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relations of the United States to the Canadian rebellion of 1837-1838.

Orrin Edward Tiffany

relations of the United States to the Canadian rebellion of 1837-1838.

by Orrin Edward Tiffany

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Published by Coles Pub. Co. in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Canada -- History -- Rebellion, 1837-1838.,
  • United States -- Foreign relations -- Canada.,
  • Canada -- Foreign relations -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesColes Canadiana collection
    The Physical Object
    Pagination147 p. :
    Number of Pages147
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13586541M
    LC Control Number05015533

    Orrin Edward Tiffany has written: 'The relations of the United States to the Canadian rebellion of ' -- subject(s): Foreign relations, History Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights. The relations of the United States to the Canadian rebellion of / by Orrin Edward Tiffany. FC T53 A Transnationalism: Canada-United States history into the twenty-first century / edited by Michael D. Behiels and Reginald C. Stuart.

      In he attended the United Nations Conference on international organization in San Francisco. His most important contribution to scholarly writing was The Relations of the United States to the Canadian Rebellion of , published by the Buffalo Historical Society, and considered by recent historians as still “the most detailed.   US Marshal Garrow's estimate is found in the Carroll Free Press, 19 January ; and Orrin Edward Tiffany, "Relations of the United States to the Canadian Rebellion of ," in Frank H. Severance, ed., Publications of the Buffalo Historical Society (hereafter PBHS), Vol. 8 (Buffalo, NY ), 32, 42, believes that the British attack on the.

    The Republic of Canada – Canada’s 1st Civil War () By Danny Bouchard This article is the second installment of many in a series detailing Canadian participations in conflicts ranging from the colonial times (XVIIth century) to Korea and Peacekeeping. Although the United States was technically neutral in the matter of an internal Canadian rebellion against Great Britain in , some disgruntled American workers saw the rebels as latter-day embodiments of the spirit of the American Revolution and were drawn into an alliance with them.


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Notes. Originally Pages: The Relations of the United States to the Canadian Rebellion of () "The story of the Upper Canadian rebellion". Blackett Robinson, Toronto; Charles Lindsey, The Life and Times of William Lyon Mackenzie and the Rebellion of – ; cited by Betsy Dewar Boyce, The Rebels of Hastings, Dent, John Charles ().Location: Toronto, Upper Canada.

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This is the historical significance of Author: Julien Arseneau. Escape to the United States. By December and Januarymembers of the rebellions of –38 had suffered defeats at the hands of British and Loyalist forces. Rebels and rebel leaders, such as William Lyon Mackenzie, Ludger Duvernay, Robert Nelson and Louis-Joseph Papineau, sought refuge in such states as New York and leaders attempted to get assistance from Americans.

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