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Campaign Medals, Capt. R Dillon, Canadian Militia - 1866-1885

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Relations des Jésuites

The Jesuit Relations - Wikipedia

Militia man in French and Indian War New France - Bing Images

Canadian militiaman: engraving by Claude Charles Bacqueville de la Potherie, 1722

"A view of the bombardment of Fort McHenry." Drawing by J. Bower, 1819. Public domain.

The War of 1812 Photo: Bombardment of Fort McHenry

The War of 1812 After the War of 1812, former enslaved Blacks fled to Canada and the Caribbean in search for a better life post-slavery. The second war between the British and the young United States of America was waged over tariffs, trade and the conscription of 10,000 American sailors. From 1812-15, this war was …

The Forgotten Exodus: 7 Facts About the Black Loyalists and Refugee Negroes Escaping American Wars to Canada

The Afghanistan Campaign Medal (ACM) is awarded to military personnel for serving active duty in the borders of Afghanistan for a period of 30 consecutive days or 60 non-consecutive days. This award is retroactive to October 24th, 2001. Those in combat or wounded in combat with enemy forces can receive this medal no matter how many days spent in Afghanistan. Any personnel killed in action while serving in Afghanistan are also awarded this medal.

Afghanistan Campaign Medal

The Afghanistan Campaign Medal (ACM) is awarded to military personnel for serving active duty in the borders of Afghanistan for a period of 30 consecutive days or 60 non-consecutive days. This award is retroactive to October 24th, 2001. Those in combat or wounded in combat with enemy forces can receive this medal no matter how many days spent in Afghanistan. Any personnel killed in action while serving in Afghanistan are also awarded this medal.

Regimental Colour- The 41st Regiment of Foot

The Regimental Medical System by Gareth Newfield

The Minute Book

The Minute Book

UNITÉ-2e bataillon Milice d'Élite du Bas-Canada, circa 1813 SELECT AND EMBODIED MILITIA 2 BT MATÉRIAUX-Laiton, Argent GRADE-Officier

UNITÉ-2e bataillon Milice d'Élite du Bas-Canada, circa 1813 SELECT AND EMBODIED MILITIA 2 BT MATÉRIAUX-Laiton, Argent GRADE-Officier

[Métis] Buffalo Hunter Spitting a Bullet into a Gun. by Frederic Remington n.d. Courtesy Frederic Remington Art Museum. Métis hunters often "ran" buffalo with a sawed-off musket, a mouthful of balls, a powder horn, reloaded on the run, directed their horses only with their knees and dropped the muzzle to shoot before the ball rolled out the barrel. They sometimes over-loaded on a run, maiming hands and fingers. Repeating rifles later added to the efficiency of the Métis buffalo hunters. JE

Frederic Sackrider Remington Buffalo Hunter Spitting a Bullet Into a Gun ink wash and watercolor on paper, Art Museum, Ogdensburg, New York.

1942 BVD Pajamas Buy War Bonds First Original World War 2 Print Ad -An original vintage 1942 advertisement, not a reproduction -Measures approximately x to x -Ready for matting and

February 15, 2016 - Today's destination is America in the 1870s, and our guest is Sheila Myers, author of the novel Ephemeral Summer, and associate profess

February 2016 - Today's destination is America in the and our guest is Sheila Myers, author of the novel Ephemeral Summer, and associate profess