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early settlements of the Eastern Townships.

E. J. Struthers

early settlements of the Eastern Townships.

by E. J. Struthers

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Published by Bishop"s University] in [Lennoxville, Que .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Eastern Townships (Québec) -- History

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsBishop"s University. Extension Department
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF5495E3 S87
    The Physical Object
    Pagination23, [4] leaves.
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19372237M

    Read it here at Google Books The Untold Story: The Irish in Canada, edited by Robert O'Driscoll and Lorna Reynolds, Celtic Arts of Canada, Toronto, , ISBN Irish Settlements in Eastern Canada - A Study of Cultural Transfer and Adaptation, by John J. Mannion, a University of Toronto, Department of Geography and Research. See also Françoise Noël, Competing for Souls: Missionary Activity and Settlements in the Eastern Townships, (Sherbrooke: Université de Sherbrooke, ). Her study provides excellent information concerning the religious makeup of the early settlements.

    original brown,blind-stamped cloth, gilt cover title, pages,first edition, wear along fore edge of spine at front cover, title page separating at hinge (2 inches from bottomm edge only, in protective mylar covers, text block is tight, clean, a very good copy,scarce. a work containing official and reliable information respecting the formation of settlements; with incidents in their early. Welcome to Eastern Townships Lush rolling hills, crystal-clear lakes and checkerboard farms fill the Eastern Townships, or the Cantons-des-l'Est as they're known by French-speaking inhabitants. The region begins 80km southeast of Montréal and is squished between the labyrinth of minor highways that stretch all the way to the Vermont and New.

    In the 's an organization called the British American Land Company (BALC) was sold land in the Eastern Townships by the British government for a pittance on the understanding that the company would use the land for settling English-speakers in those townships before more of the French from the St. Lawrence region moved in.   The Eastern Townships region is located in the Appalachian hills of south-central Québec, between Montréal and Québec City. The townships extend from Granby to Lac Mégantic and from Drummondville to the US border. The first inhabitants were the Abenaki, who travelled the region for hunting and only settlement during the French regime was a trading post at Grandes .


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Early settlements of the Eastern Townships by E. J. Struthers Download PDF EPUB FB2

Full and correct title reads Pioneers of the Eastern Townships: A work containing official and reliable information respecting the formation of settlements; with incidents in their early History; and details of Adventures, Perils and Deliverances.

The author writes: "the object of the book is to bring a more lively remembrance of the hardships and privations suffered by the early settlers of.

The Eastern Townships (French: Cantons de l'Est) is a tourist region and a former administrative region in southeastern Quebec, Canada, situated between the former seigneuries south of the Saint Lawrence River and the United States northern boundary roughly followed Logan's Line (or Logan's Fault)—the geologic boundary between the St.

Lawrence Lowlands and the Appalachian Mountains. The original title of this book was a long one: Contributions To The History of The Eastern Townships, A Work Containing An Account of the Early Settlement of St.

Armand, Dunham, Sutton, Brome, Potton, and Bolton; With a History of the Principle Events That Have Transpired in Each of These Townships Up To The Present Time [].Author: Cyrus Thomas. Over the generations, there were many connections between the early Protestant settlements in the Eastern Townships and in Pontiac County, Quebec which is north-west of the cities of Ottawa and Hull.

For example, here is a photo of Sarah Moore Parker who was related to the early Moore and Parker settlers in Hull, Quebec. Title Our county; its history and early settlement by townships. Contributor Names Ellis, John S. (John Seymour), Full text of "Contributions to the history of the Eastern Townships [microform]: a work containing an account of the early settlement of St.

Armand, Dunham, Sutton, Brome, Polton, and Bolton: with a history of the principal events that have transpired in each of these townships up. Contributions to the history of the Eastern Townships [microform]: a work containing an account of the early settlement of St.

Armand, Dunham, Sutton, Brome, Polton, and Bolton: with a history of the principal events that have transpired in each of these townships up to the present time by Thomas, C. (Cyrus), Pages: Contributions to the History of the Eastern Townships: A Work Containing an Account of the Early Settlement of St.

