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From The Gleaner Archives July 13, 2022

150 years ago Thursday, July 18, 1872 In the distance can be seen the winding green-banked Chateauguay River, beautiful in its summer sleep of calm placidity, but a terror to those who reside on its margin, when the spring floods swell its waters to a wild fury that sweeps everything...

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