By Jim Blanchard
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During this time McMicken became acquainted with John A. Macdonald and began a relationship that lasted for two decades. "1 He made McMicken a magistrate with powers to set up the -33 — GILBERT McMICKEN Western Frontier Constabulary, a special force assigned to watch the Ontario-United States border during the American Civil War. McMicken and his undercover detectives attempted to control the "substitute brokers" who paid or shanghaied young Canadians to go south and fight in place of conscripted Americans in the Union Army.
8, read July 26, 1883. — 23- A sketch of Ernest Thompson Seton, c. 1901 ERNEST THOMPSON SETON (1860-1940) ERNEST THOMPSON WAS BORN IN ENGLAND IN i860 AND died in New Mexico in 1946. He took the name Seton because his family claimed to be descended from George Seton, the Jacobite Earl of Winton, who was exiled from England in 1715 because of his support for the Stuart cause. Ernest's father, Joseph Thompson, moved his family to Canada after the failure of his shipping business in 1866. He tried farming but the upper-crust Thompsons were not suited to Canadian frontier life, nor to the back-breaking work of clearing the land.
I imagine the wild mother will often battle for her young successfully against harriers and other inferior birds of prey. It is not necessary to follow further in detail the growth and development of the young grouse, as sufficient has been stated to illustrate the rapidity of their growth and to guide all who desire to raise them. . . . Like most wild birds they have a foreknowledge of storms and when some firewood searcher returning from the woods reports that the chickens are going into the bush, that is leaving the open timber for the denser fir coverts, the settler makes ready for a severe storm.
A Thousand Miles of Prairie: The Manitoba Historical Society and the History of Western Canada by Jim Blanchard