Upper Canada Rebellion

Upper Canada Rebellion

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  • leaders planned to coordinate their revolts because Britain did not have enough troops to fight rebels in both colonies
  • while Papineau was organising protests and assemblies a group of patriots broke out into an armed rebellion while resisting arrest. another group "Fils de la Liberte" took part in the rebellion soon after
  • Please help us rebel against Britain!
  • no you shall stay loyal to them!
  • Papineau soon fled to America after an attempted arrest
  • The Patriots soon lost battles in Saint-Charles and Saint-Eustache.
  • They may have been successful if they had support of the catholic church. But instead advised the rebels to remain loyal to Britain.
  • In 1838 a second rebellion broke out. the troops were disorganized and poorly supplied. The rebels quickly scattered after a small victory and they were approached by a group of British. The rebellion in lower Canada was over but resentment still lingered.
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