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The Monteregian Hills is a linear chain of isolated hills in Montreal and Montérégie, between the Laurentians and the Appalachians.
The first definition of the Monteregian Hills came about in 1903 when Montreal geologist Frank Dawson Adams began referring to Mount Royal and hills of similar geology in the Saint Lawrence Lowlands as the "Royal Mountains" . Other hills in the chain included Mont Saint-Bruno, Mont Saint-Hilaire, Mont Saint-Grégoire, Mont Rougemont, Mont Yamaska, Mont Shefford, and Mont Brome.

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