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Laura Secord, or, How Canada was saved

Laura Secord, or, How Canada was saved

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Published by s.n.] in [Markdale, Ont.? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Secord, Laura, -- 1775-1868 -- Poetry.,
  • Poésie canadienne-anglaise, ICMH.,
  • Canadian poetry (English), CIHM.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesHow Canada was saved
    Statementby J.R. Newall.
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 86348
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (13 fr.)
    Number of Pages13
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17503128M
    ISBN 100665863489

    The outcome of the War of had major implications in the development of not only the United States, but as well as Canada. On 24 June , Great Britain discovered via a messenger that the United States was asserting its power and declaring war against Great Britain. [1] Although greatly outnumbered, Britain’s small but well trained army, commanded by such senior officers as Isaac Brock.


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Rosalee Peppard, Canada's Premier Maritime Musical Oral HERstorian. More info/booking: The plucky spirit of 19th-century Canadian heroine Laura Secord permeates this collection, which was sponsored by the Laura Secord Candy Shops and created by the Canadian Home Economics Association to commemorate the Canadian centennial in Inspired by our national history and identity, it was destined to become an instant classic/5(52).

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American and British forces are fighting for control of Upper Canada (now Ontario), causing many hardships for the Secords, but through them all Laura displays strength and resourcefulness.

While "[c]annons and muskets roared deafeningly all around" and the "smell of sulphur from the guns hung thick in the damp air," the woman hides her 4/5(1). Laura Secord is Canada’s largest and best known chocolatier, selling premium chocolates, ice cream and other types of candies.

In Frank P. O’Connor began a small, Toronto-based candy business selling hand-made chocolates. He adopted the name Laura Secord, after the Canadian heroine because she was an icon of courage, devotion and loyalty.

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Laura Secord (Book): Barber, Terry: Laura Secord is specifically written to meet the needs of adolescents and adults who are reluctant readers. The photographs, maps, and illustrations reflect the text, making the words easy to decode.

This high-interest, low-vocabulary biography is ideal for English as a Second Language or adult basic education students. Founded inLaura Secord Candy Company was purchased by Nestle Canada Laura Secord operates retail shops, distributes its products in more than 2, third-party retail outlets in Canada, and has employees in stores across the country.

Laura Secord had $ million in. laura secord saved niagra fall or it woud be in the USA. That is what laura secord did that was so importent Asked in Entertainment & Arts, Marriage, Celebrity Births Deaths and Ages.

The reason Laura Secord’s life was so remarkable is that she saved Canada and Mr. Fitzgibbon. If it weren’t for Laura, Canada would probably be a lot different right now.

The reason I admire Laura Secord is that she was so brave risking her life just to deliver a message and she probably knew she could die. InLaura married James Secord, a well-off merchant whose ancestors had moved to Canada from France in the 17th century.

They moved into a house in Queenston and opened a small shop. Secord Student Art Featured in Seasons Art Show at City Hall Dance Teams Impress at Hamilton's Best Dance Crew Competition.

Laura Secord, Beaverdams, and How We Remember History J / Don Cummer On or about this day inLaura Secord set out from her home in Queenston, Upper Canada, on a mile journey through the bush that would eventually make her a legend and perhaps the best-known Canadian figure in the War of A Message from SECORD CARES for April 27 - May 3, May is Mental Health Week.

Laura Secord is my hero because she saved Canada. I think she is strong, brave, and smart. She would have to be to make a journey like she did. If she had not told Fitzgibbon that the Americans were going to attack Canada, Canada would probably be part of the U.S.A.

today. Here you can find all the Laura Secord stores in Ottawa. To access the details of the store (location, opening hours, Laura Secord online and current flyers) click on the location or the store name. : The Laura Secord Canadian Cook Book (Cookbook)(Recipes / Cooking)(Laura Secord Candy Shops production): hardcover, a solid Good copy of this classic, bit of light wear, tear along rear spine fold has been taped, ink gift inscription on verso of front cover, some pen notes in text and on verso of rear cover, bumped corners, still a solid serviceable copy, pages Book Edition: Later Printing of The First Edition.

This biography of Laura Secord is a high-interest, low-vocabulary book for adolescents and adults with limited literacy skills. Laura Secord () found herself caught up in the War of after U.S. troops took over her family's home. She overheard the U.S. troops' plans to ambush the British. Laura took it upon herself to warn the : Grass Roots Press.

Born in Massachusetts, Laura came to Upper Canada at the age of 18 and married James Secord. Their happy life in Queenston was disrupted by the outbreak of the War of At first the war went well for the British, but after General Brock was killed at Queenston, American forces advanced, and some offices were billeted with the Secords/5.

Like most people in the Northeast, Laura Secord had family and friends on both sides of the war. Her father had fought with the colonists against the British in the American Revolution, but after the war moved to the Upper Canada. Once there, she met James Secord and they married in. Rev. Bryce was the guest of the Canadian Club at their luncheon yesterday afternoon, and delivered an address on the gallant deed of Laura Secord, the heroine of A personal touch, as Professor Osborne, the chairman, remarked, was lent to the occasion by the presence at the luncheon of Mrs.

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The Laura Secord Canadian Cook Book book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Canadian cuisine is recognized the world over as /5. On June 21st,Laura Secord awoke to find her small village, Queenston, Upper Canada, surrounded and taken over by invading Americans.

She overheard the planning of a surprise attack on the British, under the command of Lieut. Fitzgibbons, at Dew Cew Falls, some 20 miles to the west of Queenstown. Laura Secord was born [ ]Author: Bruce Ricketts.

Laura Secord never thought of herself as brave. She was gentle, shy, and soft spoken. But Laura was brave, and Janet Lunn tells her compelling story. A war between Great Britain and the United States was raging.

The American political leaders were sure they would win the war. “It will be a mere matter of marching,” they said. For two years, from the summer of to the winter of   Laura’s father succumbed to the lure of cheap land in Upper Canada and moved his family across the border.

Laura helped to raise her many brothers and sisters following their mother’s death. Laura met her future husband, James Secord, at her father’s tavern in Queenston. Laura and James worked hard together and prospered. In his book, Flames Across the Border, Pierre Berton described the incident this way: "Laura's story will be used to underline the growing myth that the War of was won by true-blue Canadians—in this case a brave Loyalist housewife who single-handedly saved the British Army from defeat" For more about Laura Ingersoll Secord.

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