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Dictionary of Canadian biography: volume VIII 1851-1860

Dictionary of Canadian biography: volume VIII 1851-1860

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Published by University of Toronto Press in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Canada - Biography

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    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF 1005 D49 v.8 REF
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1129 p.
    Number of Pages1129
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22056805M

    Rare Books collection Access: Open. Textual meters 6 Dictionary of Canadian Biography Volume VIII: / Francess G. Halpenny, editor Reading Room Dictionary of Canadian Biography Volume IX: / Francess G. Halpenny, editor Reading Room Dictionary of Canadian Biography Volume X: CARTIER, CLAUDE, tailor, soldier, innkeeper, militia officer, and lighthouse-keeper; b. c. in the parish of Saint-Michel-d’Yamaska in Yamaska, Que.; he and his wife Anne had 11 children (one drowned in ); d. 9 July in Chatham, Upper Canada. Claude Cartier’s initial occupation was tailoring, a trade which he learned as a youth at Quebec and pursued until his mid forties.

    Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Volume VII, , Francess G. Halpenny, General Editor, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, , xxix, pp. ISBN This volume, the eleventh to be published since , bridges the years between the first six volumes, covering the period between A.D. and , and volumes VIII-XI, dealing with the years PANET, PHILIPPE, militia officer, lawyer, politician, judge, and justice of the peace; b. 28 Feb. at Quebec, son of Jean-Antoine Panet* and Louise-Philippe Badelard; m. 14 July Luce Casgrain in Rivière-Ouelle, Lower Canada, and they had 12 children, seven of whom died in infancy; d. 15 Jan. at Quebec.. After receiving a classical education at the Petit Séminaire de Québec.

    The press release announcing the publication of Volume VI quotes Michael Bliss writing in Report on Business: "The most important books published in Canada since have beenvolumes of the Dictionary of Canadian Biography”.Most Canadians would probably agree that the ten volumes published so far are indeed important first, as a significant scholarly endeavour and, second, as an.   Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Librivox Free Audiobook Cribb on Cribb James Furness Podcast CMSTalk Podcasts How to Speak and Write Correctly by Joseph Devlin MIKE CURB COLLEGE OF ENTERTAINMENT AND MUSIC BUSINESS (CEMB.


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Biography – DAVIDSON, ALEXANDER – Volume VIII () – Dictionary of Canadian Biography. DAVIDSON, ALEXANDER, teacher, author, journalist, businessman, politician, and office holder; b.

in Downpatrick (Northern Ireland), son of Thomas Davidson; m. Biography – CROOKS, JAMES – Volume VIII () – Dictionary of Canadian Biography. Source: Link. CROOKS, JAMES, businessman, militia officer, office holder, justice of the peace, and politician; b.

15 April in the parish of Kilmarnock, Scotland, son of William Crooks, shoemaker, and Margaret Ramsay; m. 8 Dec. Jane Cummings, and they had eight sons and five daughters; d. The Canadian Historical Review Dictionary of Canadian Biography VIII: – ed.

by F.G. Halpenny, Jean Hamelin (review)Author: J.M. Bumsted. Biography – QUIBLIER, JOSEPH-VINCENT – Volume VIII () – Dictionary of Canadian Biography. Print; Advanced Search; Send + Hide Sidebar; First Paragraph Minor Corrections. Biography of the Day.

CONSTANTINE, CHARLES – Volume XIV () d. 5 May in Long Beach, Calif. Confederation. Responsible Government. Sir John A. Dictionary of Canadian Biography / Dictionaire Biographique du Canada: Volume VIII, - (Dictionary of Canadian Biography) November 1,University of.

Biography – UNIACKE, JAMES BOYLE – Volume VIII () – Dictionary of Canadian Biography. Source: Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. UNIACKE, JAMES BOYLE, lawyer, politician, office holder, and sportsman; b. probably and baptized 19 Jan. in Halifax, son of Attorney General Richard John Uniacke* and Martha Maria Delesdernier; m.

there 18 Dec. Rosina Jane. Biography – WINTON, HENRY DAVID – Volume VIII () – Dictionary of Canadian Biography. WINTON, HENRY DAVID, printer and newspaperman; b.

10 June in the parish of Withecombe Raleigh, Exmouth, England, fifth son of the Reverend Robert Winton and Teresa Maria —; m. 3 Sept. Elizabeth Luttrell Nicholson, and they had four sons and two daughters; d.

6 Jan. Biography – MAYERHOFFER, VINCENT PHILIP – Volume VIII () – Dictionary of Canadian Biography. Print; Advanced Search; Send + Hide Sidebar; First Paragraph; Bibliography; Images; Find Out More; How to cite; Back to top; Tweet this DCB/DBC News. New Biographies. Minor Corrections.

