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Laura Secord: a study in Canadian patriotism

being an address delivered before the Canadian Club, of Winnipeg, May 1st, 1907

by George Bryce

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Published by Manitoba Free Press, Company in Winnipeg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Secord, Laura Ingersoll, 1775-1868.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Rev. Professor Geo. Bryce.--
    ContributionsCanadian Club of Winnipeg.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination16 p. :
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23309834M


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During the war ofJames Secord served in the Canadian Lincoln Militia near Niagara, Ontario. Gravely wounded in the Battle of Queenston Heights, Secord was about to be bludgeoned to death by American soldiers when wife Laura came to   The history of the Western and Central regions of the Dominion is given briefly towards the end of this {18} narrative, as it forms a national sequence or supplement to that of the Eastern divisions, Acadia and Canada, where France first established her dominion, and the foundations were laid for the present Canadian confederation.

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John Stewart Carstairs, B.A., a committee, consisting of Colonel Ryerson, Lieut.-Colonel W. Hamilton Merritt, Mr. Carstairs, and   named Secord. In the book: (The Fight in the Beech Woods – A study in Canadian History by Ernest Cruik-shank) best describes the Secord family: “Among the few remaining inhabitants of Queen-ston was James Secord, a Sergeant of the Lincoln Militia (Canadian) and still almost helpless from wounds re-ceived in the battle of the 13th of OctoberVol.

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Blackett Robinson, ), by Sarah Anne Curzon. multiple formats at ; Gutenberg ?.