The Volunteer Militia in Lower Canada, 1837-50

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Title
The Volunteer Militia in Lower Canada, 1837-50
Abstract
An example of how Montreal's early nineteenth century English-speaking elite used their membership in the Montreal Volunteer Militia to counteract their fear of French-Canadian nationalism and French revolutionary and Napoleonic invasions. The author focuses on the career of John Samuel McCord.
Book Title
Power, Place and Identity: Studies of Social and Legal Regulation in Quebec
Place
Montreal
Publisher
Montreal History Group
Date
1998
Pages
37-54
Language
en
URL
Citation
Young, Brian. “The Volunteer Militia in Lower Canada, 1837-50.” In Power, Place and Identity: Studies of Social and Legal Regulation in Quebec, edited by Tamara Myers, Kate Boyer, Mary Anne Poutanen, and Steven Watt, 37–54. Montreal: Montreal History Group, 1998. http://web.archive.org/web/20041107171328/http://www.ghm-mhg.mcgill.ca/publications/ppi/young.html.
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