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George Y. Clement fonds.
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- Clement, George Y.
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George Y. Clement was a lawyer in Wallaceburg, Ontario in 1965. His grandfather, George H. Young, was involved in the two Riel rebellions and the western Fenian invasions. Young, at the age of 18, was a clerk in the Hudson Bay store in Fort Garry in 1869-1870. His father was the local minister.
This fonds was donated to Trent University Library by George Y. Clement in 1965 and was forwarded to the Archives in 1999.
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This fonds consists of four typed manuscripts written by George H. Young for his children in . The titles of the manuscripts are as follows: "Historical Paper No. 1. Notes of 1869-70. The Red River Settlement at times spoken of as Fort Garry" (33 pages); "Historical Paper No. 2. The Fenian Raid of October 1871 into Manitoba" (21 pages); "Historical Paper No. 3. Being the first paper of the rebellion of 1885" (22 pages); "Historical Paper No. 4. Re. The half breed and Indian insurrection of 1885" (22 pages). There are references throughout to Louis Riel.
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This fonds was donated by George Y. Clement.
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A letter written by George H. Young in 1913 found at the end of the first manuscript specifies that "the paper is not for publication, nor to be loaned".