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Charles-Michel d'Irumberry Memorial Statue

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Municipality/Province: Chambly, QC

Memorial Number: 24013-003

Type: Statue - bronze

Address: 1 Mairie Square

Location: In front of the Chambly City Hall

GPS Coordinates: Lat: 45.4488989   Long: -73.2908506

Submitted By: Jacinthe Choinière; Germaine Lalonde

This memorial, sculpted by Louis-Philippe Hébert and unveiled in 1881 par Dr. M.D.S. Martel and Mr. J.O. Dion, is an expression of gratitude towards Charles-Michel d'Irumberry de Salaberry, who so heroically defended the Canadian territory during the Battle of Châteauguay, in 1813.

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Inscription found on memorial

[front/devant]

LA PATRIE A DE SALABERRY LE HEROS DE CHATEAUGUAY
26 OCTOBRE 1813

[left side/côté gauche]

CHRISLER'S FARM

[right side/côté droit]

LACOLLE




[rear/arrière]

INAUGURE LE 7 JUIN 1881

DR M.D.S. MARTEL
PRESIDENT
J.O. DION
SEC. ET PROMOTEUR

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