Hudson: The Early Years, Up to 1867

Type of resource
Author/collaborator
Title
Hudson: The Early Years, Up to 1867
Abstract
An account of the social development of the present villages of Como, Hudson and Hudson Heights in the county of Vaudreuil, Quebec. The author outlines the motives of the British immigrants in choosing to settle in this area off the island of Montreal, and the effects of the Rebellion of 1837 on the relationships between the English-speaking community and their French-speaking neighbours.
Place
Hudson, QC
Publisher
Hudson Historical Society
Date
2004
Language
en
Notes

With a revised list of early English-speaking settlers compiled by Shirley E. Lancaster; French/English translations were done by Denise Murphy Castonguay; Vaudreuil detail map revised by Tim Elliott; text edited and transcribed by Rod L. Hodgson. Based on the author's Master's thesis titled: "The Evolution of an English-Speaking Community in Rural French Canada, 1820-1867." McGill University, 1967.

Citation
Thompson, John. Hudson: The Early Years, Up to 1867. Hudson, QC: Hudson Historical Society, 2004.
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