Canadian General Service Medal 1866 w/ Fenian Raid Bar

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You are viewing the scans for a full size Canadian General Service Medal, 1870 dated, with a Fenian Raid Bar. Issued near the end of the conflict. This one is named to one Pte J. Dion Que Prov Bn... Made of silver and still in good condition. Has a correct ribbon mounted on a swivel bale. 

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The Fenian Raids of the 1860's were carried out by Irish Catholic Americans who attacked the primarily protestant (Methodist) "Canadian" colonies of Great Britain (movie called "Gangs of New York). These raids were mostly post US Civil War and were politically motivated. This belligerency was one of the main causes for the BNA act and the unification of the colonies into what became known as "Canada" . The original purpose of the Colonial Union that became "Canada" was for common defense, national infrastructure (the CNR & CPR rail lines), and for trade between the provinces. Today the Ottawa Government has moved very far afield from those original limited responsibilities. Even our income tax laws are unconstitutional from a certain standpoint.