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BOOK - Ten Years of The Colony of Niagara 1780 - 1790
By Lieut-Colonel E. Cruikshank
Originally published by Niagara Historical Society, Welland, 1908
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2014


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Ten Years of The Colony of Niagara 1780 - 1790 provides much information about the formative years of the colony at Niagara including lists of settler families, military settlers, and details about them and their families. This is faithful reprint of a book that was originally published by the Niagara Historical Society in 1908.

Being in pdf format the book can be read on computers or devices that can read a pdf file. The book is searchable. You can copy/paste content from the book, or print any page, or all pages for personal use.

Contents include:
  • List of Niagara Historical Society Officers, Committee, Hon. Vice Presidents, Life members, Honorary Members in 1908

  • Body: [an historical account of ] The Colony of Niagara, 1780 -90

  • Appendix A - Survey of the settlement at Niagara 25th August 1782. Includes names of Heads of Families; numbers of Married Women, Young and Hired Men, Boys, Girls, Male Slaves, Female Slaves, Horses, Oxen, Cows, Steers and Heifers, Sheep, Hogs, Flour, Wheat produced this year, Indian Corn produced this year, Oats produced this year, Potatoes produced this year, Acres of Cleared Land.

  • Appendix B - List of settlers in 1783 and acres cleared by each

  • Appendix C - List of the Persons who have Subscribed their Names in order to Settle and Cultivate the Crown Land opposite to Niagara. July 20th, 1784.
    • List of settlers who are to receive rations to 24th Dec, 1784
    • List of young settlers who receive rations
    • List of young settlers, loyalists and Brant's volunteers who receive rations
    • Names and ranks of military: Lieut.-Col.; Lieutenants; Surgeon Mates; Sergeants; Corporals; Drummers; Disbanded Rangers etc
    • Loyalists arrived the 19th July from Canada

  • Appendix D - List of the Officers of the Corps of Rangers commanded by Lieut. Colonel John Butler, disbanded in 1784 at Niagara [includes personal information about each man often including occupations, places of residence and military career over many years].
Dedication
The publisher extends recognition and thanks to Esther Summers for loaning her original copy of this rare book for use in publishing this historical reprint. The original book is now in the Maholme Foundation Genealogical and Historical Centre library in St. Catharines, Ontario. Mrs. Summers often made margin notes and/or underlined words in her reference books. We've digitally removed those marks where it could be done without damaging the text of the book -- others remain.

53 Pages
6 X 9"
pdf - searchable, printable
Originally published by Niagara Historical Society, Welland, 1908
This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton, 2014

ISBN 978-1-77240-000-7





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