2 edition of William Tiger Dunlop, Blackwoodian backwoodsman found in the catalog.
William Tiger Dunlop, Blackwoodian backwoodsman
Carl Frederick Klinck
Bibliography: p. 178-182.
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Find fort william ontario from a vast selection of Books. Get great deals on eBay! By BOB McCARTHY In , William "Tiger" Dunlop (19 November – 29 June ) opened the line of the Huron Road from Goderich to Guelph, providing access for settlers to a large tract of land in south-western Ontario comprising parts of modern Huron, Perth, Middlesex and Lambton Counties.
study, "William 'Tiger' Dunlop" (Ryer-son Press, Toronto, ) and for his initiative in having some of Dunlop's writings reprinted in "Tiger Dunlop's Upper Canada" (New Canadian Li-brary, no. 55, ). William Dunlop was born Nov. 19 , the third son of Alexander Dunlop of Keppoch by his first wife. Janet Graham. He was thus related to. Project Gutenberg off free ebooks for Kindle, iPad, Nook, Android, and iPhone.
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Toronto, Ryerson Press  (OCoLC) Named Person. Dunlop, William [pseud. a Backwoodsman] (–), surgeon and pioneer in Canada, was born in Greenock, Renfrewshire, on 19 Novemberthe youngest of the three sons of Alexander Dunlop (–), banker, of Keppoch House, Dunbartonshire, and his wife, Janet Graham (–).The temperance pioneer John Dunlop was his elder brother, and the lawyer and politician Alexander.
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Before he died, “Tiger” Dunlop had also established himself as an accomplished army officer, author, justice of the peace, militia leader and politician. His engaging and humourous book, written under the pseudonym, The Backwoodsman, described Ontario’s western frontier in the s.
by William Dunlop; selected and edited by Carl F. Klinck Authors Dunlop, William, Klinck, Carl F. Media Type Text Genealogical Resource Item Types Family histories Books Notes Blackwoodian backwoodsman book bibliographic references (p. ) Publisher Ryerson Press Place of Publication Toronto, ON Collation xii, p.
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Klinck, ; contains material from the various phases and locations in his life. His main Canadian works were: Recollections of the American War ; published in the LITERARY GARLAND magazine in Montreal in ; as a book in DUNLOP, WILLIAM, known as Tiger Dunlop, army officer, surgeon, Canada Company official, author, jp, militia officer, politician, and office holder; b.
19 Nov. in Greenock, Scotland, third son of Alexander Dunlop and Janet Graham; d. unmarried 29 June in Côte-Saint-Paul (Montreal), and was buried first in Hamilton and then in Goderich, Upper Canada.
influence and who was (disastrously) the first commissioner, or William “Tiger” Dunlop, the Blackwoodian backwoodsman, who gloried in the grand title “Warden of the Woods and Forests”.
Lee chronicles them all and effectively analyses company policy in establishing “hothouse” settlements in places like Guelph, Stratford, and St. Mary Author: Chad Gaffield. Scots Abroad. Scots in North America. Your search for D returned 23 records. William "Tiger" Dunlop: "Blackwoodian Backwoodsman".
Essays by and about Dunlop selected and edited by Carl F. Klinck William "Tiger" Dunlop: "Blackwoodian Backwoodsman". Essays by and about Dunlop selected and edited by Carl F.
Klinck: Publisher: Toronto. Klinck had long been fascinated, in a more special field, by the exploits of William "Tiger" Dunlop, which were related admiringly by Robina and Kathleen Lizars in their late nineteenth century book, In the Days of the Canada Company,and in the late 's he became curious about references to Dunlop in Fraser's Magazine and in Blackwood's, to the latter of which Dunlop had actually contributed.
Tiger Dunlop's Upper Canada 12 copies William "Tiger" Dunlop, "Blackwoodian Backwoodsman" 5 copies Recollections of the war of ; Our Canadian Heritage Series, Volume 4 1 copy. William "Tiger" Dunlop, "Blackwoodian Backwoodsman" 5 copies Recollections of the American war, 1 copy Recollections of the war of ; Our Canadian Heritage Series, Volume 4 1 copy.
Galt, however, was not the only Blackwoodian Backwoodsman. Tiger Dunlop might have furnished the germ of the poem: he combined the warm heart and the ironic fury which combine in it. He too travelled with High land boatmen.
He too noted "rich meadows by the side of the rivers.". Title: TIGER DUNLOP'S UPPER CANADA: comprising Recollections of the American warand Statistical sketches of Upper Canada for the use of emigrants / by a backwoodsman. Introd.: Carl F. Klinck. Author Name: William Dunlop; Malcolm Ross Categories: Biography & Autobiography, History, Canadiana, Edition: New Canadian Library No.
55 Publisher: Toronto, McClelland and Stewart: Dr. William Tiger Dunlop's Will: The Eccentric Scottish-Canadian This Will is that of Canadian William "Tiger" Dunlop, of Ontario (Upper Canada). Dunlop was born in Scotland in but emigrated to Canada with his British Army regiment during the war of Canadian Historic Sites: Occasional Papers in Archaeology and History No.
11 The Battle of Queenston Heights. Dunlop, William Recollections of the American War,by Dr. Dunlop, with a Biographical Sketch of the Author by A. Colquhoun.
William "Tiger" Dunlop, "Blackwoodian Backwoodsman." Ryerson Press, Toronto, Lamb. Man and His Poetry; William "Tiger" Dunlop Blackwoodian Backwoodsman; and The Canad ian Anthology. Over the years he has made contributions to such publications as The Water~ Review, Ontario Histonl, Quarterly, and '!'he Dalhou Review.
It is with a great sen~e i .Dunlop wrote the following works under both the Backwoodsman and William Dunlop: Recollections of the American war, by Dr.
Dunlop ; with a biographical sketch of the author, by A.H.U. Colquhoun Dunlop, William, Toronto: Historical Publishing Co., Seller Rating: % positive.Two and twenty years ago a tale of the Canadian rebellion by Backwoodsman and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at