Records of the Nile Voyageurs, 1884-1885 the Canadian Voyageur Contingent in the Gordon Relief Expedition. by C. P. Stacey

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Published by Champlain Society in Toronto .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Sudan,
  • Sudan.

Subjects:

  • Gordon, Charles George, 1833-1885,
  • Canadians -- Sudan,
  • Sudan -- History

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Book details

Other titlesNile Voyageurs, 1884-1885., Canadian Voyageur Contingent in the Gordon Relief Expedition.
SeriesThe publications of the Champlain Society,, 37, Publications of the Champlain Society ;, 37.
ContributionsDenison, Frederick Charles, 1846-1896.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDT108.3 .S78
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 285 p.
Number of Pages285
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5791842M
LC Control Number60002408
OCLC/WorldCa794993

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1 by C. Stacey (Author)Author: C. Stacey. The British were in Egypt and the Sudan because of the Suez Canal. British general Charles Gordon was in the service of the Khedive of E. The voyageurs (French: [vwajaʒœʁ] (); lit. '"travelers"') were French Canadians who engaged in the transporting of furs by canoe during the fur trade emblematic meaning of the term applies to places (New France, including the Pays d'en Haut and the Pays des Illinois) and times (primarily in the 18th and early 19th centuries) where transportation of materials was mainly over long.

Records of the Nile Voyageurs — The Canadian Voyageur Contingent in the Gordon Relief Expedition. Edited with an introduction by C. Stacey. Toronto, The Champlain 1884-1885 book, p. Ill. Two Appendices. Maps. An article from journal Revue d’histoire de l’Amérique française (Vol Number 4, marspp.

), on : Lionel Groulx. Diary of Canadian Contingent, Nile Expedition. III. Miscellaneous Documents Relating to the Operations of the Canadian Voyageur Contingent, October May IV.

Extracts from the Journal of the River Column. Documents Relating to Wheelsmen. A memorial plaque to the Voyageurs was erected in in Ottawa at Kichissippi Lookout close to the Champlain Bridge.

The names of the Nile voyageurs who perished are also recorded in the South Africa-Nile Expedition Book of Remebrance located in the Memorial Chamber in the Peace Tower on Parliament Hill.

Sources: Boileau, John, Canadians on the Nile, University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver. Stacey, C.P. editor Records of the Nile Voyageurs, Champlain Society, Toronto. Published electronically by the Champlain Society. The Nile Voyageurs Manitoba Metis and Indians of the Nile Expedition In the early s, Britain was being reluctantly drawn more and more into the internal affairs of Egypt through their need to protect access to the Suez Canal and the Red Sea route to India.

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The Nile Voyageurs negotiate the river’s second cataract in November For nearly Canadians it was a winter like no other. Instead of the snow and sub-zero temperatures of their native land, they faced the soaring heat and sun-scorched desert. To Represent the Country in Egypt: Aboriginality, Britishness, Anglophone Canadian Identities, and the Nile Voyageur Contingent, – ANTHONY P.

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Gordon had been sent to the Sudan to help Egyptians evacuate from Sudan after Britain decided to abandon the country in the face of a rebellion led by self-proclaimed Mahdi, Mahommed Ahmed.

A contingent of Canadians was. Records of the Nile Voyageurs, The Canadian Voyageur Contingent in the Gordon Relief Expedition. Toronto: Champlain Society Publications. External links. Boileau, John, Voyageurs on the Nile, Legion Magazine, January/February Accessed: 4 April ; MacLaren, Roy Nile Expedition, Canadian Encyclopedia Accessed: 4 April Toronto: Natural Heritage Books, c On AugGovernor General of Canada, Henry Charles Keith Petty-Fitzmaurice, received an encrypted cablegram from the Colonial Office in London that requested “good voyageurs” for an expedition to Egypt on the Nile River.

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Edwards with friends toured Egypt inrenting a houseboat on the Nile. After visiting Phylae, they arrived at Abu Simbel where they remained six weeks. This is the record of her voyage and is enhanced with her own illustrations.

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