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Title The Settlers in Canada, Vol 2
Author(s) Captain Marryat
Section Section II: Empire Writing & the Literature of Empire
Date 1844
Document Type Printed Book
Place of Publication London
Publisher Longman, Brown, Green & Longmans
Library British Library
Reference 1208.F.29
Notes Written for Young People.
Region North America
Places Canada, Montreal (pp6, 35, 68), Quebec (pp18, 35, 371)
Topics novel, fiction, children's literature, adventure, emigration, settlers, colonists, farming, fur trade (pp7-8), Native Americans (pp12, 23, 30, 93-99, 102-103, 181-185, 209-230, 275), religion (p12), natural history, beavers (pp22-23), wolves (pp121-122), hunting (pp24, 52, 101, 136-145, 248), bear (pp29-34, 248-250), French Empire (p45), colonial conflict (pp44-45), conflict with Native Americans (pp126-128, 218-230, 251-252, 260, 266-267, 274, 279, 293-297, 303-326), war between France and England (pp44-45), American Independence (pp46-47), democracy (p49), slavery (p51), law (p54), patriotism (p67), nationality (p67), livestock (p70), inter-racial marriage (pp73-74, 77-82), status of women (p74), forest fire (pp104, 113), Native American religion (pp132-135), missionary work (p132), death (p153), land rights (pp164-165, 177), marriage (pp168-173, 360, 362), colonial government (pp176, 256), emigrants (pp255, 257-260), law, crime and punishment (p258), status of women (p275), European 'turned native' (pp303, 310-313, 335)
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