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Lindsay Brindley
(Master of Arts) Curriculum and Instruction

Adjunct Professor, LSSU

Grant Leader, LSSU Department of Education

Curriculum Consultant, EUPISD

"Brady is a man of unassuming manner, and modest worth, and is quite beloved by all his officers, among whom the greatest harmony and the best understanding prevails."
- Sault Ste. Marie and its Great Waterway


  • Brady enlisted in the US Infantry in 1792 and first served with General Wayne in the campaign of 1792-95 against the northwest Indians.
  • He was promoted to the rank of captain on January 8, 1799.
  • In January 15, 1800 Brady was honorably discharged to retire to civil life. He remained inactive until the outbreak of the War of 1812 when he enlisted in the United States Army. He reentered the army with the rank of colonel. In the Battle of Lundy's Lane he was wounded so severely he was kept from active duty for the remainder of the war.
  • Following the War of 1812 Brady was stationed at Sacketts Harbor as colonel of the Second Infantry. He led his troops from Sacketts Harbor to the Sault three years later to establish a US garrison there. Upon arrival he was promoted to Brigadier General and built a fort with his crew of 250 men.
  • Many years later he was given command of the Northwestern Department of the Army with headquarters in Detroit. On May 30, 1848 he was promoted to the rank of Major General. He died three years later on April 15, 1851 from a fractured skull.
  • Brady fractured his skull while riding in his carriage. His horse ran away and he was thrown to the ground, hitting his skull upon a rock. He died after struggling for five days.
  • History records Brady's funeral as the most imposing military funeral the city of Detroit had ever witnessed

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Jessica Hirt
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"One of my favorite things about LSSU is its size. The classrooms, especially as you get to the upper levels, get smaller, so you not only have a chance to discuss your ideas in an honest, supportive manner, but you also get to know your professors and classmates. The upper level courses really allow you to focus on what you love, and the small class size allows you to have time to share and to discuss your ideas."

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