Michel Bibaud

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Michel Bibaud (19 January 1782 – 3 August 1857) was a writer and educator in Montreal.

Bibaud was the founder and editor of La Bibliothèque canadienne with the close assistance of Joseph-Marie Bellenger. His body of work was diverse and large. The historical content has importance to the events of the time.

Bibaud is credited with the first book written in verse by a Canadian. It was entitled Épîtres, Satires, Chansons, Épigrammes et Autres Pièces de vers and was published in 1830. His son, François-Maximilien, became a widely published writer on diverse topics concerning law and judicial matters.

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