October 2012
Canada's History;Oct/Nov2012, Vol. 92 Issue 5, p10
A timeline of events from Canadian history is presented, including the October 9, 1820 reunion of Cape Breton and Nova Scotia as a single colony, the October 13, 1710 surrender of Port Royal, Acadia to the British, and the October 30, 1830 settlement of escaped U.S. slave Josiah Henson in Ontario.


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