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Rebellion of 1837
Montgomery's Farm Battle of Montgomery's Farm, Upper Canada, December 7, 1837. As part of the Rebellion of 1837, the militia scattered some 800 men and effectively ending the rebellion.
ID #20021
Battle of St. Eustache The Battle of St. Eustache, 1837, between British troops and French-Canadian Patriotes, was the largest clash during the Lower Canada Rebellion of 1837.
ID #20695
Caroline Destruction The destruction of the Caroline, December 29, 1837, the supply ship of Mackenzie's provisional rebel government, which broke apart above Niagara Falls, but did not go over.
ID #21691
York Jail Executions Th execution of Samuel Lount and Peter Matthews at the York jail, Upper Canada, in April, 1838, for their participation in the Rebellion of 1837.
ID #20022
William Lyon Mackenzie Handwritten notes by William Lyon Mackenzie, labeled "Trial of Lount and Matthews", that describe Captain Peter Matthews.
ID #20023
Mrs. Samuel Lount Mrs. Samuel Lount unsuccessfully interceding with Governor Sir George Arthur on behalf of her husband, a participant in the rebellion of 1837.
ID #20103

Red River Rising
First Ontario Rifles Encampment of First Ontario Rifles at Sault Ste. Marie, 1870, travelling to quell the Red River Rising in Manitoba.
ID #20427
Red River Proclamation A proclamation against the Red River rebels, 1869.
ID #21794
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