Some articles on england, england planters, planters:
... French lands with settlers from New England ... Between 1760 and 1768 some 8000 New England Planters arrived in Nova Scotia, the largest number settling in Kings County in three agricultural townships Horton, Cornwallis, and Aylesford ... The legacy of the New England Planters is still a tangible part of the life in Kings County, and had an important influence on Nova Scotian ideas on democratic ...
... The New England Planters were settlers from the New England colonies who responded to invitations by the lieutenant governor (and subsequently governor) of Nova Scotia, Charles ... Eight thousand Planters (roughly 2000 families), largely farmers and fishermen, arrived from 1759 to 1768 to take up the offer ... The movement of some 2,000 families from New England to Nova Scotia in the early 1760s was a small part of the much larger migration of an estimated 66,000 ...
... settled the Aspotogan Peninsula were the New England Planters, primarily from Massachusetts ... For these Protestants from New England, the Governor of Nova Scotia established Chester (1759) ... Some of these New England Planters eventually crossed Mahone Bay to settle on the Aspotogan Peninsula ...
Famous quotes containing the words planters and/or england:
“The first day that we landed upon that fatal shore
The planters they came round us full twenty score or more,
They rankd us up like horses, and sold us out of hand
Then yokd us unto ploughs, my boys, to plow Van
—Unknown. Van Diemans Land (l. 912)
“a notable prince that was called King John;
And he ruled England with main and with might,
For he did great wrong, and maintained little right.”
—Unknown. King John and the Abbot of Canterbury (l. 24)