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Statement respecting the Earl of Selkirk"s settlement upon the Red River, in North America

its destruction in 1815 and 1816, and the massacre of Governor Semple and his party : with observations upon a recent publication, entitled "A narrative of occurrences in the Indian countries," &c

by Halkett, John

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Published by John Murray ... in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 35417, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 35417
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination4 microfiches (170 fr.)
Number of Pages170
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Open LibraryOL24354951M
ISBN 100665354177


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Title: STATEMENT RESPECTING THE EARL OF SELKIRK'S SETTLEMENT UPON THE RED RIVER IN NORTH AMERICA; ITS DESTRUCTION IN AND ; AND THE MASSACRE OF GOVERNOR SEMPLE AND HIS PARTY Author Name: Categories: Canadiana, Edition: Reprint of London Edit of Publisher: Toronto, Coles Canadiana Collection: Binding: Paperbound Book Condition:.

Statement respecting the Earl of Selkirk's settlement upon the Red river, in North America: its destruction in the years and ; and the massacre of Governor Semple and his party ; with observations upon a recent publication, entitled " A narrative of occurrances in the Indian countries," &c by Halkett, John, Pages: Statement respecting the Earl of Selkirk's settlement upon the Red River in North America; its destruction in and ; and the massacre of Governor Semple and his party with observations upon a recent publication, entitled "A Narrative of occurrences.

Statement respecting the Earl of Selkirk's settlement of Kildonan upon the Red River in North America: Its destruction in the years andand the. In a former part of this Statement, it has been mentioned that the Earl of Selkirk had received in- formation, in the bcginp'ng of the yearthat it was suspected the Indians were likely to make an attack upon the Red River settlement; and, although the.

Statement respecting the Earl of Selkirk's settlement upon the Red River in North America; its destruction in and ; and the massacre of Governor Semple and his party with observations upon a recent publication, entitled "A Narrative of occurrences in the Indian Countries.".

Statement respecting the Earl of Selkirk's settlement upon the Red River in North America its destruction in and ; and the massacre of Governor Semple and his party: with observations upon a recent publication, entitled, A narrative of occurrences in the Indian countries, &c. by: Halkett, John, Statement respecting the Earl of Selkirk's settlement upon the Red River in North America.

Statement respecting the Earl of Selkirk's Settlement of Kildonan, upon the Red River, in North America [electronic resource]: its destruction in the years andand the massacre of Governor Semple and his party. By Author: John Halkett. Statement Respecting the Earl of Selkirk's Settlement Upon the Red River: In North America, Its Destruction in andand the Massage of Governor Semple and His Party with Observations Upon a Recent Publication3/5(1).

Statement respecting the Earl of Selkirk's settlement of Kildonan, upon the Red River, in North america ; its destruction in the years and ; and the massacre of Governor Semple and his party. The Red River Colony (or Selkirk Settlement) was a colonization project set up in by Thomas Douglas, 5th Earl of Selkirk onsquare kilometres (, sq mi) of land.

This land was granted to him by the Hudson's Bay Company, which is referred to as the Selkirk l: Upper Fort Garry.

Postscript to the statement respecting the Earl of Selkirk's settlement upon the Red River, in North America. [Montreal?]: [publisher not identified], [?] (OCoLC) Named Person: Thomas Douglas Selkirk, Earl; Thomas Douglas Selkirk, Earl: Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File.

Statement respecting the Earl of Selkirk's settlement upon the Red River, in North America [electronic resource]: its destruction in andand the massacre of Governor Semple and his party: with observations upon a recent publication, entitled.

A narrative of transactions in the Red River country ; from the commencement of the operations of the Earl of Selkirk, till the summer of the year / by Alexander M'Donell, Esq.

; with a map, exhibiting part of the route of the Canadian fur traders in the interior of North America, and comprising the scene of contest between Lord Selkirk and the North-west company. (Montréal, ). He is also the author of Postscript to the statement respecting the Earl of Selkirk’s settlement upon the Red River, in North America (Montreal, ).

A series of his letters appeared in London, probably inas Correspondence in the years, andbetween Earl Bathurst, and J. Halkett, Esq. Red River Settlement Facsimile of Section of Map in Lord Selkirk’s Colonists: the Romantic Settlement of the Pioneers of Manitoba by George Bryce, ca.

– (AMICUS ) Canadians are usually taught to see treaties as documents intended to induce Indigenous peoples to surrender their rights and title, much in the way that.

Statement respecting the earl of Selkirk's Settlement upon the Red River in North America: its destruction in and ; and the massacre of governor Semple and his party: with observations upon a recent publications, entitled, "A narrative of occurences in the Indian countries," etc.

Postscript to the statement respecting the Earl of Selkirk's settlement upon the Red River, in North Ame Canada and the Metis, / D.N. Sprague ; with a foreword by Thomas R.

Berger; Statement respecting the Earl of Selkirk's settlement upon the Red River in North America. Statement Respecting The Earl of Selkirk's Settlement upon the Red River in North America; Its Destruction in and ; and the Massacre of Governor Semple and His Party.

