4 edition of Index of proper names for the History of the county of Pictou by George Patterson found in the catalog.
Index of proper names for the History of the county of Pictou by George Patterson
|Statement||index prepared by Robert Kennedy.|
|Contributions||Patterson, George Geddie, 1864-1951.|
|LC Classifications||F1039.P6 P3335 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||102 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||102|
|LC Control Number||83225683|
Dr. MacGregor preached his first sermon in Pictou, in Squire Patterson’s barn on July 23rd He served the spiritual needs of the people of Pictou County until his death on March 3rd, Masonry in Pictou County was probably propagated by the men of Thistle Lodge of the 82nd Hamilton Regiment. This Regiment was raised in the Scottish Lowlands. Patterson, John Patterson, the founder of Pictou town (Truro, ), 62– George Patterson, A history of the county of Pictou, Nova .
Some of the first settlers of this family name were: Patterson Settlers in Canada in the 18th Century. John Patterson who arrived on the Hector, Pictou County in ; Ann Patterson, who arrived in Pictou, Nova Scotia in ; James Patterson, who arrived in Nova Scotia in George Geddie Patterson, barrister, teacher, judge, historian and author, was born at Greenhill, Pictou Co., N.S. on 16 June , one of eight children of Rev. George Patterson and Margaret McDonald. He was educated at Dalhousie University where he received his BA (), MA (), LLB (), and LLD ().
The following is the complete text of the titled book in electronically readable form. This text has been checked against the original document in as thorough a manner as I felt reasonable ie. I read through the original text and compared it word for word with this text with particular attention paid to dates and uncommon names. He was to represent Pictou County as its M.L.A. from to A History of the County of Pictou (Dawson Bros., ) History of Victoria County (College of Cape Breton Press, Reprint, ). Studies in Nova Scotian History (Halifax: The Imperial Pub. Co., ).
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Originally published by The Pictou Advocate, Pictou, This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton (CD ). This reprint of an history has lots of great info on how Pictou County was settled.
Is a treatise, not a historical novel, and has a very good index. The "map" is minimal, just a sketch of landowners in Pictou Town in a particular year -- it would be great to find more maps!Reviews: 5.
Patterson's History of Victoria County, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia: with related papers / compiled and edited by W. James MacDonald. by: Patterson, George Geddie, Published: () Index of proper names for the history of the County of Pictou by the Rev. George Patterson. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Patterson, George, History of the county of Pictou, Nova Scotia.
Montreal, Dawson Bros.; [etc.] An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. A history of the County of Pictou, Nova Scotia Item Preview A history of the County of Pictou, Nova Scotia by Patterson, George, Publication date Topics Pictou (N.S.: County) -- HistoryPages: History of the County of Pictou BY THE REV.
GEORGE PATTERSON, D.D. CHAPTER I. INTRODUCTORY. Boundaries - Divisions Coast and Harbours - Interior - Geological Structure - Natural History - Name CHAPTER II. PICTOU IN THE PREHISTORIC PERIOD.
Early visitors - Micmac occupation - Remains - Names - Their Wars CHAPTER III. Patterson is best known for his book, History of the county of Pictou (Montreal, ), a revision of his earlier essay which had received the Akins Historical Prize in He was also the recipient of honourary degrees (PrincetonDalhousie, ) and a member of the Royal Society of Canada, Index to A history of the county of Pictou by George Patterson.
by: Marble, Allan Everett. Published: () Index of proper names for the History of the county of Pictou by George Patterson / index prepared by Robert Kennedy. by: Kennedy, Robert. Published: () About New Glasgow / by James M. Cameron. Pictou County Villages and Pictou Place Names and Their Origin; Abercrombie: 4 miles from New Glasgow, named after General James Abercrombie, a British General, who was connected with the 42nd or the first battalion of Royal made several campaigns in Canada, and was killed at Bunker Hill in In this fashion, thus began the first attempt at a free liberal education in these Provinces ” [George Patterson, A History of the County of Pictou, p.
Peter Crerar was for a time a schoolmaster at the academy and was listed on 15 May as one of its trustees [Pictou Academy Papers: 15th May ]. The name "Souriguoi" which was the Acadian name for the Mi'kmaq, was given to the north shore area of Nova Scotia.
The name "La riviere de Pictou" was given to this harbour by Nicolas Denys, who explored it in the s. Inthe French government gave Denys sole exploratory rights to that particular territory on the Gulf of St.
The Municipality of the County of Pictou is the local government responsible for providing services to the citizens in the rural communities of Pictou County. The Municipality has a population of approximately and is the largest of the six municipal governments located in Pictou County.
John Patterson the second married and had three sons: Walter, Abraham, and John. Walter (d. ) was a notary republic, one of the founders of Pictou Academy, a Clerk of the Peace, Prothnotary, Clerk of the Commissioners' Court, and secretary of the Friendly Society.
Abraham (d. ) was a Pictou lawyer and businessman. Visit the Place Names of Antigonish and Pictou County site to find out more about each one. You may also wish to read the following books which detail the lives and achievements of many Pictonians.
History of the County of Pictou written by George Patterson Country Roads: rural Pictou County, Nova Scotia written by L.B. Jenson Where two or. Buy the Paperback Book A History of the County of Pictou, Nova Scotia by George Patterson atCanada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders.
This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. Sir William's son, George Dawson, spent his younger years in Pictou prior to moving to Montreal. George was a pioneer geologist of western Canada with the Geological Survey of Canada, where locations like Dawson and Dawson Creek were named after him.
A Post Office was established with Postmaster U.R. Masters. The first solid fact was discovered in Appendix C of Patterson's A History of County of Pictou. The list of passengers on the Hector,named the children of Squire William MacKay and mentioned a grandson: "William MacKay, the surveyor, was the author of a map of Nova Scotia, published in London, which has supplied information for all.
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Pictou (/ ˈ p ɪ k t oʊ / PIK-toh; Scottish Gaelic: Baile Phiogto) is a town in Pictou County, in the Canadian province of Nova d on the north shore of Pictou Harbour, the town is approximately 10 km (6 miles) north of the larger town of New Glasgow.
Once an active shipping port and the shire town of the county, today Pictou is primarily a local service centre for. George Geddie Patterson was a barrister, teacher, judge, historian and author. He was born in at Greenhill, Pictou County, the son of the Rev. George Patterson and Margaret McDonald.
He received his BA (), MA (), LLB () and LLD () from Dalhousie University before setting up a private law practice and lecturing at Dalhousie.BOOK - A History of the County of Pictou, Nova Scotia By Rev.
George Patterson, D.D. Originally published by The Pictou Advocate, Pictou, This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton (CD ) This book is a wonderful old history of Pictou County that includes lists of early settlers, sorted in a variety of ways.Patterson's History of Victoria County: Edited by W.
James MacDonald Articles in this volume range from the mid 's up to and including pages, including an index of names, cerlox binding with card stock covers, repr., $ + $ shipping and handling charges.
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