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Rebellions of 1837 and 1838
Web Research

Please note that due to the transitory nature of websites, some links may have changed or disappeared since this pathfinder was compiled.

The Canadian Military Heritage Project

  • "Includes brief descriptions of the military engagements in both Upper and Lower Canada (St. Denis, St. Charles, St. Eustache, Montgomery's Tavern, etc.), with links and biographical sketches.

Les combats de 1837-1838

  • "Contains hyperlinks to sites on the rebellions in Lower Canada.

EduNET. The 1837 Rebellions.

  • "Includes a brief history of the rebellions in Upper and Lower Canada, a chronology, biographical sketches, links and other resources.

Library and Archives Canada

  • "Follow the links to "ArchiviaNet," an online index to the finding aids for many of the archival holdings of Library and Archives Canada, including both government records and private papers.

Ontario Genealogical Society. Lambton County Branch

Les patriotes de 1837 @ 1838

  • "Information on Lower Canada only, including a chronology of events, military history, and a searchable database of over 11,000 "Patriotes", with biographical notes.