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commercial empire of the St. Lawrence 1760-1850

Donald Creighton

commercial empire of the St. Lawrence 1760-1850

by Donald Creighton

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Published by Ryerson Press in Toronto .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby D.G. Creighton.
SeriesThe relations of Canada and the United States
The Physical Object
Paginationvii,441 p. :
Number of Pages441
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13893898M

The commercial empire of the St. Lawrence, A compendious history of the northern part of the province of New Brunswick: and of the District of Gaspe in Lower Canada Dictionnaire généalogique des familles du Richelieu et leurs descendants franco-americains (in French). The Commercial Empire of the St. Lawrence, – () • 5 Dark Age Ahead () • 28 Dry Lips Oughta Move to Kapuskasing () • 23 Duplessis () • 19 The Ecstasy of Rita Joe () • 13 Empire and Communications () • 8 Federalism and the French Canadians () • .

It isn’t until the middle of the excerpt from Donald Creighton’s book “The Empire of the St. Lawrence” when the river “which led from the eastern shore into the heart of the continent” (1), “possessed a geographical monopoly” (2), and “offered a pathway to the central mysteries” (5) is revealed to be the St. Lawrence. 2 Originally published in as Donald G. Creighton, The Commercial Empire of the St. Lawrence, ,the book was reissued in with the revised title The Empire of the St. Lawrence. A Study in Commerce and Politics (Toronto: Macmillan).

  The Commercial Empire of the St. Lawrence, (Toronto: Ryerson Press) GENTILCORE, R. L. ed Historical Atlas of Canada: The Land Transformed to , Vol. II (Toronto: University of Toronto Press). The commercial empire of the St. Lawrence, ; The commercial tercentenary of New York, ; Commission on Building Districts and Restrictions tentative report; A complete and accurate description of the procession which took place in the city of New-York.


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Lawrence).Reflecting the new emphasis on socioeconomic factors that dominated Canadian historical writing in the s, this masterly and elegantly written work deals with the St Lawrence Valley's influence as a transportation.

Originally published in as "The Commercial Empire of the St. Lawrence, " and re-issued in its present form inDonald Creighton's study of the St. Lawrence became an essential text in Canadian history courses.

This, his first book, helped establish Creighton as the foremost English Canadian historian of his generation. Donald Grant Creighton CC FRSC (–) was a Canadian historian whose major works include The Commercial Empire of the St-Lawrence, – (first published in ), a detailed study on the growth of the English merchant class in relation to the St Lawrence River in Canada.

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Lawrence, - " and re-issued in its present form inDonald Creighton's study of the St. Lawrence became an essential text in Canadian history courses.

This, his first book, helped establish Creighton as the foremost English Canadian historian of his generation. Originally published in as The Commercial Empire of the St.

Lawrence, - and re-issued in its present form inDonald Creighton s study of the St. Lawrence became an essential text in Canadian history courses. This, his first book, helped establish Creighton as the foremost English Canadian historian of his generation.

The river – and, by extension, the seaway – offered the potential, as William Kilbourn phrased it, to “fulfill that age-old dream at the heart of Canadian history, the Empire of the St. Lawrence.”20 The Laurentian thesis, most prominently forwarded by Creighton in his The Commercial Empire of the St.

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Lawrence became an essential text in Canadian history courses. This, his first book, helped. Originally published in as "The Commercial Empire of the St.

Lawrence, " and re-issued in its present form inDonald Creighton's study of the St. Lawrence became an essential text in Canadian history courses. This, his first book, helped establish Creighton as the foremost English Canadian historian of his generation. In it, he examines the trading system that developed.

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