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de Montcalm Marquis de Montcalm, commander of New France defences at Quebec
defeated on the Plains of Abraham in September, 1759.
Montcalm General Montcalm rallying his men in response to the British attack on
Quebec during the battle on the Plains of Abraham, September 13, 1759.
Maude Montgomery Lucy Maude Montgomery (1874-1942) was born and educated
Edward Island, subsequently moved to Ontario, and author of the Anne of Green Gables
series of novels.
Montgomery Irish-born, General Richard Montgomery was an officer in the British
army, joined the American side during the revolution, led the American expedition against
Montreal in 1775, but died in the attack on Quebec City.
of Montgomery A romanticized version of the unsuccessful 1775-1776 winter assault
on Quebec City by American forces under General Richard Montgomery, who died at the
approaches to Lower Town.
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de Monts Sieur de Monts, Colonizer of Acadia and a trading entrepreneur who
Lieutenant-General of New France.
Moodie Dumbar and Susanna Moodie on the steps of Moodie Cottage, Upper
Susanna Moodie came to Upper Canada in 1821 where she became a popular writer, stressing
the hardships of the frontier.
Meetings Prime Minister Trudeau with Claude Morin, Quebec Minister for
Intergovernmental Affairs, and Quebec Premier René Lévesque, at the Constitution
meetings of 1981.
Motherwell William Motherwell (1860-1943), an early homesteader from Ontario in
Saskatchewan, was Saskatchewan's first minister of agriculture, 1905-1918, and then the
federal agriculture minister, 1921-1930.
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