Colonel Anthony van Egmond by G. H. Needler
The book Colonel Anthony van Egmond: From Napoleon and Waterloo to Mackenzie and Rebellion by G. H. Needler (1866–1962) was published in 1956. It discusses the life of Anthony van Egmond, who was a Colonel in the Dutch armies during the Napoleonic wars, an early settler in the Huron Tract, but who died in disgrace after engaging in rebellion in 1837.
- Title Page
- Copyright Page
- Chapter 1: Historical Background
- Chapter 2: Anthony van Egmond With and Against Napoleon
- Chapter 3: To Pennsylvania and Upper Canada
- Chapter 4: First Wheat in the Huron Tract
- Chapter 5: Colonel van Egmond and Sir John Colborne
- Chapter 6: Van Egmond "Father of the Huron Tract"
- Chapter 7: Campaign Against the Canada Company
- Chapter 8: In Touch With William Lyon Mackenzie
- Chapter 10: The Tragic End of a Worthy Citizen (Note: There is no chapter 9)