAMIN FEANKLIN AND CANADA. BY THE HONOURABLE WILLIAM RENWICK RIDDELL, LL.D., F.R.S.C., Justi... ...s. Benjamin Franklin, printer, journalist, scientist, diplomatist, moralist, statesman, patriot, all in the first rank, was in 1757, at the age of fif... ... Empire built on the old foundations, but of "practically independent sister States cooperating for the common good," 16 whose Prime Ministers meet at... ...' ' admit of any Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction of the See of Rome or any other foreign Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction whatsoever in the Province." 8 A numb... ...n our own and your account expecting as courage and generosity are naturally united, our brave enemies would become our hearty friends and that the Di... ...y furnish, he will thank- fully receive and render the full value. . . . The United Colonies know no distinction but such as slavery, corruption and a...

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The United States and the Dominion of Canada: their future

By: Monro, Alexander, 1813-1896
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Treaties and agreements affecting Canada in force between His Majesty and the United States of America, with subsidiary documents, 1814-1913

By: Canada. Dept. of External Affairs; United States. Treaties, etc; Borden, Robert Laird, Sir, 1854-1937; Great Britain. Treaties, etc
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Canada and the United States 1815-1830

By: Moore, David R. (David Richard), B. 1877

... anfberaftu of Chicago '' FOCKDKD BT JOHS D. IOCKKPBU.KK CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES 1815-1830 A DISSERTATION SUBMITTED... ... anfberaftu of Chicago '' FOCKDKD BT JOHS D. IOCKKPBU.KK CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES 1815-1830 A DISSERTATION SUBMITTED TO THB FACULTY... ... anfberaftu of Chicago '' FOCKDKD BT JOHS D. IOCKKPBU.KK CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES 1815-1830 A DISSERTATION SUBMITTED TO THB FACULTY OF THB... ...ing has progressed, of the historical manuscripts in the archive department at Ottawa, Canada. In the Ontario archives much collecting and arranging r... ...or. Cnited States claim the free navigation of the St. Lawrence. CHAPTER X. COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. Navigation laws more strenuously enforced after 1815... ...ent of the old colonial system ; smug- gling. CHAPIER XI. TRANSPORTATION. How Canadian relations with the Cnited States affected the trans- portation ... ...trans- portation system and other internal affairs in the Canadas. 7 Canada and the United States 1815-1830 L THE GENERAL CONDITION OF AFFAIRS IN 1... ...d by British intriguers; the American Northwestern fur trade was almost monopolized by foreigners; and increased difficulty was experienced in persuad... ...rying to block the westward march of the Americans and were encouraged to do so by the foreign traders. The President's agents were fully aware of the...

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Canada and the United States : An Address on the American Conflict, Delivered at Montreal on Thursday Evening, December 22, 1864

By: Cordner, John, 1816-1894

...LIFORNIA PRESENTED BY PROF.CHARLES A.KOFOIDAND MRS. PRUDENCE W.KOFOID CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES AN ADDRESS, ON THE AMERICAN CONFLICT, DELIVERE... ...TED BY PROF.CHARLES A.KOFOIDAND MRS. PRUDENCE W.KOFOID CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES AN ADDRESS, ON THE AMERICAN CONFLICT, DELIVERED AT MONTREAL, ... ...PROF.CHARLES A.KOFOIDAND MRS. PRUDENCE W.KOFOID CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES AN ADDRESS, ON THE AMERICAN CONFLICT, DELIVERED AT MONTREAL, ON THUR... ... of their countrymen on the subject of the supposed hostile designs of the United States upon Canada, that, in the opinion of an influential Canadian ... ...ir countrymen on the subject of the supposed hostile designs of the United States upon Canada, that, in the opinion of an influential Canadian clergym... ...n on the subject of the supposed hostile designs of the United States upon Canada, that, in the opinion of an influential Canadian clergyman, no such ... ... their native and much-loved home, and face the perils of the .sea, and of foreign and unknown climes. Suchmenandwomen >uch faith and fidelity ... ...f Quebec, including the outlet of the St. Lawrence, were in the hands of a foreign power, and that in order to secure for ourselves and our posterity ...

