Charlottetown Conference

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  • Departure

    Departure
    The 'Queen Victoria' left Quebec City for Charlottetown Conference with several important Canadian Poloticians. Among them were George Brown, John A. Macdonald, George Cartier, Alexander Galt, and D'Arcy McGee.
  • Beggining

    Beggining
    The Charlottetown Conference began
  • Arrival

    Arrival
    The poloticians arrive at the harbour and are greated by W. H. Pope who rows out to them.
  • Second day of conference

    Second day of conference
    First meeting of the conference takes place. George Cartier speaks about "the arguments in favour of confederation."
  • Third day of the conference

    Third day of the conference
    A. T. Galt speaks about "how finances could be arranged in the united provinces."
  • Second Speaker

    Second Speaker
    George Cartier speaks about "the Canada of the Future."
  • Third Speaker

    Third Speaker
    George Brown speaks about " the dream of Canada, Atlantic to Pacific."
  • Fourth Day of the conference

    Fourth Day of the conference
    All politicions got a day of rest from the conference because back then, sunday was a very religious day and nobody generally worked.
  • Fith Day of Conference

    Fith Day of Conference
    George Brown speaks about " the powers of the General Government and the Powers of the Local Government in Confederation."
  • Sixth Day

    Sixth Day
    They discussed the "other reasons for confederation."
  • Seventh Day

    Seventh Day
    The Martime Delegates report on their desicion about Confederation.
  • Eighth Day of Conference

    Eighth Day of Conference
    Supper and Grand Ball with lobster dinner, speaches and dancing.
  • Last Day

    Everyone left the conference.
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    The Cherlottetown conference

    The Charlottetown conference started on the first of september, 1864 and ended on the ninth of september, 1864.