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Wars, Battles & Rebellions
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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.
|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.
|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.
|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
|William Lyon Mackenzie Handwritten notes by William Lyon
Mackenzie, labeled "Trial of Lount and Matthews", that describe Captain Peter
|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.
|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.
|Red River Proclamation A proclamation against the Red River
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