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CANADA: A People's History Crosswords
"Rebellion and Reform" (Episode #7)

by Kelly Ann Buchanan

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Across

1. * Beginning in the 1820s, discontented Canadiens and other inhabitants of Upper and Lower Canada began to talk of it more and more, with "Self"
5. Dutch cheese
9. Pawn
13. Whole thing
14. * In the 1830s, the ___ had all of the advantages in Canada
15. Vow once likely made by Canadian comic Mr. Aykroyd to his wife-to-be, Ms. Dixon: "___, take you Donna..." (2 words)
16. * Valley where Villagers sought Victory over their Vanquishers
18. Broker
19. He (Initials) co-starred in "Pretty Woman" (1990)
20. * On December 4th, 1837, it was planned at Montgomery Tavern: ___ Toronto (2 words)
22. * 1837 battle of mid-Nov. (2 words)
27. Before this
29. Maize
30. Latin for "between ourselves": Inter ___
32. "Iron" in French
33. * Where Joseph Howe (b.1804 - d.1873) was the editor of a radical newspaper, for short
34. River of central Missouri
36. Strong cord
38. More venturous, without the "kier"
40. * In 1837, four thousand demonstrators gathered here to listen to a speech given by Peter McGill, the President of the Bank of Montréal (3 words)
44. Stocking Shade, minus the "ge"
45. Canadian actor Thicke
46. * #54A to #14D: Father-___-___
48. Satellite of Jupiter
49. Segment of Speech, smallily
51. Intentionally so written
53. Sea Swallow
54. * His report of 1839 proposed the union of Upper and Lower Canada
56. * See #25D
58. * Consequences of the Cholera that Consumed Canada
61. Presley to Pals
62. Sounds to Stop Stallions
63. * Louis-Joseph Papineau (b.1786 - d.1871) led them
69. Save, minus the "ue"
70. Relating to the eye
71. * In the years after 1820, it began to replace fur as Canada's chief export
72. French designer and illustrator who was born in St. Petersburg as Romain de Tirtoff, in 1892
73. * He coined the expression "Family Compact" to disparage those who dominated bureaucratic positions and the judiciary of Upper Canada: William ___ Mackenzie (b.1795 - d.1861)
74. Anderson the Actress

Down

1. Robot play
2. Prefix to "cycle"
3. It'll turn "orice" into a yummy treat
4. Ordinal ending
5. Teacher of Samuel
6. Carpe Completer
7. Polynesian god
8. Early song by The Beatles: "Love ___ Do"
9. * In the mid-1830s, Seigneurs demanded them from the Tenant Farmers of Canada's countryside (2 words)
10. Theatre of ancient Greece
11. * They were used during the Rebellions of 1837
12. Medieval gentleman-soldier (abbr.)
14. * In 1849, this Governor-General sanctioned the unpopular Rebellion Losses Bill
17. Sea eagle (var. sp.)
18. Square measure
21. Be about
22. * One of the toughest regiments of the English army, with "Royal"
23. Opera by Puccini, minus the "ca"
24. Hanging cloth
25. * In Lower Canada, in 1837, where poverty was widespread, Alexis de Tocqueville wrote: "It is easy to see that the French are a defeated people... The rich #56A are almost all made up of the ___." (2 words)
26. * Wolfred Nelson was a forty-five year old doctor from where?
28. He (Initials) wrote "Cymbeline" circa 1609
31. Diner Drinks
35. Shopping Catalogue abbreviation seen next to a price
37. Feeling of Fear
39. * In the early 1800s, many from here immigrated to Canada: British ___
41. Stills
42. Scale Syllable
43. Has
44. * One of the #63A: Jean-Philippe ___-Belleville
47. Song by Queen: "We ___ the Champions"
48. Part of the Psyche
50. Barks in a high-pitched tone
52. Employee of an Office or Store, in Québec
55. Fowl perch
57. MacGraw of Movies
59. Spirited, without the "P"
60. Prime Minister of Japan from 1964 to 1972: ___ Eisaku
62. Cause to happen, minus the "ak"
64. Can
65. Word with Snowy
66. As well
67. Longest division of geological time
68. American program (also known as Star Wars) announced in 1983 by Pres. Reagan
70. Suffix to "Glycer"

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