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Franco-American History and The Lachine Massacre

Franco-American History and the Lachine Massacre

An excerpt from Here To Stay, a historical memoir by Denis Ledoux.

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In the evening of August 4, 1689, the night of the Lachine massacre, a violent rainstorm hovered above the Saint Lawrence and the Island of Montreal. Lightning flashed repeatedly across the sky and deafening thunder resounded above the seventy-seven houses of the community of Lachine. As the Canadiens slept in their isolated farms, fifteen hundred Iroquois stepped ashore, undetected by the sentries who had sought shelter against the fierce storm. Hidden by the night, warriors fanned out in small bands and readied themselves to attack isolated farmhouses.

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One Response to Franco-American History and The Lachine Massacre

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    Nick May 7, 2014 at 12:23 PM #

    I didn’t know anything about this history. I guess American don’t know much about what happens beyond our borders. That’s one thing I like about your blog that it’s always telling mem something new. Good work, guys.