Minutes of debates in council on the banks of the Ottawa River, (commonly called the Miamia of the Lake) November--, 1791.

Said to be held there by the chiefs of the several Indian nations, who defeated the army of the United States, on the 4th of that month. Present, various nations.
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Printed for the editor, and sold by William Young, bookseller, no. 52, Second-Street, the corner of Chesnut-Street. , Philadelphia
Indian councils., Indians of North America -- Wars -- 1790-1794., Shawnee Indians., Huron Indians., United States -- History -- 1783-
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 24647., Early American imprints -- no. 25653.
ContributionsMcKee, Alexander, ed.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[2], 22 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14584126M

Minutes of debates in council on the banks of the Ottawa River, (commonly called the Miamia of the Lake) November-- Said to be held there by the chiefs of the several Indian nations, who defeated the army of the United States on the 4th of that month.

Present, various nations. Published: ().

Description Minutes of debates in council on the banks of the Ottawa River, (commonly called the Miamia of the Lake) November--, 1791. FB2

Minutes of debates in council on the banks of the Ottawa River, (commonly called the Miamia of the Lake) November-- Said to be held there by the chiefs of the several Indian nations, who defeated the army of the United States on the 4th of that month.

Present, various nations. The Ottawa River is a tributary of the St. Lawrence River, and its waters empty into Lake Saint-Louis. Boaters know that you can see both Minutes of debates in council on the banks of the Ottawa River flows—the one that is a bit cloudy comes from the Ottawa River, and the clearer other is the flow of the St.

Lawrence coming from Ontario. Ottawa River Watershed Council Ottawa Riverkeeper is a nonprofit organization looking to protect and preserve the Ottawa River and its watershed.

Inwe hosted the Ottawa River Summit, which led to the Gatineau Declaration setting out the principles of an integrated approach to sustainable water management within the Ottawa River Watershed. from the banks of the Ottawa River. He stated radioactive contamination cannot be removed by chemical means which makes a radioactively contaminated water system virtually unusable.

The Councillor said the only solution to making nuclear power generation practical is in finding solutions for the storage of waste but to situate it so close. In Februarythe Planning and Environment Committee of the City of Ottawa recommended that city council approve the Ottawa River Action Plan at a total projected cost of $ million.

Central to successful completion of the plan would be a cost-sharing arrangement between three levels of government: municipal, provincial, and fed-eral. In my own time, I had 10 glorious, consecutive nine-month spans on the banks of the Ottawa in cottage country in Norway Bay, in a cabin without electricity or running water, learning to.

§ The committee reviewed and recommended support for nomination of the Ottawa River as a Canadian Heritage River by the Canadian Heritage Rivers Board. Objective 2: Advise City Council on issues related to Development, Community Design and Heritage Conservation.

2) Audit of the City of Ottawa Water Rate. That, at a later meeting, Council refer all audit recommendations where management is in disagreement to the Council Audit Working Group for resolution.

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Hume. Ottawa River Regulation Planning Board. The Planning Board was established to ensure integrated management of the principal reservoirs of the Ottawa River Basin: to minimize flood and drought impacts along the Ottawa River and its tributaries, particularly in the Montreal Region; while maintaining beneficial water uses in the basin.

Approximately km east of Ottawa hidden from view on the banks of the Ottawa River sit the remains of Fort Senneville, a 17th century stone castle-fort built to protect French settlers. The fortress ruins sit in the backyard of a residence on Senneville Road, designated a National Historic Site, but out of view from the general public.

Since its inception in Augustthe LACAC has met twice monthly to receive public delegations, to make recommendations to City Council on applications and matters relative to the Ontario Heritage Act, and to discuss issues relative to Ottawa’s built heritage.

An Extract of Draft Minutes, 08 Marchimmediately follows and includes the voting record. Report to/Rapport au: Planning and Development Committee. Comité de l’urbanism et de l’aménagement and Council/et au Conseil 08 March / le 08 mars   Riley BrockingtonISSUES PASTHow did you vote, or how would you have voted, on the Transportation Master Plan that includes a $3-billion plan for.