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The New Empire : Reflections Upon Its Origin and Constitution and Its Relation to the Great Republic

By: Howland, O. A. (Oliver Aiken), 1847-1905

...riginality in the views that he endeavors to state, regarding the place of Canada among the English nations, the Constitution and future of the Empire... ...wn in a published address of one of the most eminent among their number in Canada, the founder and president of the Ottawa branch of the League, the A... ...ol, ob- servant attitude of an historical scholar never far from that of a foreigner. Apprehending, with a philosophical eye, all the geographical, cl... ...ts to our mind the trunk of a tree that has no necessary affinity with the United States, and seems destined to bear different fruit. It is the prop o... ...ur mind the trunk of a tree that has no necessary affinity with the United States, and seems destined to bear different fruit. It is the prop of a new... ...erning Colonies,) have already attained in the Empire, with which they are united. In 1891 falls the Hundredth Anniversary of the foundation of the Pr... ...erican History, p. 130. xii The New Empire. historical and constitutional relations of the English nations, as such, towards each other : an ample su... ... 1854 a part fulfilment of the original Agreement Review of the subsequent Relations of the two Countries Canada's Action The Question of the Canals D... ...ralization Crown and People Distribution of Legislative Powers Fu- ture of Foreign Relations Treaties Inter-Im- perial Trade The Imperial Governors Pr...

United States -- Foreign relations Canada, Great Britain -- Colonies

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The United States and the Dominion of Canada: Their Future

By: Monro, Alexander, B. 1813;

...The United States and the Dominion of Canada: Their Future by Monro, Alexander, B. 1813; published by Saint John, N. B. : Printed by Barnes and Company...

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Treaties and Agreements Affecting Canada in Force Between His Majesty and the United States of America, with Subsidiary Documents, 1814-1913

By: Canada. Dept. of External Affairs; Great Britain. Treaties, Etc; United States. Treaties, Etc; Borden, Robert Laird, Sir, 1854-1937;

...Treaties and Agreements Affecting Canada in Force Between His Majesty and the United States of America, with Subsidiary Documents, 1814-1913 by Canada. Dept. of External Affairs; Great Britain. Treaties, Etc; United States. Treaties, Etc; Borden, Robert Laird...

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The Issue of Quebec's Sovereignty and Its Potential Impact on the United States : Hearing before the Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere of the Committee on International Relations, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fourth Congress, Second Session, September 25, 1996

By: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interational Relations. Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere

...ure Collection World Public Library.org AND ITS POTENTIAL IMPACT ON THE UNITED STATES Title: THE ISSUE OF QUEBEC'S SOVEREIGNTY AND ITS POTENTI... ...lection World Public Library.org AND ITS POTENTIAL IMPACT ON THE UNITED STATES Title: THE ISSUE OF QUEBEC'S SOVEREIGNTY AND ITS POTENTIAL IMPA... ... Title: THE ISSUE OF QUEBEC'S SOVEREIGNTY AND ITS POTENTIAL IMPACT ON THE UNITED STATES Author: Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Pub... ...E SUBCOMMITTEE ON THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE OF THE COMMITTEE ON INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES ONE HUNDRED FOURTH CONGRESS SECOND SESSI... ...N SEPTEMBER 25, 1996 Printed for the use of the Committee on International Relations 1'£B12 m? 'S'^^flmoi •: '"'''.'VnP^fi- U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING O... ... Studies, Johns Hopkins University . 8 Christopher Sands, Coordinator, the Canada Project, Center for Strategic Studies 9 Dr. Joseph T. Jockel, Profes... ... Fry 59 Material submitted for the record: "A Sensible Solution for Saving Canada," an article by Gordon Gibson, Fraser Forum, June 1996 68 Additional... ...he American people to be informed of matters of this sort that affect U.S. foreign policy. It is really an obligation and a right. And at the same tim... ...in particular, it seems to me, the issue of the defense ar- rangements and foreign policy orientation is something that people would want to look at. ...

