In Boudreau's analysis, he argues that Bouchette's cartography of Lower Canada
represented the culmination of a series of maps of the province that were initiated in the second half of the 18th century with Britain's acquisition of the former French colony.
Their words were embedded in Lower Canada
and Ireland, precapitalist agricultural societies in a colonial relationship with a rapidly industrializing England.
The twenty-three items relating to the 1792 Lower Canada
elections listed by Tremaine are expanded to fifty-seven items in Brisebois.
Nor does it inspire much confidence for Canadian readers when the literature on the 1837 Lower Canada
Rebellion is reduced to Stanley Ryerson's Unequal Union (1968) and one article by Allan Greer from the early 1980s.
In fact the city's second incorporation by the nominated Special Council of Lower Canada
under Governor-General Charles Poulett Thomson marks the real beginning of Quebec's corporate history.
This led to another illustration of the pragmatic accommodation of the "French fact": the Constitutional Act of 1791, which divided Quebec into Upper Canada (Ontario) and Lower Canada
The Governor chose his colonial advisors from the wealthier landowners, merchants, and traders and, in Lower Canada
, Catholic leaders and landowners.
Since the time of the conquest, Catholic Church officials in Quebec had been in a precarious position, as the Church of England sought to establish itself in Lower Canada
Peter Baskerville, discussing railway regulation, actively takes as his target Corrigan's and Sayer's ""long waves" of revolution in government" whose conceptual presence is palpable in an essay such as Brian Young's broadly integrative piece on class and state formation in Lower Canada
First came the loss at the Battle of Stoney Creek in June, then October's failure at Chateauguay in Lower Canada
, which was followed just two weeks later by yet another defeat at Chrysler's Farm in the Niagara region.
It was decided to locate the Scottish Roman Catholics at the eastern limits of this area in the hope that their religious affiliation with the French Roman Catholics farther east in Lower Canada
would form a common bond and thus help to weld the settlement together peacefully.
Before the coming of responsible government, both Upper and Lower Canada
had an elaborate system of committees.