The Rebellion in Upper Canada
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Rebellion leader William Lyon Mackenzie and the Lieutenant Governor Francis Bond Head
Upper Canada's colonists were split into to groups those who who demanded change ans those who supported the family compact
we want a change!
our Government is fine how it is!
1819 the radical reformer Robert Gourlay who lead the colonists which demanded change was arrested at a rally for criticizing the family compact
Upper Canada's rebellion leader William lead the colonial advocate to argue for change, as a comeback the family compact threw his printing press into the lake
Once Francis Bond Head sent his troops off to fight Lower Canada, William got his rebels to march in the city in Montgomery's Tavern
The rebels bumped into the loyal defenders of Toronto and were soon defeated. William quickly escaped dressed as a woman to America
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