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French regime 1497-1763
End of 7 years war to constitutional act 1791
Upper and Lower Canada 1791-1841
Union 1841 to Confederation 1867
Dominion of Canada 1867-
War of 1812
Union act (10 Feb. 1840)
Works under MDS 971.038
- The Firebrand: William Lyon Mackenzie and the Rebellion in Upper Canada by William Kilbourn
- The Patriots and the People by Allan Greer
- REBELLION. The Rising in French Canada 1837 by Joseph Schull
- The Patriotes of '37 (Book 25, Chronicles of Canada Series) by Alfred D. DeCelles
- A deep sense of wrong : the treason, trials and transportation to New South Wales of Lower Canadian rebels after the 1838 rebellion by Beverley Boissery
- The Rebellions of 1837 and 1838 in Lower Canada by Jean-Paul Bernard
- 1837 Rebellion Remembered: Papers Presented at the 1837 Rebellion Remembered Conference of the Ontario Historical Society at Black Creek Pioneer Village, 28 September to 3 October, 1987 by Ontario Historical Society.
- The Lives and Times of the Patriots: An Account of the Rebellion in Upper Canada, 1837-1838, and the Patriot Agitation in the United States, 1837-1842 by Edwin C. Guillet
- Mackenzie's Own Narrative of the Late Rebellion by William Lyon Mackenzie
- Mackenzie: A Political Biography by John Sewell
- Forgotten Patriots by Jack Cahill
- Rise, Canadians! by M. Bellasis
- The Idea of Liberty in Canada during the Age of Atlantic Revolutions, 1776-1838 by Michel Ducharme
- The Canadian Rebellion of 1837-38 by Orrin Edward Tiffany
- The Rising in Western Upper Canada 1837-38: The Duncombe Revolt and After by Colin Read
- 1837 Rebellion : a tour of Toronto and nearby places by Mark Frank
- Rebels Against Tories in Upper Canada 1837 (Amazing Stories) by Maria Da Silva (2010-07-06) by Maria Da Silva
- Histoire des patriotes by Gérard Filteau
- Soldier of Fortune by Ella Pipping
- William Lyon Mackenzie, rebel against authority by David Flint
- Volunteers and Redcoats, Raiders and Rebels (Canadian War Museum Historical Publication) by Mary Beacock Fryer
- A Particular Duty: Canadian Rebellions, 1837-39 by Michael Mann
- Louis-Joseph Papineau: Un demi-siecle de combats : interventions publiques (French Edition) by Yvan Lamonde
- The rebellions of 1837 in Upper and Lower Canada : a portfolio prepared for teachers of Canadian history by Charles W. Jefferys
- William Lyon Mackenzie (2 volumes) by Charles Lindsey
- A genteel exterior: the domestic life of William Lyon Mackenzie and his family by Nancy Luno
- Egerton Ryerson by Nathaniel Burwash
- Rebellions (Canada: A People’s History) by Don Quinlan
- Journal d'un Fils de la liberté, réfugié aux États-Unis, par suite de l'Insurrection canadienne, en 1837 by Amédée Papineau
- From Hands Now Striving to Be Free: Boxes Crafted by 1837 Rebellion Prisoners by Chris Raible
- Rebellion and Union: In the Canadas by Douglas Baldwin
- Mackenzie House: 82 Bond Street, Toronto: The Home of William Lyon Mackenzie, Publisher, Politician and First Mayor of Toronto by Toronto Historical Board
- Histoire de la Resistance du Canada au Gouvernement Anglais by Papineau Louis Josep
- The Mackenzie homestead: a brief history from 1858 to present day: including room descriptions of the restored museum by Nancy Luno
- The haunting of Mackenzie House and the spirit of Mackenzie: ghosts at Mackenzie House? by Chris Raible
- The Evening of November 24, 1837: An Interpretation of Events Occurring 150 Years Ago - Prepared As A Talk, At the Annual Meeting of The Town of York Historical Society on November 24, 1987, With Comments on Their Effect in the Rebellion in December, 1837 by Anthony Cawthra Adamson
- Road to Rebellion: The 1837 Toronto Rebellion by City of Toronto
- 1837, the birth of Canadian democracy by Stanley Ryerson
- Life and time of Sir Alexander Tilloch Galt by Oscar Douglas Skelton
- Les rébellions canadiennes de 1837 et 1838 vues de Paris by Aurélio Ayala
- La rébellion de 1837 à travers le prisme du Montreal herald : la refondation par les armes des institutions politiques canadiennes by Francois Deschamps
- Sir Francis Bond Head : a narrative with notes by William Lyon Mackenzie by S.F. Wise
- French Canadian rebels as Australian convicts : the experiences of the fifty-eight Lower canadians transported to Australia in 1839 by Brian Petrie
- The Mackenzie Homestead, 82 Bond Street, Toronto by William Lyon Mackenzie & John Robert Colombo
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