Discussing the Future of the Ottawa River with ECCC Minister Catherine McKenna We spoke with Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna about the future of the Ottawa River and how a wide range of stakeholders must work together to ensure we can all continue to swim, drink, and fish in the river for generations to come.

Minutes of debates in council on the banks of the Ottawa River, (commonly called the Miamia of the Lake) November-- Said to be held there by the chiefs of the several Indian nations, who defeated the army of the United States, on the 4th of that month.

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Notices Service Concierge Digital Media Program goes Virtual with Online Workshops. April 9, Press Release from the Ottawa River Regulation Planning Board - EXPECTING MINOR FLOODING ON THE OTTAWA RIVER (Fort-Coulonge to the Montreal Region) Spring Freshet Update from the Township of Laurentian Valley issued April 8 MNRF Issues Water Conditions Statement - Water Safety.

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24 April / le 24 avril Submitted by / Soumis par: Planning and Environment Committee. C omité de l’urbanisme et de l’environnement. Minutes of Debates in Council on the Banks of the Ottawa River, {Commonly called the Miamia of the Lake) November —, 17ÇI. Said to be held there hy the Chiefs of the Several Indian Nations, who defeated the Army of the.

Located on the banks of the Ottawa River, downtown Ottawa’s Parliament Hill attracts nearly three million visitors per year. Here, visitors will enjoy viewing glorious Gothic Revival-style buildings patterned after the British Parliament house, the nation's House of Commons and Senate chambers.

Through its total course of miles (1, km), the river forms innumerable lakes, the largest being Grand Victoria, Simard, Timiskaming, Allumette, Chats, and Deschenes.

The Ottawa and its main tributaries—including the Rouge ( miles [ km] long), Lièvre ( miles [ km]), Gatineau ( miles [ km]). Regular Meetings of Council typically take place on the third Tuesday of every month at pm at the Township Municipal Office at Witt Road, Laurentian Valley ON, K8A 6W5.

Please note, during the COVID pandemic, special provisions have been put in place for virtual Council meetings to occur.

As there are some scheduling considerations in coordinating broadcasting of the Virtual. Little River Band of Ottawa Indians is a federally recognized Native American tribe of the Odawa people in the United States. It is based in Manistee and Mason counties in northwest Michigan.

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Present, various nations. Notices April 9, Press Release from the Ottawa River Regulation Planning Board - EXPECTING MINOR FLOODING ON THE OTTAWA RIVER (Fort-Coulonge to the Montreal Region) Spring Freshet Update from the Township of Laurentian Valley issued April 8 MNRF Issues Water Conditions Statement - Water Safety Notice for Pembroke District on April 6th Virtual Special Council.

For example, nowhere in evidence was the crucial indigenous analysis of the Ohio struggle that was "Minutes of Debate in Council on the Banks of the Ottawa River" (Philadelphia, ), recorded by Alexander McKee, who Owens did not position as Shawnee despite Hendrick Aupaumut's Journal, which identified him as such.

The history of Ottawa, capital of Canada, was shaped by events such as the construction of the Rideau Canal, the lumber industry, the choice of Ottawa as the location of Canada's capital, as well as American and European influences and interactions.

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The citizen committees principal cost were a city clerk to help them keep the minutes and convene the meetings. It paid off, we began to see lively debates at Council with much more attention paid to the nitty-gritty of running the city from the anticipated transition to light rail to air and water quality, and local food supply.Go cross-country skiing (and more) in Ottawa, and in the nearby countryside!

The popular Sir John A. Macdonald Winter Trail (known locally as the SJAM Trail) grooms tracks for snowshoeing, walking and fat biking for 16 km (10 miles) along the Ottawa River running westward from the Canadian War Museum, near downtown.

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