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Who were the First Nations people living by Lake Huron?

What was started to protest the signing of the Rebellion Losses Bill in the Parliament Buildings in Montreal?

What is a colony that is governed directly by a king or queen in another country?

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    #1 Ojibwe

    #2 <<Montreal's English population was incensed. Governor General Lord Elgin's carriage was pelted with stones and rotten eggs, and by the evening a riot had developed which would last for two days and involve thousands of people.>> This is a quote from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rebellion_Losses_Bill

    #3 There have been hundreds during 15th through 20th centuries, including the present United States. Today, Bermuda is a rare remaining example.

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