United States -- Foreign relations Canada

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The United States and the Dominion of Canada: Their Future

By: Monro, Alexander, 1813-1896

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org THE DOMINION OF CANADA Title: THE UNITED STATES AND THE DOMINION OF CANADA Author: A... ...ollection World Public Library.org THE DOMINION OF CANADA Title: THE UNITED STATES AND THE DOMINION OF CANADA Author: ALEXANDER MONRO Language... ...on World Public Library.org THE DOMINION OF CANADA Title: THE UNITED STATES AND THE DOMINION OF CANADA Author: ALEXANDER MONRO Language: Engli... ...... ...... ...tes Commissioner, "con- verted," he says, " undoubted British territory into foreign soil," and "alienated the allegiance of thousands of British subj... ...h America it seems to have been managed at every point in the interests of a foreign power. " It is evident," says Mr. Fleming, " from an inspection o... ... divides them is disregarded by their inhabitants except in their commercial relations. There are comparatively few families in theProvinces but what ... ...imatically adapted for settlement, and taking into account the present trade relations between the States and Canada, emigration from the Provinces to...

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Treaties and Agreements Affecting Canada in Force between His Majesty and the United States of America, With Subsidiary Documents, 1814-1913

By: Canada. Department of External Affairs; Great Britain. Treaties, Etc; United States. Treaties, Etc; Borden, Robert Laird, Sir 1854-1937

....V t/t < smm <n<{» MM n H & I 2$ nH 1K'i TREATIES AND AGREEMENTS AFFECTING CANADA .IN FORCE BETWEEN HIS MAIESTY AND THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Ha 'i... ...TIES AND AGREEMENTS AFFECTING CANADA .IN FORCE BETWEEN HIS MAIESTY AND THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Ha 'i>* i'.l/» <t i»T.Jv l» tl -'elV *f\\ I• WITH ... ...SITY OF CAL1FORN! I LOS ANGELES TREATIES AND AGREEMENTS AFFECTING CANADA l\ I'lilti E BETWEEN HIS MAJESTY AND THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA WI... ...S AND AGREEMENTS AFFECTING CANADA l\ I'lilti E BETWEEN HIS MAJESTY AND THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA WITH SUBSIDIARY DOCUMENTS 1814-1J)13 Compiled unde... ... declared by Earl Bathurst, His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs in a note addressed to Mr. John Quincy Adams, the United St... ... an end to by a subsequent War between the same Parties." [See British and Foreign State Papers, Vol. 7, p. 94.] 1814 TREATY OF PEACE AND AMITY, BETW... ...jesty and the United States of America being desirous of consolidating the relations of amity which so happily subsist between them, by setting forth ... ...'s Government, in order to evince its desire of strengthening the friendly relations between the two countries and of making satisfactory provision fo... ...teresl of the sum of 35,058 dol. 69c. A.S to the claim in respect of the ve--el " Alfred Adams, il i- adjudged and determined that the United Slates o...

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United States-Canada trade under FTA and NAFTA : hearing before the Committee on Small Business, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, second session, Washington, DC, June 9, 1994

By: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Small Business
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The Chimera of Commercial Union with the Dominion of Canada

By: Nimmo, Joseph, 1837-1909

...Literature Collection World Public Library.org UNION WITH THE DOMINION OF CANADA Title: THE CHIMERA OF COMMERCIAL UNION WITH THE DOMINION OF C... ...ldLibrary.net z rXK.1 THE CHIMERA OF COMMERCIAL UNION WITH THE DOMINION OK CANADA, BY JOSEPH NIMMO, Jr. [From the Nerv York Tribune of June 23d, 189... ...ions of fact and sentiment have been em- ployed to construct visionary trade relationships, but so fragile and so loosely jointed is the airy castle t... ...eason scatters it to the winds. Anything approaching a close analysis of the relations which actually exist between the United States and Canada, at o... ...proaching a close analysis of the relations which actually exist between the United States and Canada, at once exposes an array of outrageous encroach... ...ng a close analysis of the relations which actually exist between the United States and Canada, at once exposes an array of outrageous encroachments a... ...dely hustled out of portby Canadian officials. And yet the Government of the United States has never acceded to the insolent Canadian assumption that ... ... the sheer force of subsidy, to divert an important part of the domestic and foreign commerce of the United States from American sea- ports, American ... ... lutely independent of the British Government in all matters of internal and foreign policy. In a word, Canada sim- ply uses the British flag as a scr...

