Separate Schools, Upper Canada


Separate Schools, Upper Canada
   B Opposed by George Brown, 121; a compromise arranged, 122-123; bill introduced by R. W. Scott, 144; Ryerson's support of bill, 144; adopted by government and becomes law, 144-145; attacked by Globe, but finally accepted by George Brown, 145. Md Claimed by Roman Catholics and conceded after years of controversy, 82.
   Bib.: Hodgins, History of Separate Schools in Upper Canada.

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