the rebellion of 1837-8

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Placing canadian history in a larger atlantic world. Ideas that demand and call for dramatic change (political, economic, or cultural). As a result, certain people are infuriated, while others are inspired. They in part, help give rise an age of revolutions, which take place during the late 1800"s- early 1900"s: the lower canadian rebellion) Atmosphere of conflict (see previous lecture beginning and patriotes and continue to. Nevertheless these never trained soldiers win the battle against these soldiers in st. denis: the british are too numerous, well trained and well quipped to continue to lose. They go one to win victories at st. charles and st. eustache. These victories bring to an end the first stage of lower canadian rebellion: the response by colbert is to suppress lower canadian radicalism. So, after winning victories, these soldiers go to the fields of farmers and burn them for having sympathized or participated in the violent uprising.

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