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Canada as It Is! : An Address Delivered November 28Th, 1891 before the Commercial Club of Providence, R. I.

By: Chapleau, J. A. (Joseph Adolphe), Sir 1840-1898

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: CANADA AS IT IS! Author: J. A. CHAPLEAU Language: English Subject: Ficti... ... I. BY HON. J. A. CHAPLEAU, M.P., Q.C. SECRETARY OF STATE OK THE DOMINION OF CANADA. PUBLISHED BY REQUEST. PBOViD|!NC|i, R.I,, December, 1891, /^^f H... ...I,, December, 1891, /^^f HON. J. A. OUAPLEAU, Q.O., M.P., ON THE COMMERCIAL RELATIONS BETWEEN CANADA AND THE HNITED STATES. Tho Commercial Club of Pr... ...PLEAU, Q.O., M.P., ON THE COMMERCIAL RELATIONS BETWEEN CANADA AND THE HNITED STATES. Tho Commercial Club of Providence, E.I., on the evening of Saturd... ...d time in its history, devoted its attention to the question of closer trade relations between the United States and Canada. Mr. Erastus \V iuian Hpok... ... devoted its attention to the question of closer trade relations between the United States and Canada. Mr. Erastus \V iuian Hpoke before tho club in F... ...d its attention to the question of closer trade relations between the United States and Canada. Mr. Erastus \V iuian Hpoke before tho club in February... ...s to tho length Canada should go in negotiating a commercial treaty with the United States. The Canadian guests Avere Jlon. J. A. Chapleau, Secretary ... ...fear which a stranger must oxporieuco in venturing to address, in a language foreign to his own, such au assemblage us I see before mo. I had folt hon...

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Which, American Unity or British Domination : Memorial Address at Antrim, N.H., May 30, 1893

By: Atherton, Henry Brydge, 1835-1906.

...ounded 1963 or 6.6 per cent, a percen- tage of killed exceeded by only two states, Vermont and Pennsylvania. The total number enrolled in the Un- ion ... ... that war for freedom and humanity worth fighting? The gov- ernment of the United States could have chosen the other alternative and permit- ted state... ...ar for freedom and humanity worth fighting? The gov- ernment of the United States could have chosen the other alternative and permit- ted state after ... ... ganized, armed, and fortified, with a full treasury and possibly a strong foreign alliance, and it had then demanded the territories and the Prciflc ... ...d each always a prey to tl.e politi- cal interference and intrigues of any foreign power, which in order to divide and conquer us might desire to make... ...as well as his poetic imagination —the love of fair play of the Englishman united to the sturdy good sense of the Scotsman, and a physique correspond-... ...ned something of the art of war as a prisoner u<nder his Indian captors in Canada, later, asone of Rogers' Rangers in the French war, before he comman... ... -five groi ps of smaller islands to the south and west of Hawaii, besides Canada, Newfoundland and Labrador and the Arctic lands. English dominion un...

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Canada's Claims before the Anglo-American Joint High Commission

By: Laut, Agnes C. (Agnes Christina), 1871-1936

...ICAN JOINT HIGH COMMISSION BY AGNES CHRISTINA LAUT PROM THE AMERICAN REVIEW of REVIEWS APRIL 18 9 9 CANADA'S CLAIMS BEFORE THE ANGLO-AMERI- CAN JOI... ...e attention. She w; the benefit of the purely IT may be taken for granted that Anuricaii investment of foreign islands ami British occupation of Afric... ...ht with the countries absorbed, as well as the countries absorbing, far exceed temporary , loss to the United States and Great Britain and prompt the ... ... the countries absorbed, as well as the countries absorbing, far exceed temporary , loss to the United States and Great Britain and prompt the policie... ... the Anglo-.\merican commission almost the same may be said. The commissioners tried to obtain for the United States and Canada all the advantages acc... ...glo-.\merican commission almost the same may be said. The commissioners tried to obtain for the United States and Canada all the advantages accruing f... ...an commission almost the same may be said. The commissioners tried to obtain for the United States and Canada all the advantages accruing from extensi... ...partial civilization of small patches of the globe and slight additions to the volume of each nation's foreign trade. In all quarters it is acknowledg...

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