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 The Canadian Encyclopedia
The eldest of 8 children, Louis-Joseph Papineau was born in Montreal in 1786.
Papineau was neither the first nor the last leader to lose control of what he had set in motion.
While Papineau was the most articulate and powerful spokesman for his party and his people, his message was a tangled skein of conflicting ideas.
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 Louis Joseph Papineau
PAPINEAU, Louis Joseph, Canadian agitator, born in Montreal in October, 1789; died in Montebello, Quebec, 23 September, 1871 His father, a Montreal notary, was long a member of the legislative assembly of Lower Canada.
As Papineau was held to be mainly responsible for the uprising of the French Canadians, a warrant was issued on 16 November for his arrest, which he evaded by escaping to the Richelieu river, where the insurgents were prepared to rise at the bidding of their chiefs.
As Papineau was held to be mainly responsible for the uprising of the French Canadians, a warrant was issued on 16 November for his arrest, which he evaded by escaping to Richelieu river, where the insurgents were prepare, 1 to rise at the bidding of their chiefs.
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 Papineau, Louis-Joseph
Papineau, Louis-Joseph, lawyer, seigneur, politician (b at Montréal 7 Oct 1786; d at Montebello, Qué 25 Sept 1871), the son of Joseph Papineau, a seigneur and moderate liberal member of the Assembly.
Papineau and a small committee put forward their demands in the "Ninety-Two Resolutions," which demanded control of revenues by the legislature, for responsibility of the executive and for election of the council.
Papineau was granted amnesty in 1844 and returned from exile to his seigneury in 1845.
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 Papineau, Louis-Joseph
Papineau considered the economic plans of the English merchants to be a threat to the way of life of the French Canadians.
Papineau's father was a seigneur and a member of the Assembly of Lower Canada [Quebec].
Papineau's role in the rebellion is a source of controversy in Canadian history.
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 19th Century Conflict and Change in Canada - Louis Joseph Papineau
Louis - Joseph Papineau was born in 1786 in the town of Montreal, and died in Montebello in 1871 at the age of 85.
Papineau was elected to the Assembly in 1848, the same year that Upper and Lower Canada united.
Papineau became the leader of the Parti Canadien, then after 1826, it was called to the Parti Partiote.
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 Louis-Joseph Papineau - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Louis-Joseph Papineau, along with John Molson and Horatio Gates, served as the first Vice-Presidents of the Montreal Mechanics Institute.
His father was Joseph Papineau, also a famous politician in Quebec.
Papineau was elected Speaker of the Legislative Assembly on January 21, 1815.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Louis-Joseph_Papineau   (744 words)

(1786-1871), Canadian rebel and politician, son of Joseph Papineau, royal notary and member of the house of Assembly of Lower Canada, was born at Montreal on the 7th of October 1786.
In November preparations were made for a general stampede at Montreal, and on the 7th of the month Papineaus house was sacked and a fight took place between the constitutionals and the sons of liberty.
Towards the middle of November Colonel Gore was commanded to effect the arrest of Papineau and his principal adherents on a charge of high treason.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /P/PA/PAPINEAU_LOUIS_JOSEPH.htm   (1027 words)

 Louis Joseph Papineau
Papineau, was born in Montreal in 1786, and died in 1871.
Papineau fled to the United States to avoid arrest and later moved to Paris.
Papineau's group, called "The Patriotes", tried to lessen the Council's influence.
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 Louis-Joseph Papineau Biography / Biography of Louis-Joseph Papineau Biography
Louis-Joseph Papineau was born on Oct. 7, 1786, in Montreal.
Papineau quickly became the recognized leader of the patriotes, the French-Canadian reformers, and his political strength was such that in 1820 the governor, Lord Dalhousie, sought to gain his support by offering Papineau a seat on the Executive Council.
Papineau continued to agitate during the 1830s for various reform measures, including Assembly control of crown revenues and an elective legislative council.
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 Papineau Family lines
Francois Papineau, son of Francois Papineau and Marie-Louise Hebert, was a farmer in the St. Isidore Laprairie area.
Pierre Papineau and Marie-Josephte Vinceletter were married at Chambly on 10 June 1782.
Louis-Joseph was elected to the Legislative Assembly in 1808 and in 1815 became its speaker.
www.uwgb.edu /wisfrench/family/history/papineau/papineau.htm   (2925 words)

 Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online
Louis-Joseph Papineau was born at a time when the values attached to the monarchy and nobility still exercised a potent attraction, and when the acquisition of a seigneury remained a mark of social advancement.
Thus, in the 1831 session, Papineau strongly supported the “notables bill” introduced by Louis Bourdages, which proposed to allow almost all the inhabitants of a parish to share in the administration of the parish council.
Papineau came to the point where he pictured the English business bourgeoisie as an aristocracy of wealth, and therefore an artificial one, which was aspiring to reinstitute in Canada a society founded on inequality.
www.biographi.ca /EN/ShowBio.asp?BioId=39325   (9007 words)