Biography of the Day. WÜRTELE, JONATHAN SAXTON. The Dictionary of Canadian Biography/Dictionnaire biographique du Canada is Canada's oldest and largest research and publishing project in the humanities.

(DCB) represents the Canadian counterpart of Britain's Dictionary of National Biography, an intellectual monument of Victorian Britain.

Volume VIII, - From: $ Quick. Biography – THOMAS, WILLIAM – Volume VIII () – Dictionary of Canadian Biography. THOMAS, WILLIAM, architect, water-colourist, and engineer; b.

in Suffolk, England, son of William Thomas and Ann —; m. 17 Sept. Martha Tutin in Birmingham, England, and they had four sons and six daughters; d. 26 Dec. in Toronto. Biography – FERGUSON, ROBERT – Volume VIII () – Dictionary of Canadian Biography. FERGUSON, ROBERT, businessman, justice of the peace, judge, office holder, and militia officer; b.

17 April in Logierait, Scotland, son of Adam Ferguson and Marjory Connacher; m. 11 Dec. Mary Adams, the first English child born on the Restigouche River, N.B., and they had eight sons and three.

Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Boxid IA Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark II City Toronto [u.a.] Donor Book Drive Edition. The Dictionary of Canadian Biography (DCB) is a dictionary of biographical entries for individuals who have contributed to the history of DCB, which was initiated inis a collaboration between the University of Toronto and Université Laval.

Fifteen volumes have so far been published with more than 8, biographies of individuals who died or whose last known activity fell. Biography – PACK, ROBERT – Volume VIII () – Dictionary of Canadian Biography. PACK, ROBERT, merchant, politician, and justice of the peace; b.

in Dorset, England, probably the son of Stephen Olive Pack and Olivia Horwood; m. Anna Ash in Carbonear, Nfld, and they had three daughters and two sons; d. there Biography – PETERSON, HEINRICH WILHELM – Volume VIII () – Dictionary of Canadian Biography. Print; Advanced Search; Send + Hide Sidebar; First Paragraph; Bibliography; Images; Find Out More; How to cite; Back to top; Tweet this DCB/DBC News.

New Biographies. Minor Corrections. Biography of the Day. PACAUD, ERNEST – Volume XIII. Biography – BEECHEY, FREDERICK WILLIAM – Volume VIII () – Dictionary of Canadian Biography Frederick William Beechey, b. son of Sir Wm Beechey, and father of Canadian artist, Francis Anne Hopkins portrait by George Duncan Beechey (brother), painted circa Dictionary of Canadian Biography / Dictionaire Biographique du Canada: Volume VIII, - © The Dictionary of Canadian Biography is the definitive biographical reference work in Canadian history.

"No serious student of Canada's past can function without access to this thorough, balanced and reliable source.". Originally published in London init appeared first in a one-volume and then in a two-volume edition. The next year a two-volume edition was followed by another in one volume, and in a final two-volume edition appeared.

The edition has twice been reprinted (New York, and ). Biography – MANNING, EDWARD – Volume VIII () – Dictionary of Canadian Biography. MANNING, EDWARD, Baptist minister; b. 16 Oct. in Ireland, third son of Peter Manning and Nancy Carroll; m.

25 June Rebecca Skinner, and they had three daughters; d. 12 Jan. in Upper Canard, N.S. The family of Peter Manning came to Nova Scotia in or either directly from. The Dictionary of Canadian Biography(DCB; French: Dictionnaire biographique du Canada) is a dictionaryof biographical entries for individuals who have contributed to the history of Canada.

The DCB, which was initiated inis a collaboration between the University of Torontoand Laval University. Fifteen volumes have so far been published with more than 8, biographies of. CLARKE, JOHN, fur trader; b. in Montreal, son of Simon Clarke, innkeeper, and Ann Waldorf; m.

first aboutaccording to the custom of the country, Josephte Kanhopitsa, and they had one daughter; m. secondly Sophia (Sapphira) Jacobina Spence (d. ), daughter of HBC clerk Joseph Spence, a fur-trade alliance entered into in or before and solemnized on .The Dictionary of Canadian Biography (DCB; French: Dictionnaire biographique du Canada) is a dictionary of biographical entries for individuals who have contributed to the history of Canada.

The DCB, which was initiated inis a collaboration between the University of Toronto and Laval University.Biography – McKENZIE, NANCY – Volume VIII () – Dictionary of Canadian Biography. Print; Advanced Search; Send + Hide Sidebar; First Paragraph; Bibliography; NANCY,” in Dictionary of Canadian Biography, vol.

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