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Week 10 of Canada in the World

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10-Expansion and Colonialism; Viewing the West Presentation Transcript

  • 1. 10-Expansion & Colonialism: Viewing the West HIST 124: Canada in the World 16 November 2010
  • 2. European Fur Trade • 1760-1821 • British take over
  • 3. Hudson Bay Co  Nor’West Co 
  • 4. 2 companies • By 1790 • Hudson Bay Company (since 1670), London • NorthWest Company (since 1787, Nor’West Co), Montreal
  • 5. The Other Fur Trade • Consequences of changes in Trade • Migration • Dependance
  • 6. c1790
  • 7. 1800-1850
  • 8. Depopulation • War between Natives • Disease
  • 9. The two Fur Trades clash • Increased violence of trade, 1800-1815
  • 10. The Métis • Origins of Métis people • From children the trade to Nation
  • 11. The Métis • «Métis» • «Bois Brûlé» • «Country Born»
  • 12. The Bois Brûlé • By 1810s, sense of being a New Nation – Not Native, nor French, not English
  • 13. War between companies
  • 14. War between companies • 1815-20
  • 15. War between companies • 1815-20
  • 16. War between companies • 1815-20
  • 17. War between companies
  • 18. War between companies • 1815-20 • Solution = merger • 1821, Hudson Bay Company
  • 19. 1821
  • 20. Red River Thriving • Métis population booming • 1820s-40s
  • 21. Métis nationalism solidifying • Expanding role in trade • Movement West
  • 22. Métis autonomy • By 1840s, single most important trade/ military force in Prairies
  • 23. Métis expansion • Move with trade farther West and North • By 1860s, semi-permanent settlements on Upper and South Saskatchewan Rivers
  • 24. Descent into War • 1840s-1870s, extraordinary upheaval
  • 25. At Confederation • Territories west of Ontario are not part of Dominion of Canada • Rupert’s Land under authority of HBC