Lt. Col. John Clark Papers, 1838-1851 [photocopy]
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The fonds includes correspondence, reports, and accounts related to the activities of the 5th Regiment, Lincoln Militia. It also includes the personal recollection of Lt. Col. John Clark’s experiences at the Battle of Queenston Heights, October 1812 and the 1838 rebellion. At the news of insurrection in Toronto, Lt. Col. Clark lead a group of men ready and willing to protect their country. After an aborted attempt to cross Lake Ontario by ship during severe weather, the troops were requested to return home, but to stand ready should their services be required.
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