Historical Context: Loyalists in British North America Colonies

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What event led to the influx of Loyalists to the British North America colonies of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Quebec?

In 1784, which colony was created from Nova Scotia due to the influx of Loyalists?

What were the names of Quebec and Ontario at the time when the Loyalists arrived in British North America?

Which document set aside lands west of Quebec as 'Indian' land unless ceded by treaty or other agreements?

Why did the exact terms of the Johnson-Butler Purchase become important when Upper Canada became a separate province in 1791?

Who became the lieutenant governor of Upper Canada in 1799?

What was the cash payment amount mentioned in the Toronto Purchase?

Why was a new deed acquired from the Mississaugas by Peter Hunter in 1799?

What did the Mississaugas receive as part of the Toronto Purchase agreement?

Why was Robert V. Sinclair appointed by the minister of justice in 1916?

What forced residents of the Thirteen Colonies who were loyal to the British Crown to flee to other countries?

Which two separate colonies were created from Quebec and Nova Scotia due to the influx of Loyalists?

What were the names given to Quebec and Ontario at the time when the Loyalists arrived in British North America?

Which area was poorly defined and lacked adequate documentation in the Johnson-Butler Purchase of 1787-88?

What document set aside lands west of Quebec as 'Indian' land unless ceded by treaty or other agreements?

What was the main concern regarding the Crown's ownership of the land at York?

Why did Peter Hunter direct a new deed be acquired from the Mississaugas in 1799?

What were the Mississaugas hoping to receive from the British despite having already been paid?

What issue arose regarding the Toronto Purchase despite the agreement reached in 1805?

Why did additional purchases in 1818 and 1819 become necessary according to the text?

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Explore the historical context of the American Revolution leading to the migration of Loyalists to the British North America colonies of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Quebec, resulting in the creation of New Brunswick and Ontario. Learn about the naming of Quebec as Lower Canada and Ontario as Upper Canada.

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