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Canadian Military History & Genealogy
Rebellion of 1837
Battle of EustacheCopyright © 1998 By Lorine McGinnis Schulze
This was the last battle of the Rebellion in Lower Canada (Quebec). On 14 December 1837, Sir John Colborne's troops (1200 regulars) attacked Patriotes in St. Eustache, just outside of Montreal. Amury Girod and Dr. Jean-Olivier Chenier led the Patriotes, but Chenier and 70 of his men were killed. The British took 118 prisoners.
Sources: We Stand On Guard: An Illustrated History of the Canadian Army by John Marteinson Dictionary of Canadian Military History by David J. Bercuson & J. L. Granatstein
We Stand On Guard: An Illustrated History of the Canadian Army by John Marteinson
Dictionary of Canadian Military History by David J. Bercuson & J. L. Granatstein
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