2 edition of Place-names in the Thousand Islands, St. Lawrence River found in the catalog.
Place-names in the Thousand Islands, St. Lawrence River
by Dept. of Marine and Fisheries for Geographic Board of Canada in Ottawa
Written in English
|Statement||by James White.|
|Contributions||Geographic Board of Canada.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||7 p. ;|
Map of A map showing the early French settlements around the Gulf of St. Lawrence and along the St. Lawrence River to Montreal. The map shows Prima Tierra Vista (Prima Terra Vista: First view of land) by John Cabot in , Port Royal established in , the Iroquois village of Stadacona near what was to become Quebec in , the iroquois village of Hochelaga which . The best time you can go back to this city in Texas is in the s with a population between a thousand before everything exploded. (There are also 13 more Friscos in total in 13 states such as Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Louisiana, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Utah, and Virginia).Accident: A town in Maryland with an unfortunate .
During this period he also worked with the legendary future explorer James Cook on a monumental chart of the St. Lawrence River. Upon the conclusion of the Seven Years War, Britain's empire in North America was greatly expanded, and this required the creation of a master atlas featuring new and accurate sea charts for use by the Royal Navy. The Thousand Islands constitute an archipelago that straddles the Canada-U.S. border in the Saint Lawrence River as it emerges from the northeast corner of Lake Ontario. They stretch for about 50 miles (80 km) downstream from Kingston, Ontario. The Canadian islands are in the province of Ontario, the U.S. islands in the state of New York.
The word Canada is likely derived from the St. Lawrence Iroquois word Kanata, meaning “village” or “settlement.” While the French explorer Jacques Cartier was traveling up the St. Lawrence River in , the indigenous peoples directed him to a specific village, the future Quebec City, using the word Kanata. Boyer states (on his place-names cards at C. C. H.S.) that about (only two years after the railroad opened) Westmont was known as Glenwood, after the railroad station, but in was changed by a town meeting vote to "Westmont" (the name of a popular race horse of the day).
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PLACE-NAMES IN THE THOUSAND ISLANDS ST. LAWRENCE RIVER BY JAMES WHITE, F.R.G.S. Secretary, Commistrion of Conservation: Member of the Geographic Board of Canada Published by order of Honourable L.
Brodeur, Minister of Marine and Fisheries of Canada, for the Geographic Board of Canada OTTAWA GOVERNMENT PRINTING BUREAU. Additional Physical Format: Online version: White, James, Place-names in the Thousand Islands, St.
Lawrence River. Ottawa, Government printing bureau, The Thousand Islands archipelago is at the outlet of Lake Ontario at the head of the Saint Lawrence region is bisected by the Canada–United States border and covers portions of Jefferson and St. Lawrence counties in the U.S.
state of New York, in addition to parts of the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville and Frontenac County in the Canadian province of. Place-names in the Thousand Islands, St. Lawrence River Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.
Place-names in the Thousand Islands, St. Lawrence River by White, James, ; Geographic Board of Canada. Publication date Topics Names, Geographical PublisherPages: Place-names in the Thousand Islands, St. Lawrence River, Also available in digital form. Also available in digital form.
Also available in digital form. Contributor: White, James - Geographic Board of Canada. The Thousand Islands of the river St. Lawrence, with descriptions of their scenery, A digital reproduction made from a copy held by Cornell University is available from Cornell University's Making of America Web site.
Also available in digital form. Grenadier Island is one of the islands of the Thousand Islands located on the St. Lawrence River in St.
Lawrence River book United Counties of Leeds and Grenville, Ontario, Canada. Early history. The island is named after the British Grenadier Guards regiment. InPere Simon le Moyne, a Jesuit Priest, made the first recorded voyage of a European through.
I V A Place to Visit - A Place to Live. plus: Place Names of the Thousand Islands, Bibliography, About the Editor, About the Author. Book has wrap-around photographic card covers, blackline map fep's, sattelite image maps rep's. Profuselly illustrated with both colour and b/w photography.
Book has edge/shelf wear. 78A: St. Lawrence River East (Morristown to Massena): $+tax +$4 s/h=$ Entire coverage from Morristown to Massena on 3 insets on one side. Other side covers from Waddington to Moses-Saunders Power Dam. Provides details of Clayton, Alexandria Bay.
The reverse side covers the seaway from Dingman Point, northeast to Brockville and Morristown, New York. All you need for this popular summer area. Color key and large print place names make this chart exceptionally easy to use. This Thousand Islands map is a terrific combination of several NOAA charts.
Pictorial history of the Thousand Islands of the St. Lawrence River by Mary Beacock Fryer, Adrian G. Ten Cate starting at $ Pictorial history of the Thousand Islands of the St.
Lawrence River has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace. The town of about 5, people on the St. Lawrence River, between Kingston and Brockville, has a deep and enduring connection with watercraft. Since the mids, people have been puttering about the Thousand Islands in variations on.
It includes Brockville, most of the Canadian portion of the Thousand Islands, and the town of North Grenville, which includes Kemptville.
Instead, I moved to the village of Grenville, Quebec, which is bordered on two sides by the town of Grenville-sur-la-Rouge. That got me thinking of how many place names are re-used, either in whole or part. Place Names of Salem County is a good tool for those investigating the History of Salem County as well as an interesting Introduction to that topic.
Like almost all place name books it is possibly incomplete and on occasion irritatingly cryptic. Nevertheless, it is an indispensable guide to John Fenwick's county. Coverage: Lake Ontario, the Saint Lawrence River and their watersheds, except as covered in other regions. Explicit inclusions: Lake Ontario coast, Credit River, Don River, Humber River, Highway 7 rivers (including the Moira), Rideau Waterway, Ganaraska River, Cataraqui River, Gananoque River, Frontenac Provincial Park and area, Lake Scugog, Rice Lake, Indian River.
Rex Ennis has written a book identifying those listed on the map thus providing a snapshot of islanders in the Gilded Age. In early August I gave a presentation at the Cornwall Bros. Store Museum in Alexandria Bay on Place Names in the Thousand Islands. The Thousand Islands constitute an archipelago of 1, islands that straddles the Canada-U.S.
border in the Saint Lawrence River as it emerges from the northeast corner of Lake stretch for about 50 miles (80 km) downstream from Kingston, Canadian islands are in the province of Ontario, the U.S. islands in the state of New York. The European conquest of Africa, the Americas, the Pacific Islands and much of Asia led to the renaming of many landmarks, natural features, and population sites in the European languages of the conquerors.
San Fernando, Philippines, the St. Lawrence river, St. John’s There are many cities and other geographic sites in the United. In his thousand-mile trek into Canada's interior, he staked France's later claim to a huge amount of North American territory.
His legacy also lives on in the Canadian place names he coined such as the St. Lawrence River and the name Canada—derived from an Iroquois word meaning "village" or "settlement." Why were Cartier's. Franklin Benjamin Hough, physician, scientist, historian, statistician and “father of American forestry” was born in Martinsburg, N.Y., J He was superintendent of the first complete census of the State of New York in and again in.
The Geographic Board’s antipathy to accented letters and to names of more than one word 63 has converted Isle Ste. Thérése, in the St. Lawrence river, to Isle Ste. Therese, a truly abominable barbarism, and La Cygne, in Kansas, to Lacygne, which is even worse.Last week we started this out telling you all about St.
Lawrence – the saint Lawrence - the patron saint of librarians and cooks – and a Spanish born deacon of Rome who, some years ago.Heard up North: St Lawrence's last words. There's a new statue of the saint which will be erected in the Thousand Islands this fall. Turns out that’s only part of the story – Gregory.