Season 2, Episode 3: Edmund Bailey O’Callaghan

Edmund Bailey O’Callaghan, M.D., L.L.D/Bross. – Courtesy of US National Library of Medicine, Portrait No. 5079, 101424502, n.d.

Archives of Ontario, F 37, Mackenzie-Lindsey Fonds, a memorandum in William Lyon Mackenzie’s handwriting regarding Dr Wolfred Nelson, Dr O’Callaghan, and L. J. Papineau at St. Denis, n.d.

La Minerve

The Vindicator

Robert Charles Daley, “Edmund Bailey O’Callaghan: Irish patriote,” (PhD diss., Concordia University, 1986).

Allan Greer, “1837-1838: Rebellion Reconsidered,” The Canadian Historical Review, Volume 76, Number 1 (March 1995), 1-18.

Allan Greer, The Patriots and the People: The Rebellion of 1837 in Rural Lower Canada (1993)

Kevin James, “Dynamics of Ethnic Associational Culture in a Nineteenth-Century City: Saint Patrick’s Society of Montreal, 1834-56,” Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 26, no. 1 (2001): 47-66.

Jane G. V. McGaughey, Violent Loyalties: Manliness, Migration, and the Irish in the Canadas, 1798-1841 (2020)

Jacques Monet, “O’CALLAGHAN, EDMUND BAILEY,” in Dictionary of Canadian Biography, vol. 10, University of Toronto/Université Laval, 2003–

Mathieu Rompré, ‘Trois leaders irlandais au Bas-Canada,’ Cap-aux-Diamants: La revue d’histoire du Québec 88 (2007): 16-19.

Joseph Schull, Rebellion: The Rising in French Canada 1837 (1971)

Portrait of Daniel O’Connell by J.P. Haverty R.H.A. from Derrynane House, Co. Kerry, Ireland
“Love’s Device.” John O’Hea, The Weekly Freeman, 1885
Daniel Tracey, BAnQ P1000, S4, D83, PT59
Louis-Joseph Papineau, LAC/MIKAN 2895718
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