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The blacksmith in Upper Canada, 1784-1850

William Newman Thomas Wylie

The blacksmith in Upper Canada, 1784-1850

a study of technology, culture and power

by William Newman Thomas Wylie

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Published by Langdale Press in Gananoque, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Blacksmithing -- Ontario -- History.,
  • Blacksmiths -- Ontario -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby William N.T. Wylie.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTT220 .W93 1990
    The Physical Object
    Pagination216 p. :
    Number of Pages216
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17289485M
    ISBN 101895158001
    OCLC/WorldCa21159120

    The Idea of Loyalty in Upper Canada, (Book): Mills, David: Tory loyalty, in addition to demanding unquestioning adherence to the imperial connection, was exclusive. It was used both to distinguish Loyalists from the American late-comers and to differentiate supporters of the political status quo from opponents of the administration. Canada Copper Penny Tokens Lot of 3 Bank of Upper Canada. $ Canada Montreal Un Sou Colonial Token LC37 Agriculture Commerce Bas Coin 1. $ Nova Scotia One Penny Token Breton Copper. $ CANADA PE WITHOUT ""W&B NY"" PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND TOKEN -HIGHEST GRADE.

      Founding and Settlement. Some pioneer settlers brought personal belongings, including furniture, kitchen utensils, books and ornaments. Some settled on land prepared by Colonization Companies or within reach of villages or towns. For most, however — especially before roads, canals and railways provided communication and transportation of goods — pioneering on all of Canada's . The Idea of Loyalty in Upper Canada -- 2. The Ideological Foundations of Loyalty -- 3. The Alien Question and the Debate over Loyalty -- 4. Born in the Bosom of Loyalty: Egerton Ryerson and the Methodists in Upper Canada -- 5. \"We Seek Tranquility and Good Government, According to Our Constitution\": Moderate Toryism in the s -- 6.

    The blacksmith shop. What are the main differences between your day-to-day life and the life of a child living in Upper Canada in ? American slaves escaped aboard the Underground Railroad to freedom in Canada. This book presents the hard, dangerous path of the Underground Railroad. Call Number: EDW. Canada's leader in buying and selling collectible coins and banknotes, precious metals and jewellery. We offer Royal Canadian Mint collectible coins and provide selling values on coins and paper money.


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Samuel Lount (Septem – Ap ) was a blacksmith, farmer, magistrate and member of the Legislative Assembly in the province of Upper Canada for Simcoe County from to He was an organizer of the Upper Canada Rebellion of. A blacksmith used tongs to hold the hot metal while he hammered the metal to shape it A smith is someone who works with metal.

A blacksmith works with black metal (iron). It required strength to hammer a piece of raw metal until it was shaped into something useful.

Almost every prairie community had a blacksmith shop. William Henry Carroll, blacksmith. Born about in Doaktown, Canada. William was a blacksmith from about to the end of his 1784-1850 book after The birth certificate of son David Everett records Blacksmith as occupation as do the Blissfield New Brunswick Canada and Bristol New Brunswick Canada Census.

Upper Canada (Ontario) History Books On-Line Index. Thomas Crawford Stephenson Letters from Ireland - Newcastle District Marriages Scan of 'long-lost'.

marriage register from Cobourg Courthouse. Genealogy Documents Check. The and Upper Canada agricultural census data may be used to fill in a lot of the locations of pioneers who were located prior to the directory entries that are listed here. In addition my personal research databases have indexed settler locations for most of the counties of Ontario that begin with the first property records in the.

Upper Canada and Canada West (now Ontario), to (RG5-B9, volumes 13 to 44, microfilm C to C) This series also includes about ten bonds from to Lower Canada and Canada East (now Quebec), to (RG4-B28, volumes 29 to 41A, microfilm H to H) This series also includes about thirteen bonds from and Canadian Convicts on the HMS Buffalo From to a number of convicts were transported from the British colony of Canada (known then as Upper Canada) for taking part in the rebellions against the British crown.

82 were American patriots, who had crossed the border, and 58 were French prisoners from Lower Canada. 5 civil prisoners were also transported.

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The package arrived quickly and in good order. Tools - Centaur Forge: bxN. Spring St, Burlington Wis, () A complete selection of blacksmithing & farriers tools, books.

_____ The Ontario Genealogical Society has published a CD called "Index to the Upper Canada Land Books, February to February ", edited by Susan Smart, ISBN.

Pioneer Life in Upper Canada La vie de pionnier dans le Haut-Canada [ Pioneer Home ] [ School ] [ Saw Mill ] [ Grist Mill ] [ Blacksmith Shop ] [ General Store ] [ Doctor's Office ] [ Church ] Back to the Village.

The blacksmith made things mostly out of iron, which is black. That's why he was called a blacksmith. Upper Canada Village endeavours to depict life in a rural English Canadian setting during the year Featured at the site are over 40 historical buildings, including several working mills (woollen mill, grist-mill and sawmill) and trades buildings (blacksmith, tinsmith, cabinetmaker, cooper, bakery, cheese-maker).

Idea of Loyalty in Upper Canada, Book Description: Tory loyalty, in addition to demanding unquestioning adherence to the imperial connection, was exclusive. It was used both to distinguish Loyalists from the American late-comers and to differentiate supporters of the political status quo from opponents of the administration.

The standard discussion of Blacksmiths has been Howland Wood's article, "The Canadian Blacksmith Coppers" first published in The Numismatist in Wood assigned these shallow struck halfpence to early Ninteenth century colonial Canada before Confederation minting began in   Upper Canada Village - Explore Part 3/3 - Parks of the ce - Morrisburg - Ontario BLACKSMITH ATTEMPTS - TRICKIEST CENTER PUNCH EVER.

- Duration: Colonial and pre-confederation tokens of Canada. Upper Canada. Commercial Change - 1/2 penny Commercial Change - 1/2 penny Blacksmith - Tiffin Imitation. British Colonies - 1/2 penny Colonies Francoises - General Accomodation - 1/2 penny Book Courses Online.

More. Like us on Facebook. [Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada ] George Theodore Berthon oil on canvas, 43 x 33", x cm Government of Ontario Art Collection, Adam agent Alex Allan Anderson Andrew Angus Archibald Bell blacksmith brother or sister Brown Cameron Campbell Canada Canadian carpenter cents Charles clerk COUNTY OF BRUCE Daniel David DEALER Duncan Durham street Edward first fisherman Francis Fraser Frederick gentleman George Goderich Graham Hamilton Henry Hugh Huron terrace intestate.Lewis Horning (), the youngest son of Peter Horning, was 13 years old when he made the journey northward to Upper Canada with his parents, settling in the Hamilton area in He served as a lieutenant in the 5th Lincoln Militia during the War of and before the decade ended, had established himself as a successful farmer, owning.