Richard Pierpoint: traded as a slave, then won freedom. Fought as a Ranger, then established the Coloured Corps. Assisted the underground railroad, became a legend.
Laura Secord’s heroic actions during the War of 1812 earned her a place among Canada’s most celebrated heroines.
The Battle of the Plains of Abraham lasted only 30 minutes but marked a pivotal moment between Great Britain and France in their competition for colonial dominance in Canada.
“As the British forces gradually advanced with volley after volley, the American troops had little choice but to surrender.”
The story of John McCrae before writing the famous poem: In Flanders Fields.
The story of William Hall, the first black man and the first Canadian sailor to receive the Victoria Cross.