With Observations upon a recent publication, entitled &ldquot;A Narrative of Occurrences in the Indian Countries,&rdquot; &c. London: John Murray, Albemarle Street, Kenneth MacKenzie entered the service of the North West Company on 1 May as an apprentice clerk for a five-year period.

Statement respecting the Earl of Selkirk’s settlement upon the Red River in North America (London, ; repr. Land for settlement was chosen on the west side of the Red River, north of the point now known as Point Douglas.

The first colonists, from Ireland and The Hebrides, left Sligo, Ireland, on Jaboard the Robert Taylor, under the leadership of Owen Keveny. In the case of the Red River Settlement Lord Selkirk purchased the land from the Hudson’s Bay Company, who at that time held all of Rupert’s Land under their Charter ofgranted by Charles II.

This then was the condition of the Highlands when Lord Selkirk began his great work of colonization. John Halkett (–) Author of Statement Respecting the Earl of Selkirk's Settlement Upon the Red River, in North America; It's Destruction in and ; and the Massacre of.

This film tells the story of the Red River settlement, now the city of Winnipeg, Manitoba. The pioneer venture of Thomas Douglas, Earl of Selkirk, to establish a colony brought opposition from the North West Company, the Hudson's Bay Company’s powerful Director: Richard Gilbert.

In January Governor Miles MacDonell, appointed by Thomas Douglas, 5th Earl of Selkirk issued to the inhabitants of the Red River area a proclamation which became known as the Pemmican Proclamation. The proclamation was issued in attempt to stop the Métis people from exporting pemmican out of the Red River district.

Cuthbert Grant, leader of the Métis, disregarded MacDonell's. Wilcocke, Report of the proceedings connected with the disputes between the Earl of Selkirk, and the North-West Company, at the assizes, held at York in Upper Canada, October (Montreal, ).

Neufeld, “John Pritchard – unsung hero of the Red River settlement,” Winnipeg Free Press, 18. Postscript to the statement respecting the Earl of Selkirk's settlement upon the Red River, in North America [electronic resource].

By John Halkett AbstractAuthor: John Halkett. Selkirk Settlement - History of Canada and Canadians. The Selkirk Settlement. Although fur trading and settlement did not go well together, Thomas Douglas, earl of Selkirk, became interested in the possibilities of settling Scottish farmers who had lost their farms at home in the fertile valley of the Red River near present-day Winnipeg.

Selkirk letter in answer to a pamphlet entitled "A Postscript to the Statement Respecting the Earl of Selkirk's Settlement on the Red River in North America," - Sept. Selkirk to Lady Selkirk - 9 Nov. Selkirk to Lady Selkirk - 26 Feb. Selkirk to Earl of Liverpool - 19 Mar.

John Richardson to Edward Ellice - 25 Oct Statement Respecting the Earl of Selkirk's Settlement Upon the Red River in North America; Its Destruction in and (No Author Listed) Toronto: Coles Publishing Company, " x ". Red paper wrappers. Red River Settlement, (–36), colony in Canada on the banks of the Red River near the mouth of the Assiniboine River (in present-day Manitoba).

The colony was founded in –12 by Thomas Douglas, 5th earl of Selkirk, a Scottish philanthropist, who obtained from the Hudson’s Bay Company a grant ofsquare miles (, square km) in the Red and Assiniboine river valleys. Background. Miles MacDonell was the governor of the Red River Colony inthe area around Winnipeg, issued the Pemmican Proclamation which prohibited export of pemmican from the colony for the next year.

It was meant to guarantee adequate supplies for the Hudson's Bay Colony, but the North West Company viewed it as a ploy by the Earl of Selkirk to monopolize the commodity Location: Seven Oaks (Winnipeg, Manitoba).

The year marked the bicentenary of the founding of the Red River settlement by Scotsman Thomas Douglas, 5th Earl of Selkirk.

The settlement was able, with great difficulty, to take root and grow until it became part of Canada. Inafter a turbulent transition, the colony became Manitoba, the fifth Canadian province. A narrative of occurrences in the Indian countries of North America since the connexion of the Right Hon[orable] the Earl of Selkirk with the Hudson's Bay Company, and his attempt to establish a colony on the Red River: with a detailed account of his lordship's military expedition to and subsequent proceedings at Fort William in Upper Canada /.

Biography – education. The son of Thomas Douglas, 5th Earl of Selkirk and Joan Wedderburn-Colville, was born on 22 April in London, styled as The Lord Daer from birth until He succeeded to the title of 6th Earl of Selkirk on 8 Apriland the title of 6th Lord Daer and Shortcleuch.

He was first educated at Eton College and Christ Church, Oxford, between at Eton College.The Memorial & petition of the people of Rupert's land and North-west territory, British America, to his excellency, U.S.

Grant, president of the United States Published: () Narrative respecting the destruction of the Earl of Selkirk's settlement upon Red River, in the year by: McDonald, Archibald, The Northwest from to Name: _____ Horizons p.

- The Selkirk Settlement: also called the Red River Colony Review: The Métis Children of _____ fur traders and First Nations women Blended First Nations culture and European culture, creating their own unique _____ Settled in the Red River Valley because it was good _____ and close to the plains and _____ Sold pemmican to the .