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The Orange Order in nineteenth-century Ontario

C. Houston

The Orange Order in nineteenth-century Ontario

a study in institutional cultural transfer

by C. Houston

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Published by University of Toronto, Department of Geography in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Orange Order.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementC. Houston and W.J. Smyth.
    SeriesDiscussion paper / University of Toronto, Department of Geography -- 22
    ContributionsSmyth, William J.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13795615M

    This essay is informed by Bruce Curtis’s work¹ on the organization of Canadian censuses in the nineteenth century. Our consideration starts from the following premise: the annual reports of parish priests are to religious history and the history of the Church as it existed in the province of Quebec for thirty years what the censuses are to social-economic history and the history of the state. Orange Lodge Records. The Orange Order moved north with the first English protestant settlers from southern Ontario to come to Nipissing District. In North Bay the first lodge was organized in J.W. Richardson was first Master and served as such for nine of the first seventeen years of the organization.

    History of the Orange Order. The Loyal Orange Institution was formed on 21st September shortly after the ‘Battle of the Diamond’ outside Loughgall, Co. Armagh. Three well-known local men of the area, James Wilson, Dan Winter, and James Sloan, established the institution. Christopher D. Green;, Marlene Shore;, Thomas Teo. The Transformation of Psychology: Influences of Nineteenth‐Century Philosophy, Technology, and Natural Science.

    The Orange Order was founded in County Armagh, Ireland, in Here are some books which describe the Orange Order in Ireland and Canada: In Ireland in , the following book was written by Sir Richard Musgrave a few years after the "Rising". This was one of the most bloody insurgencies in Irish History -- o persons died. Orange County, Virginia Order Book Abstracts , Brand New, Free shipp Brand New. C $ Top Rated Seller. Buy It Now. From United States +C $ shipping. Z V S S P O 7 U D 9 N 9 E S O R E V D A. Sash Canada Wore: A Historical Geography of the Orange Order in Canada. Free US Delivery | ISBN: Pre-Owned. C $


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The Loyal Orange Institution, commonly known as the Orange Order, is an international Protestant fraternal order based in Northern also has lodges in England, Scotland and the Republic of Ireland, as well as throughout the British Commonwealth and the United States.

The Orange Order was founded in County Armagh induring a period of Protestant–Catholic sectarian conflict, as Founded at: Loughgall, County Armagh. Get this from a library. The Orange Order in nineteenth-century Ontario: a study in institutional cultural transfer.

[Cecil J Houston; William J Smyth]. Book. jpg. Nowhere in the world – not even in Northern Ireland – was Orangeism more popular than it was in Canada. When the Orange Order reached its peak in the s, 60 per cent of the world’s Orangemen lived in Canada and Newfoundland. Toronto was so Orange in complexion that it was known as ‘the Belfast of the North America’.

Journal of Historical Geography, 4, 3 () The Orange Order and the expansion of the frontier in Ontario, Cecil Houston and William J. Smyth To date, the geographical implications of the role played by the Orange Order in the settlement of Ontario have largely been ignored by comparison with the role played by the Catholic Church in by: 4.

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DRAPER. The Orange Order in Northern Ireland In some ways the Orange Institution in Scotland fared rather better than its Irish counterpart, though it is fair to say that the challenges were less dramatic. During the period of the Northern Ireland parliament and government, the prestige and influence of.

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The Orange Order. The Orange Order is a large exclusively Protestant secret society. The Orange Order is one of the biggest secret societies existing throughout the world today, having tens of thousands of members in Ireland, Britain, and throughout the British Commonwealth (especially Australia, Canada and New Zealand).

PENNEFATHER, The Orange and the Black. Documents in the History of the Orange Order. Ontario and the West,Orange and Black Publications,p. Scott W. SEE, "The Orange Order and Social Violence in Mid-Nineteenth Century Saint John", Acadiensis, Vol.

13, No 1 (autumn ): The Order became an integral part of Canada’s colonial history. This book describes very well, the rise of the Order in the nineteenth century and its gradual demise in the ’s.

The Order grew initially in Ontario and moved both north and west as the country developed. Orange Order, like most other fraternal societies, reached its organizational zenith and strongest membership levels.

Once again, however, the broad sweep of this paper will, where appropriate, encompass the latter half of the nineteenth century. This article is deliberately cavalier in its approach to disciplinary boundaries and the.

This volume brings together a fascinating selection of studies exploring the soft power tools used by heirs to the throne in order to enhance the communication of. The unlikely subject was "The Orange Order in Canada." The Orange Order, in the apt formula of Donald MacRaild from Victoria University in New Zealand, was both a legendary "anti-Catholic club," and a more admirable "socio-economic network," in the now vanished old British North America and similar places elsewhere.

This book analyzes the identity crisis found in nineteenth-century post-Romantic literature. By mirroring several Antihumanist theories through the Jungian theory of the shadow, the author argues that this literature anticipates our.

A self-confessed social scientist, he presented an assortment of intriguing statistical evidence on “The Orange Order in Ontario, Newfoundland, Scotland, and Northern Ireland.” One of his charts dramatically showed how Canadian Orangeism peaked after the First World War, in the early s.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Associationalism of the Orange diaspora / Donald M. MacRaild --Orange Order in Ontario, Newfoundland, Scotland and Northern Ireland: a macro-social analysis / Eric Kaufmann --Orangemen and the crown / Ian Radforth --'Orange influences of the right kind': Thomas D'Arcy.

While Toronto’s municipal affairs were never as corrupt as elsewhere, the Orange Order operated as a de facto political machine throughout the nineteenth century.

Between. Based on unprecedented access to the Order's internal documents, this book provides the first systematic social history of the Orange Order - the Protestant association dedicated to maintaining the British connection in Northern Ireland.

Kaufmann charts the Order's path from the peak of its influence, in the early s, to its present-day crisis.4/5(1).Welcome to the official site of Loyal Orange Lodge 1. For more than years the Loyal Orange Association has been a National Fraternal Organization in Canada and, as the years passed, enthusiasm for its concept and principles inspired the formation of the Ladies' Orange Benevolent Association, the Orange Young Britons, and Junior Orange lodges.

Based on unprecedented access to the Order's internal documents, this book provides the first systematic social history of the Orange Order - the Protestant association dedicated to maintaining the British connection in Northern Ireland.

Kaufmann charts the Order's path from the peak of its influence, in the early s, to its present-day s: 1.