Intrigues francaises et americaines au canada 1800-1802

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Intrigues francaises et americaines au canada 1800-1802
Abstract
It has been argued (see F. Murray Greenwood) that the "intrigues" by agents of Revolutionary France and the United States to entice French Canadians to revolt against the British colonial government in Lower Canada lead to English Quebecers developing a "garrison mentality" of distrust towards their French-speaking neighbours.
Place
Montréal
Publisher
Leméac
Date
1965
Language
fr
Citation
Wallot, Jean-Pierre. Intrigues francaises et americaines au canada 1800-1802. Montréal: Leméac, 1965.
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