Fifteen years ago when I crossed British North America
to the Pacific, Edmonton had a population of about 300 people, today there is a population of between thirteen and fourteen thousand.
91(24) of the British North America
Act, federal jurisdiction, as Indian Reserves.
Moreover, the Fenians were not invading British North America
Although largely forgotten today, he played large roles in Quebec as a provincial grand master, and later in Nova Scotia as commander-in-chief of the British North America
The strong demographic growth among the slaves in British North America
seems to suggest that in large parts of the nontropical areas of Iberian America slave births also must have exceeded deaths.
In recent years he has been engaged in a project "to give an account of the peopling of British North America
in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
In Newport, Jewish-black relations were not recognized at all, in keeping with the ban on interracial sexual activity in British North America
Immediately in the first chapter, Allen uses Boston's Old Plymouth Colony Club as a microcosm for the birth of what would eventually become a movement that spread throughout British North America
As the summer of 1812 approached, officials in London, who until then had given American complaints little attention, made one last attempt at appeasement, while continuing with military and naval preparations in British North America
Glasgow in particular became one of Britain's main hubs of transatlantic trade with British North America
and the British West Indies.
Permission to start a new diocese (Quebec City being the only diocese in British North America
since 1658) depended not only on the Vatican but also on the British Secretary of State for the Colonies.
Later, the Federal Government, through the British North America
Act of 1867, which created the nation of Canada, took over from the provinces and assumed exclusive jurisdiction over banking, with nationwide branch banking as a consequence.