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1886 in Canada

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Events from the year 1886 in Canada.

Incumbents

Crown

Federal government

Provincial governments

Lieutenant governors

Premiers

Territorial governments

Lieutenant governors

Events

Full date unknown

Births

Deaths

Joseph-Alfred Mousseau

Historical Documents

Edward Blake speaks on Louis Riel's execution and Northwest maladministration [1]

Wilfrid Laurier's House of Commons speech condemns Louis Riel's execution [2]

Crown issues amnesty for all those not convicted of crimes in 1885 conflict [3]

Wilfrid Laurier envisions Canada's ethnicities combining in one national aim and purpose [4]

Ojibwe, Cree and Inuit medical practice and materials (Note: "primitive" and other stereotypes) [5]

Account of destruction of Vancouver by fire [6]

"Decent Canadian" robs Qu'Appelle stage coach [7]

New York City businessman wants Chief Poundmaker for Buffalo Bill's Wild West show [8]

References

  1. ^ Dominion Election; Campaign of 1886; Hon. Edward Blake's Speeches, No. 1 (First Series). Accessed 9 October 2019 [www.archive.org]
  2. ^ House of Commons Debates; Speech of Mr. Wilfred [sic] Laurier, M.P., on the Riel Question[...] (1886?). Accessed 9 October 2019 [peel.library.ualberta.ca]
  3. ^ Canada, A Proclamation (July 10, 1886). Accessed 8 October 2019 [data2.collectionscanada.gc.ca]
  4. ^ Speech [fragment?], Toronto Young Men's Liberal Club, December 10, 1886. Accessed 9 October 2019 [www.canadahistory.com]
  5. ^ Robert Bell, MD; The "Medicine-Man," or, Indian and Eskimo Notions of Medicine[....] (1886). Accessed 6 December 2019 [archive.org]
  6. ^ Edward Roper, By Track and Trail; A Journey through Canada[...] (1891), pgs. 286-9. Accessed 9 October 2019 [peel.library.ualberta.ca]
  7. ^ "Evolution of Towns and Villages; A Remarkable Stage Robbery," Saskatchewan and Its People; 1924; Volume II. Accessed 9 October 2019 [www.rootsweb.com]
  8. ^ "From Erastus Wiman, Esq., to Sir John Macdonald," Correspondence of Sir John Macdonald[...] (1921), pg. 374. Accessed 9 October 2019 [archive.org]