 MSN Encarta - Search Results - Louis Joseph Papineau
Papineau, Louis Joseph (1786-1871), early leader of the French-speaking patriotes of Québec and one of the principal instigators of the rebellion of...
He was born Joseph Louis Barrow near Lafayette, Alabama.
Louis won his first professional contest by a...
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 Horton Journal of Canadian History
Louis Joseph Papineau moved to Paris in 1939 and four years later was granted an amnesty allowing him to return to Canada.
As an advocate for the interests of the Canadien of Lower Canada, Louis Joseph Papineau was able to secure the presence of the Canadien, both culturally and politically, in the colony.
Papineau, a member of the Assembly and Speaker of the House, put forth a proposal, which asked for the establishment of an elected Legislative Council he hoped this council would appeal to the interests of the French-Canadien.
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 Louis-Joseph Papineau - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Louis-Joseph Papineau, along with John Molson and Horatio Gates, served as the first Vice-Presidents of the Montreal Mechanics Institute.
His father was Joseph Papineau, also a famous politician in Quebec.
Papineau was elected Speaker of the Legislative Assembly on January 21, 1815.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Louis-Joseph_Papineau   (744 words)

 Parks Canada - Manoir-Papineau National Historic site of Canada - A Chronology of the Life of Louis-Joseph Papineau
Louis-Joseph Papineau purchases the seigneury of La Petite-Nation from his father.
Louis-Joseph Papineau marries Julie Bruneau, the daughter of Pierre Bruneau, a merchant and member of the House for Québec.
Papineau is replaced as leader of the French Canadian reformers by Louis-Hippolyte La Fontaine, and was taxed with being politically unrealistic.
www.pc.gc.ca /lhn-nhs/qc/papineau/natcul/natcul1a_E.asp   (956 words)

 BootsnAll.com - Maison Papineau: Louis-Joseph Papineau
One of the great French Canadian nationalists was Louis-Joseph Papineau who was born in Montréal on the 7th of October, 1786 and died on the 25th of September, 1871 at the age of 85.
In 1809, after the death of Col. Campbell, his widow sold the house to Joseph Papineu, son of the original owner and father of Louis-Joseph Papineau.
Louis-Joseph Papineau was a very important politician and member of the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada, as Quebec was known prior to Confederation.
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 Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online
Papineau was brought up a Protestant and he was educated at the High School of Montreal and at McGill Universitet he described himself as a “French Canadian” and his boyhood at Montebello, in the Papineau family’s seigneury of Petite-Nation, instilled in him an attachment to the Quebec landscape that was close to metaphysical.
Papineau’s last recorded words before going over the top, spoken to Major Hugh Wilderspin Niven, were “You know, Hughie, this is suicide.” He was hit by a shell as he left the trench.
To Papineau’s anger, the principal voice opposed to the war was that of his cousin Bourassa.
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 MSN Encarta - Multimedia - Louis Joseph Papineau
Louis Joseph Papineau, as head of the Patriote Party in Lower Canada’s assembly, worked for greater self-rule.
MSN Encarta - Multimedia - Louis Joseph Papineau
He fled Canada to escape capture but was given amnesty in 1845 and returned to serve again in the legislature.
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 Heritage Perspectives:How Papineau Township got its name
When Papineau was given amnesty he returned and immediately went back into politics, giving the moderate leader Louis H. Lafontaine a very hard time, and eventually driving him out of office.
Papineau Township (since 1992 Papineau-Cameron) touches the Mattawa and Ottawa Rivers and the town of Mattawa on its northern boundary.
Papineau's Seigneury manor house eventually became the elite Seigneury Club and the beautiful log Chateau Montebello Resort was built next door in 1930.
www.pastforward.ca /perspectives/march_282003.htm   (818 words)

 Louis-Joseph Papineau Info - Bored Net - Boredom
Louis-Joseph Papineau (1786-1871) was a Lower Canadian lawyer, seigneur, and politician.
Papineau fled to the US and then to France, where he remained until pardoned in 1844.
Both his revolt and the simultaneous revolt in Upper Canada of William Lyon Mackenzie were quelled, and several of the Patriotes were executed, but the revolts led to Lord Durham's report (1839), which recommended responsible government and the merger of the Canadas.
www.borednet.com /e/n/encyclopedia/l/lo/louis_joseph_papineau.html   (198 words)

