The transition of Bytown to Ottawa, 1827-1877 by William Pittman Lett Download PDF EPUB FB2
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Books Format: Pamphlet. The Historical Society of Ottawa. BoxStation "B", Ottawa, ON. K1P 5P6. The Transition of Bytown to Ottawa in the Bytown Pamphlet Series. The Historical Society of Ottawa Publications, Van Cortlandt, Gertrude.
Records of the Rise and Progress of the City of Ottawa in the Bytown Pamphlet Series. The Historical Society of Ottawa. The Project Gutenberg eBook of Recollections Of Bytown And; About; Contact; Recollections of Bytown and Its Old Inhabitants.
Recollections of Bytown and its. Chronological History of Bytown - Mary M. Cox Author's Note: I have fond memories of a lady living in our home when I was nine years old who told fascinating stories about Bytown. She was born in Ottawa in the late s or early s.
It is to this lady that I owe a debt of gratitude. Ottawa is not a handsome city, and does not appear destined to become one either." Sketch entitled First Landing, Bytown, The sketch was supposedly drawn by Colonel By himself upon his arrival - McCord Museum M Ottawa was a rough place, without a doubt, but was well on its way to becoming the elegant city we know today.
17th century. – Étienne Brûlé is the first European to see the Chaudière Falls – Samuel de Champlain passes the site of the future Ottawa on June 4. to – A royal charter from the King of France evolved to give successive groups monopolies to invest in the vast territory of New France, control the fur trade and manage colonization.
The Bytown and Prescott railway first crossed into Bytown in April – Ottawa experienced economic progress and expanding transportation routes.
The railway was a bold achievement, and Sir Richard Scott believed in Ottawa’s progress and potential to become the Capital, but “ without the railway the hope was only a dream”.
Jamieson, M., “Schools and schoolmasters of Bytown and early Ottawa” in Transactions of the Women’s Canadian Historical Society of Ottawa, vol. III,pages 36. A history of old Bytown and vicinity, now the city of Ottawa by,s.n. edition, Microform in English.
Recollections of Bytown and Its Old Inhabitants. The Project Gutenberg eBook of Recollections Of Bytown And. The guest speaker for the first HSO meeting of is familiar to many who have a love of Ottawa’s past.
As the executive director of the Bytown Museum, Robin Etherington has been an enthusiastic promoter of culture and heritage in Ottawa for over 20 years. Robin has been the executive director of Bytown Museum since Ottawa Branch member Allan Lewis has a large web site for history and genealogy in the Ottawa area.
It is located at and consists of about 1, web pages (so far). The site has a dedicated Google search engine on every page, where visitors are able to search for surnames, geographic locations or subject matter.
“The respectful reinternment of remains from Ottawa’s earliest settlers allows those who pioneered our city to rest in peace at the new Barrack Hill Cemetery within Beechwood Cemetery.” – Mayor Jim Watson.
Key facts. Bytown’s earliest residents from all levels of society and of all ages were buried at Barrack Hill Cemetery. Chronicled Ottawa’s development in poetry and journalism, including pamphlets on local history such as The City of Ottawa and its Surroundings and The Transition of Bytown to Ottawa and poetry, such as the oft-cited Recollections of Bytown and its Old Inhabitants.
Bytown is almost always depicted as being an outpost in the wilderness; a frontier town surrounded by nothing but rugged land and trees. That description really belonged to the town across the river.
Inan American named Philemon Wright traveled north of the border to inspect and survey a parcel of land on the north shore of the Ottawa River. Recollections of Bytown and Its Old Inhabitants. PD by myhyp.
Leave a Comment on Recollections of Bytown and Its Old Inhabitants. PD by myhyp. Leave a Comment on Post navigation. Recollections of Bytown and Its. His new book, Chaudière Falls, is about how our National Capital Region came into existence, including the establishment of Bytown/Ottawa, the village of Aylmer, and the founding of Hull Township by Philemon Wright — interesting because Philemon Wright was recently touched upon, briefly, by another article in our newsletter.
Recollections of Bytown and Its Old Inhabitants 27 June hiku. Recollections of Bytown and Its Old Inhabitants - Project Gutenberg. W.H. Bartlett, The Ottawa River at Bytown,steel engraving on chine collé, 27 x cm, National Gallery of Canada.
Birth, marriage & death notices: the Bytown Packet, the Ottawa Citizen, = Naissances, mariages et décès: Le Bytown Packet, Le Ottawa Citizen,[foreword by Alan Rayburn ; index prepared under the direction of Michael Newton]., Toronto Public Library. Ottawa, The Historical Society of Ottawa, Bytown pamphlet series, No 30,15 pages.
BROCHURE Lambton, Gunda, “Teresa Meness of the Maniwaki Algonquins” dans Up the Gatineau!. Ottawa (/ ˈ ɒ t ə w ə / (), / ˈ ɒ t ə w ɑː /; Canadian French pronunciation:) is the capital city of stands on the south bank of the Ottawa River in the eastern portion of southern borders Gatineau, Quebec, and forms the core of the Ottawa–Gatineau census metropolitan area (CMA) and the National Capital Region (NCR).
As ofOttawa had a city population. WILLIAM PITTMAN LETT (): Editor, poet and Ottawa’s first city clerk, a position he held for 36 years. Chronicled Ottawa’s development in poetry and journalism, including pamphlets on local history such as “The City of Ottawa and its Surroundings” and “The Transition of Bytown to Ottawa ,” and poetry, such as the oft-cited “Recollections of Bytown and its Old.
Watercolour by John Burrows illustrating Bytown ca. with a view of the first eight locks and the cut-stone Sappers Bridge. Bytown (Ottawa) with a View of the First Eight Locks and the Sappers Cut Stone Bridge. John Burrowes fonds. Library and Archives Canada, accession numberC In the railway reached Bytown.
Then in Bytown changed its name to Ottawa when it was incorporated as a city. In Queen Victoria made Ottawa the capital of Canada. Meanwhile the city developed rapidly. The College of Bytown was founded in In it was renamed The College of Ottawa.
In it became Ottawa University. Early Ottawa became Bytown inwhen work on the canal began. The settlement was named after Colonel John By, who was drafted in from England to oversee construction. The Rideau Canal was opened inallowing for faster and safer transport from Montreal and bringing in much prosperity for the emerging city.
Doctors, and certainly coroners — as Van Cortlandt was through most of his career in 19th-century Bytown/Ottawa — can become inured to what disturbs or horrifies others. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker.
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