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From Rupert"s Land to Canada

Essays in Honour of John E. Foster

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Published by The University of Alberta Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Literary Collections,
  • Literature: Classics,
  • American history,
  • Canada,
  • Collections & anthologies of various literary forms,
  • History / Canada,
  • Essays

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsTheodore Binnema (Editor), Gerhard J. Ens (Editor), Roderick C. Macleod (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages294
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8211509M
    ISBN 100888643632
    ISBN 109780888643636

    Jun 15,  · Book Review by: Paiso Jamakar. A.A. den Otter presents in this book the views of different people through history on how they understood and defined the words ‘civilization’ and ‘wilderness’ particularly in relation to Canada, but also the United States. Nov 13,  · Prince Rupert, cousin of Charles, was the first governor of the company, whence the name. Rupert’s Land ceased to exist as a territorial entity in , when the land became part of the Dominion of Canada, but the name still is used as that of an ecclesiastical province of the Anglican Church of Canada.

    Oct 06,  · Yes that's the idea I had. The area being sold to the US in right after the founding of the Dominion of Canada. Given the choice I'm sure that US would buy Rupert's Land over Alaska. The Centre for Rupert's Land Studies Academic Centres and Chairs. The Centre for Rupert's Land Studies at The University of Winnipeg facilitates scholarly research and publishing concerning the human history of the Hudson Bay watershed, known in the period from as Rupert's Land.

    Anglican Archives in Rupert's Land by WILMA MACDONALD Until the vast area which is now northern Quebec and Ontario, the prairies, Northwest Territories, Yukon, and portions of British Columbia was known as Rupert's. Bishop of Rupert's Land The Rt Revd Geoffrey Woodcroft Province: Rupert's Land Address: Nesbitt Bay, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 1W6, Canada Fax: +1


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Rupert’s Land, also called Prince Rupert’s Land, historic region in northern and western Canada. The name was applied to the territory comprising the drainage basin of Hudson Bay, granted by King Charles II in to the Hudson’s Bay Company. Prince Rupert, cousin of Charles, was the first governor of the company, whence the name.

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John E. Foster spent many years researching and From Ruperts Land to Canada book the Metis, continually re-examining his own thinking about the fur Author: Theodore Binnema. The Diocese of Rupert's Land is a diocese of the Ecclesiastical Province of Rupert's Land of the Anglican Church of ktexcleaning.com is named for the historical British North American territory of Rupert's Land, which was contained within the original diocesan boundaries.

The diocese is located in southern Manitoba and north-western Ontario, consisting of the area immediately surrounding Winnipeg Cathedral: Cathedral of St. John, Winnipeg. In From Rupert's Land to Canada, in tribute to John's work, his friends and colleagues further explore themes related to "Native History and the Fur Trade," "Metis History," and the "Imagined West".

Contributors include Michael Payne, Nicole St-Onge, Jan Grabowski, Jennifer Brown, Heather Rollason, Frits Pannekoek, Heather Devine, Gerhard Ens. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.

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From Rupert's Land to Canada: Essays in Honour of John E. Foster. by Theodore of inquiry across disciplinary boundaries, and, playing with ideas that re-imagined the Canadian West.

In From Rupert's Land to Canada, in tribute to John's work, his friends and colleagues further explore themes related to "Native History and the Fur Trade Author: Theodore Binnema. What is “Rupert’s Land”. The Centre for Rupert's Land Studies “Rupert’s Land” was the name given to the Hudson Bay watershed by King Charles II of Great Britain and Ireland in At the time, he had no idea that this encompassed about 3, square kilometers (1, square miles).

Jun 24,  · Canada secured a new frontier for settlement; the company received £, and 20 percent of the territory’s arable land. Inthe transfer became official and title to Rupert’s Land (and the adjacent North West Territory) passed to Canada. The Inuit, First Nations and Métis who lived in this vast region were not consulted in the matter.

Rupert's Land is a historical territory. Most of it is in Canada today, but some is in the United ktexcleaning.comally, the Hudson’s Bay Company owned it. It is named after Prince Rupert of the ktexcleaning.com was the first head of the company.

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Feb 27,  · the purchse of ruperts land. Saturday night special Aug 31st 7 pm live Auction storage unit treasures with Uncle Jed Jerry Whitney watching Live now. Mar 02,  · As urban Indigenous ministry developer for the Diocese of Rupert’s Land, the Rev. Vincent Solomon plays the lead role in ongoing work to bolster Indigenous Anglican ministry in the city of Winnipeg—work that has three major components.

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Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Posted by rupertsland on Jan 3, Companion Parish Connections in Rupert’s Land and Uganda. The Diocese of Rupert’s Land and the Diocese of Central Buganda have had a “companion diocese” relationship for about 20 years – the most recent covenant covers the period – St.

Rupert's Land, or Prince Rupert's Land, was a territory in British North America comprising the Hudson Bay drainage basin, a territory in which a commercial monopoly was operated by the Hudson's Bay Company for years from to The area once known as Rupert's Land is now mainly a part of Canada, but a small portion is now in the United States, it was named after Prince Rupert of Historical era: Age of Discovery.For nearly two centuries, the Company of Adventurers trading into Hudson’s Bay exported from Rupert’s Land hundreds of thousands of pelts, leaving in exchange a wealth of European trade goods.

Yet opening the vast northwest had more far-reaching effects than an exchange of beaver and beads. Essays by a dozen scholars explore the cultural tapestry woven by explorers, artists, settlers.The book points to how districts became key to a number of colonial projects, laying the infrastructure for the modern reserve system in Canada.

In this sense, the book provides a critical genealogy of how the command of space and social vision shaped Canada's colonial geography.