 Who's Who - Passchendaele
Talbot Papineau was born into a privileged and famous family (his grandfather was Louis-Joseph Papineau, leader of the patriote rebels in 1837), and was a 31-year-old Montreal lawyer when war broke.
Papineau also knew that he needed to rejoin the regiment and be involved in one more big battle, in order to be successful in politics after the war.
Papineau rejoined the Princess Patricia's for the Battle at Passchendaele, well aware that death was the likely result.
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Joseph have been very active all automn 1838 at activity of the patriots, mostly in October and November.
One day, in the automn 1838, as Joseph was attending to a patriot meeting at Les Cèdres, a man from Sainte-Scolastique summons him saying:"Take care Joseph LEROUX, you could loose your blood and in future become as poor as us," This summons did not slow down the eagerness of this brave inhabitant.
In 1763, Parish treaty sign by Louis XV bring the seven years war between France and England to a close.
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 Ottawa-Gatineau Nearby Communities and Attractions: Montebello, Quebec
Louis-Joseph Papineau was born in 1786, the son of a Montreal notary and politician.
This understated stone chapel was built by Louis-Joseph Papineau in 1855, is where the former leader of Lower Canada is buried with his wife, his father, and several of their descendants.
Inside the chapel are a number of religious artifacts, plus the flag used by Papineau in the 1837 rebellion.
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 Monday, June 20, 1994 -- PRIVATE MEMBERS' BUSINESS (089)
I refer, of course, to the resolution of May 29, 1992, passed unanimously in this House, recognizing Louis Riel as one of the founders of Manitoba and of the Canadian Confederation.
The famous assembly of the six constituencies, in which Papineau participated, took place in Saint-Charles on October 23 and 24, 1837, bringing together 6,000 persons, including 12 MPs and one legislative advisor.
Joseph Howe, it must be admitted, doubted that Confederation would work.
www.parl.gc.ca /francais/hansard/previous/089_94-06-20/089PB1E.html   (7582 words)

 Hart & Papineau - Intermediate
This lesson is based on viewing the Historica Minute, "Hart & Papineau." Under the tenure of Louis-Joseph Papineau, the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada passed a bill in 1832 that ultimately guaranteed full rights to people practicing the Jewish faith.
Years pass; it is 1832, and Louis-Joseph Papineau, now the Speaker of the Assembly, proclaims a new law, which gives democratic rights to Jews.
But Joseph Papineau, another Member, protests that Hart, as a Jew, cannot take the oath on the Christian Bible and, therefore, cannot sit as a Member.
www.histori.ca /minutes/language.do?lang=en&target=/lp.do?id=10647   (604 words)

 The Heritage Canada Foundation - Featured Heritage Buildings
Louis-Joseph Papineau, lawyer, seigneur and a liberal member of the Assembly of Lower Canada for more than 25 years, is an important political figure in the history of French Canada.
It is not far from the manor house of Louis-Joseph Papineau and was built by Papineau following the death of his son Gustave in 1851.
A bust of the elder Papineau by Napoléon Bourassa made from the funeral mask of the deceased is one of the interesting objects found in the chapel.
www.heritagecanada.org /eng/featured/current.html   (975 words)

 Montebello, Quebec - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Later, Louis-Joseph Papineau built the Manor of Montebello which is preserved by Parks Canada as the Manoir Papineau National Historic Site.
Non-native settlement of the area began in the early 19th century when land was purchased by the family of Louis-Joseph Papineau.
Montebello is a municipality located in the Papineau Regional County Municipality of Western Quebec (Canada).
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 Quebec City Mural - 1 more Quebec City Info Site
Louis-Joseph Papineau (1786-1871) was trained as a lawyer and was an influencial politician.
Louis Jolliet was also an organist, a merchant, a cartographer and a professor at the Collège des Jésuites.
Louis de Buade, comte de Frontenac et de Palluau was twice appointed Governor-General of New France.
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 Louis-Joseph Papineau - Canadian Confederation
In 1836, warrants were issued for the arrest of Louis-Joseph Papineau and the other main leaders of the Patriot movement.
With his forceful interventions in the House and his popularity as a powerful speaker, Louis-Joseph Papineau became the champion of the nationalist movement.
When he returned to the colony, Papineau was granted amnesty thanks to the influence of Louis-Hippolyte La Fontaine.
www.collectionscanada.ca /confederation/023001-2089-e.html   (264 words)

 The Papineau Family Tree
Are you, or was one of your ancestors, a Papineau:
I have traced my Papineau ancestors back to the early 1600's and we are not a direct descendants of the man normally credited with bringing the Papineau surname to North America (Samuel Papineau).
When contacted by people who have a Papineau in there family tree, I always invite them to share what they have with me. I have included their information in my database, assuming that I will one day find my link to them.
www.papineaufamily.com /familytree.htm   (784 words)

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