1 edition of First missionaries and earliest Quakers of the Bay of Quinte district found in the catalog.
Caption title.In double columns.Includes bibliographical references.Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the National Library of Canada. Ottawa : Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions, 1996.8 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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|Pagination||xvi, 122 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
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The pioneer community suffered terribly against both starvation and the winter cold: at least five people are said to have died in Adolphustown.  Abraham, Steele to Executive Council, April 20, 1824, Upper Canada State Papers, Vol. Casey family Casey, Jane Casey, John Casey, Samuel Casey, Thomas Casey, Willet Casey, Wm.
If you have early ancestors who lived in the area this file may contain something for you. Her Quaker family emigrated to Cambria, New York in 1815, where she met and married her husband Charles Haviland, Jr. At the same time, the Haviland home became the first Underground Railroad station in Michigan.
In 1892, Victoria became a federated school of the University of Toronto and moved to the city, where Burwash remained as president and chancellor. After 1783there were considerable additions to this colony, the largest number coming from the 82d, or Hamilton Regiment, which had been on duty under General McLeanat Halifax and in the United States. Luke's 1838-78Greene and his family contributed substantially to that parish; Greene is buried in the church cemetery.
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Weakened by European diseases and internal conflicts over the increasing influence of the Jesuits, the Huron could not withstand the superior weapons of the Iroquois.