Makers of Canada
Papineau & Cartier By Alfred D. DeCelles (1909)


CONTENTS

Chapter I - The Early Years of Papineau
Chapter II - A Retrospect
Chapter III - The Parliamentary Regime
Chapter IV - His First Steps in Politics
Chapter V - The Union Scheme of 1822
Chapter VI - Papineau Returns to Canada - At War with Lord Dalhousie
Chapter VII - Papineau's Troubles with his friends
Chapter VIII - Lord Aylmer in the Path of Dalhousie
Chapter IX - The Ninety-Two Resolutions
Chapter X - "La Convention"
Chapter XI - Lord Gosford: Nearing the Denouncement
Chapter XII - To Arms!
Chapter XIII - The Rebellion and its Causes
Chapter XIV - Exile and Return to Canada
Chapter XV - Conclusion

CONTENTS

Chapter I - Youth and Revolt
Chapter II - Canada after the Rebellion
Chapter III - In Public Life
Chapter IV - In Power
Chapter V - Trade and Transportation
Chapter VI - Confederation of the British Provinces
Chapter VII - Conflict and Victories
Chapter VIII - Cartier and the Church
Chapter IX - Cartier and the Militia
Chapter X - Cartier and La Fontaine
Chapter XI - Character and Policy


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