2 edition of Christopher Dunkin"s contribution to education in Lower Canada, 1838-1841. found in the catalog.
Christopher Dunkin"s contribution to education in Lower Canada, 1838-1841.
Written in English
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|Pagination||vi, 201 leaves (4 fold.).|
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DUNKIN, CHRISTOPHER, lawyer, politician, and judge; b. 25 Sept. at Walworth (now part of London), England, son of the Honourable Summerhays Dunkin and Martha Hemming; d.
6 Jan. at Knowlton, Que. Christopher Dunkin came from a well-to-do English family and hence was given a good education. He studied at the universities of London and then Glasgow from to Public Education and the Manufacture of Solidarity: Christopher Dunkin™s Design for Lower Canada BRUCE CURTIS* The organization of systems of public education tends not to figure in Foucauldian genealogies of the social, which focus especially on programs for social insurance that developed at the end of the nineteenth and early twentieth SHERWOOD, LEVIUS PETERS, lawyer, office holder, militia officer, politician, and judge; b.
12 Dec. in St Johns (Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu), Que., second son of Justus Sherwood, a loyalist, and Sarah Bottum; m.
Charlotte Jones, daughter of Ephraim Christopher Dunkins contribution to education in Lower Canada, and they had four sons and three daughters; d. 19 May in Toronto. Levius Peters Sherwood was educated in the law and called to Inas chairman of the select committee on the political state of Upper and Lower Canada, he had brought down a report which ably and fully expressed tory indignation at the recent uprisings.
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