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Published by s.n. in [Stratford, Ont.? .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Land settlement -- Ontario.,
  • Ontario -- Emigration and immigration.

Book details:

Edition Notes

SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 89817
ContributionsLinton, John J. E. 1804-1869.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 microfiche (23 fr.)
Number of Pages23
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17453005M
ISBN 100665898177

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The Canada Company was responsible for the opening and settling of over two million acres of land in Upper Canada. Author Robert C. Lee focuses his attention on the extensive parcel of land on the shores of Lake Huron that became known as the Huron Tract. His comprehensive research explores the underlying forces leading to the formation of the Company, the intriguing . The Canada Company was a large private chartered British land development company, incorporated by royal charter on Aug , under an act of British parliament, given royal assent on J , to aid in the colonization of a large part of Upper ally formed to acquire and develop Upper Canada's undeveloped clergy reserves and crown Founded: , c BOOK - Vol 3: Huron District Marriage Register includes Baptisms and Burials By Dan Walker & Fawne Stratford-Devai Published by . Unsuccessful in its bid to buy more than 2 million acres of surveyed British Crown Reserves and Clergy Reserves in Upper Canada, the Canada Land Company settled for million acres of un-surveyed land west of London. On , the Canada Land Company paid the Crown £, ($,) for a territory that would eventually become the counties of Huron, Perth .

In The Days of the Canada Company, originally published in , provides a detailed history of the Canada Company and its role in populating present-day Huron is the story of the settlement of the Huron Tract and a detailed view of social life of the period with many anecdotes about specific individuals and families. 3 private ownership of the property. This record appears in Record Group 1 (Crown Land Records), Series C-I-3 (Fiats and Warrants), Vol. (Register for Military Fiats), P which has been microfilmed on MS , Reel Translation of sample entry 2: P. Jenning, whose residence is not listed in the records, bought the title from the Canada Company ("CC") for lot File Size: KB. Coordinates. The Huron Tract Purchase also known as the Huron Block, registered as Crown Treaty Num is a large area of land in southwestern Ontario bordering on Lake Huron to the west and Lake Erie to the east. The area spans the counties of Huron, Perth, Middlesex and present day Lambton County, Ontario in the province of Ontario.. The Huron Tract was .   Read "The Canada Company and the Huron Tract, Personalities, Profits and Politics" by Robert C. Lee available from Rakuten Kobo. The Canada Company was responsible for the opening and settling of over two million acres of Brand: Dundurn.

The Computerized Land Record Index (aka Ontario Land Record Index) summarizes land grants of Crown Land, sales of land from Canada Company sales or leases and from Peter Robinson settlers' grants. If your ancestor settled anywhere in Ontario and he was the first time owner of Crown Land, he should be on these lists.   In the days of the Canada Company: the story of the settlement of the Huron Tract and a view of the social life of the period, by Lizars, Robina, d. ; Lizars, Kathleen Macfarlane, d. The Settlers in Canada book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. He was killed by an Indian, but it is difficult to say why. F /5. In the Days of the Canada Company; The Story of the Settlement of the Huron Tract and a View of the Social Life of the Period, [Lizars, Robina] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In the Days of the Canada Company; The Story of the Settlement of the Huron Tract and a View of the Social Life of the Period4/5(1).