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1884 in Canada

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Events from the year 1884 in Canada.

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Historical Documents

Opposition Leader Edward Blake touches on several Liberal Party principles and political points [2]

Essay on disadvantages of Confederation for Manitoba [3]

Winnipegger Alexander Begg lectures in London on his years in the Northwest [4]

Report on Indigenous peoples of Northwest (Note: "savage," other stereotypes) [5]

Witnesses describe tense stand-off between Mounties and armed group of Cree [6]

Touring British scientists find Chief Crowfoot selling his personal items at Gleichen, Alberta [7]

Louis Riel is asked to return from exile [8]

Letter of Louis Riel declining invitation to speak in Prince Albert [9]

Anglophone Quebeckers assess agricultural and forestry advantages of Calgary region [10]

Newspaper controversy over encouraging deaf people to settle in Northwest [11]

Nova Scotia woman writes to her mother about losing her newborn child [12]

References

  • ^ "The House of Commons Heritage Collection". parl.gc.ca. March 2011. Retrieved 2012-07-16.
  • ^ "Speech of the Hon. Edward Blake before the Young Men's Liberal Club of Toronto[...]," The (Montreal) Times (January 17, 1884). Accessed 14 October 2019 [www.archive.org]
  • ^ Henry T. Burgess, Manitoba and Confederation (1884). Accessed 7 October 2019 [peel.library.ualberta.ca]
  • ^ Alexander Begg, Seventeen Years in the Canadian North-West (1884). Accessed 7 October 2019 [peel.library.ualberta.ca]
  • ^ George Bryce, "Our Indians;" Delivered before the Y.M.C.A., Winnipeg[...]. Accessed 14 October 2019 [peel.library.ualberta.ca]
  • ^ Campbell Innes, The Cree Rebellion of 1884, or, Sidelights on Indian Conditions Subsequent to 1876 (1926), pgs. 11, 15-17, 39, 42-3. Accessed 6 October 2019 [peel.library.ualberta.ca]
  • ^ British Association for the Advancement of Science, Report of the Visit of the British Association to the Canadian North-West[...] (1884). Accessed 6 October 2019 [peel.library.ualberta.ca]
  • ^ Canada; Department of the Secretary of State; Joseph-Adolphe Chapleau, Return (in Part) to an Address of the House of Commons[...]: For Copies of All Papers Found in the Council Room of the Insurgents[...] (1886). Accessed 7 October 2019 [peel.library.ualberta.ca]
  • ^ "To the gentlemen who kindly invite me to hold a public meeting in Prince Albert," Morton Manuscripts Collection, University of Saskatchewan Libraries Special Collections. Accessed 7 October 2019 [digital.scaa.sk.ca]
  • ^ Thomas Shepard Barwis, Calgary, Alberta, and the Canadian North West: Valuable Information for Intending Settlers (1885). Accessed 7 October 2019 [peel.library.ualberta.ca]
  • ^ Jane Elizabeth Groom and "H.H.," A Future for the Deaf and Dumb in the Canadian North-West (1884), pgs. 18-20. Accessed 7 October 2019 [peel.library.ualberta.ca]
  • ^ Dove Crowell to Catherine McQueen, October 21, 1884, Yarmouth, The McQueen Family Papers, Atlantic Canada Virtual Archives. Accessed 7 October 2019 [atlanticportal.hil.unb.ca]