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Rock Donda stands before us like a nut-brown maid, quietly holding herself aloof from the waters that have paid her homage all these years.
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Many men, and women, too, have smothered sorrow and disappointment in the daily grind of a hustling, bustling life, either business or social, while others have turned their backs to the world and all it offered and found peace amid Nature's kindly offerings. It is a noticeable fact that a man who makes the latter decision almost invariably goes to a lake-shore retreat. There he finds the solitude his wounded spirit craves and at the same time an allurement that tends to hold him to his decision...
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Balance Rock is a famous boulder situated on Long (formerly Manitou) Island in the middle of Lake Memphremagog.
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Lake Memphremagog is located partly in Canada and partly in the United States.
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The Council fire cast weird shadows amongst the trees and the waters of the river reflected its glow.
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Belgium, Nov 10th [1915] Dear Carl, I often think of you all especially when the full moon floats over head and wish I might drop in and see you all—
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Upper Canada felt the sting in the opening days of the War of 1812. But for many residents of Lower Canada life continued as usual.
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In the 1860s, many Irishmen living in the United States wanted Britain to grant independence to Ireland. Ireland was under English rule and most of its people lived in severe poverty.
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THE REBELLIONS OF 1837-1838
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(**Continued from The Rebellions Part 1: The Political Context)
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The border separating Quebec’s Eastern Townships from the United States was determined by the terms of the Quebec Act in 1774.
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Smuggling has been a problem in the Eastern Townships for a long time. At first, there were no customs offices at all. People could buy whatever they pleased in the U.S.
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In the early 19th century, there were no police, courts, or prisons in the Eastern Townships. The region was a distant frontier, far from the cities of Lower Canada.
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--July 3, 2019. In honour of the 125th anniversary of "Megantic Outlaw" Donald Morrison's death, QAHN is pleased to re-issue the following short article on the response to Morrison's arrest by the Scottish community of the Eastern Townships.
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The St. Albans Raid of October 19, 1864 is one of the most celebrated incidents in Border lore.
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Born in 1845 on his parents' farm at Kingscroft, in Barnston Township, Arthur Osmore Norton studied at nearby Barnston Academy. By age 16, Norton was working as a clerk in a local general store.
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From 1860 to the early 1900s, the St. Francis Valley was the main centre in Canada for the production of slate.
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Three components make up the explosive combination of black powder: saltpeter (potassium nitrate), sulphur, and charcoal (carbon).
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