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Ambroise Dydime Lepine, Metis leader during Red River rebellion. [ca. 1880s] Date: [ca. 1880s]
Marie-Anne Lagimodière (née Gaboury) (1780 – 1875) was a French-Canadian woman noted as both the grandmother of Louis Riel, and as the first woman of European descent to travel to and settle in what is now Western Canada. She is sometimes remembered as the "Grandmother of the Red River", and many of the Métis people of the Canadian Prairies can trace their ancestry to her.
Metis Provisional Government Council By May 2nd, 1880 - The historical founders of what is now the province of Manitoba. Louis Riel is right in the centre.
Blood Red the Sun [The War Trail of Big Bear]
In the 1920s Cameron published a novel, The War Trail of Big Bear, which told the story of his captivity at the hands of Big Bear’s Renegades in the spring of 1885 after the Frog Lake Massacre. In the mid-1940s, Cameron revised The War Trail of Big Bear and had it republished under a new name, Blood Red the Sun, his family later attempting to have a further edition published in the 1970s.