Armand, Dunham, Sutton, Brome, Patt by Cyrus Thomas Overview - This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important.

Pioneers of the Eastern Townships ($) An online book containing official and reliable information respecting the formation of settlements, with incidents in their early history, and details of adventures, perils and deliverances.

Searchable online edition of this book published in A physical copy of the book is available at Global Genealogy. Eaton Corner is one of the oldest settlements in the Eastern Townships of Quebec. Settlement began in the s.

Both Loyalists and Patriots from the United States were the first non-native settlers in the Townships. They had been each other's enemies a few years before, but in the Townships they prospered together.

Shows landholders' names and townships (ca. ) as after the separation of Delaware County from Chester County in Does not show boundary lines of real-property tracts. Removed from textual publication: Smith, George, History of Delaware County, Pennsylvania, LC classification: FD3 S6.

Originally designed to fold to 23 x 13 cm. Available also through the. Gould, our guide explained, was one of the first areas settled by the Scots in the Eastern Townships. The origins of the village, and the Township of Lingwick that surrounds it, date back to when the first poverty-stricken Scots from the Isle of Lewis arrived in the area.

The original title of this book was a long one: Contributions To The History of The Eastern Townships, A Work Containing An Account of the Early Settlement of St.

Armand, Dunham, Sutton, Brome, Potton, and Bolton; With a History of the Principle Events That Have Transpired in Each of These Townships Up To The Present Time {].

Cyrus Thomas created a work that has endured as a valued. Loyalist of the Eastern Townships is a rather scattered collection of personal accounts, but very relevant to the settlement of the Townships. Eleven Exiles: Accounts of Loyalists of the American Revolution, [5] has two useful appendices, the first (A) a chronology of major events between andthe second (B) lists the exact date of.

Later sections deal with the townships and boroughs. Each section gives a history and description of the township or borough containing such information as the early settlers to the area, businesses and industries of the area, local officials, internments in local cemeteries, early tax lists, etc.

The Eastern Townships is a huge section of Quebec. It was opened up for settlement by the British in the early ’s. When the Americans declared their independence inthose loyal to the British Crown decided that they did not want to live with the new republicanism.

Many fled north, to a land that was still under British control. Contributions to the History of the Eastern Townships; A Work Containing an Account of the Early Settlement of St. Armand, Dunham, Sutton, Brome, Pott [Cyrus Thomas] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher.4/5(1).

Inthe civil administrator of Lower Canada, Alured Clarke, ordered to survey the Crown lands south of the Saint Lawrence River into townships to make room for the Loyalists who had fled the United about a fifth of these townships were eventually settled by Loyalists. The rest of the surveyand land was settled by successive waves of French, American, Scottish, and Irish.

The spectacular lake, picturesque mountains and ethereal Abbey come together to create an unforgettable landscape. Explore both villages (North Hatley and Eastman are as picture-perfect as they are charming) and the great outdoors (Mont Orford is the destination par excellence for sporty types) without forgetting, of course, to slow down and enjoy the sights and sounds of Magog.

History Early Settlements The following information is quoted directly from Greensboro, North Carolina – The County Seat of Guilford, by Ethel Stephens Arnett, written under the direction of Walter Clinton Jackson; published by the University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, NC, copyright by the University of North Carolina Press.

Get this from a library! Pioneers of the Eastern townships: a work containing official and reliable information respecting the formation of settlements, with incidents in their early history, and details of adventures, perils and deliverances. [C M Day].Get this from a library! Pioneers of the Eastern Townships: a work containing official and reliable information respecting the formation of settlements, with incidents in their early history, and details of adventures, perils, and deliverances.

[C M Day].Because of their possible ties to settlements prior to the Northwest Territory expansion and earliest settlement days, Whitewater and Brooksville townships may be areas for further investigation. Bibliogrpahy. Atlas of Franklin County, Indiana. Chicago: J. H. Beers & Co., Bigham, Darrell E.