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MacLean's Corps

MacLean's Corps

MACLEAN'S CORPS. MacLean's Corps is another name for the Provincial Regiment, officially the Royal Highland Emigrants, raised in Canada in 1775 by Lieutenant Colonel Allan MacLean. They were recruited from among Highland veterans of the French and Indian War.

SEE ALSO MacLean, Allan.

                         revised by Harold E. Selesky

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