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Acadia: the pre-loyalist migration and the Philadelphia plantation.
William Otis Sawtelle
Written in English
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : William Otis Sawtelle. Alexander McNutt (, near Derry, Ireland –Lexington, Virginia) was a British army officer, colonist and land agent, responsible for seeing an approximate Ulster Scottish emigrants arrive in Nova Scotia during the early s.
McNutt emigrated to America some time before by which time he had settled in the town of Staunton, Virginia. Acadia: The Pre-Loyalist Migration and the Philadelphia Plantation PDF Notes and Queires. Notes and Queries PDF Book Notices. E.J. Book Notice: The Ancestors and Descendants of Colonel David Funsten and His Wife Susan Everard Meade, compiled for Hortense Funsten Durand by Howard S.
Randolph, Assistant Librarian, New York. INDEX. (Family surnames of value In genealogical research are printed in CAPITALS ; names of places in italics.) Academy of Natural Sciences, 25 Acadia: The Pre-Loyalist Migration and the Philadelphia Plantation, by William Otis Sawtelle, ; boundaries of, ; granted to Sieur do Monts,; loss of, to France, ; grant.
[Philadelphia's Benjamin Franklin had a monetary interest in this plantation in Nova Scotia.] A paper (by William Otis Sawtelle, “Acadia: The Pre-Loyalist Migration and the Philadelphia Plantation”, The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, vol.
51, p. ) states the following: “James McCabe, native of Belfast, Ireland. Description: The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (PMHB) is the Historical Society of Pennsylvania’s scholarly magazine, published since PMHB publishes original research or interpretation concerning the social, cultural, political, economic, and ethnic history of Pennsylvania, or work situating Pennsylvania history within comparative regional or international contexts.
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Figure A page from the Book of Negros, a tabulation of African-Americans heading from New York to Nova Scotia. Note that ages are mostly rounded and that “values” are provided.
Another group of “Loyalists” whose agenda was, like the African-Americans, distinct from those of the colonial Tories was the Aboriginal group of : John Douglas Belshaw. Full text of "Colonel Alexander McNutt and the Pre-Loyalist settlements of Nova Scotia" See other formats.
Full text of "A history of Barrington township and vicinity, Shelburne County, Nova Scotia, ; with a biographical and genealogical appendix" See other formats. Canadian History: Pre-Confederation was created by John Douglas Belshaw. This creation is a part of the B.C. Open Textbook book is the first, in a two part collection, by this author; also see Canadian History: Post-Confederation.
In Octoberthe B.C. Ministry of Advanced Education announced its support for the creation of open textbooks for the 40 highest-enrolled first and. The movement of some 2, families from New England to Nova Scotia in the early s was a small part of the much larger migration of an estima people who moved to New York’s Mohawk River valley, to New Hampshire, and to what later became the states of Vermont and Maine.
In the years tosome fifty-four new towns were. From the book, “Planters and Pioneers”,(Pre-loyalist settlers of Nova Scotia) by Esther Clark Wright Newcomb,John Jr. immigrated to Cornwallis, 20,Lebanon,Conn., son of Deacon John and Alice Lumbert Newcomb, d.
13 April. The largest wave of Loyalist refugees — s — headed to Nova Scotia. Like their pre-Loyalist Planter predecessors and Yorkshire-born neighbours, they took up land that had been cleared or drained by Acadians and began the arduous process of clearing hardwood forests for their new settlements.
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0 HEAD 1 SOUR FTM 2 VERS Family Tree Maker () 2 NAME Family Tree Maker for Windows 2 CORP 3 ADDR W N 4 CONT Provo, UT 3 PHON () 1. Volume 13 - Section VII.The McCabe family came from Ireland and reached Nova Scotia by way of Pennsylvania. They settled in Pictou, under the "Philadelphia Company" scheme and had a very difficult time.
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