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Red river rebellion

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Ambroise Dydime Lepine, Metis leader during first Red River rebellion, 1869 - Native American Print, Native American Photos, American Spirit, Native American History, Native American Indians, Red River Rebellion, 1800s Photography, Native Place, Indian Pictures

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Ambroise Dydime Lepine, Metis leader during Red River rebellion. [ca. 1880s] Date: [ca. 1880s]

Marie-Anne Lagimodière (née Gaboury) – was a French-Canadian woman… Canadian History, Native American History, Native Canadian, Quotes For Kids, Quotes Children, Canadian Prairies, Women In History, Family History, Western Canada

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 1880 - The historical founders of what is now the province of Manitoba. Louis Riel is right in the centre. Canadian History, Native American History, Indigenous People Of Canada, Government Of Canada, Fur Trade, America And Canada, Red River, History Facts, First Nations

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.

The Riel Rebellion: The Battle of Batoche 1885 ~ Gabriel Dumont Canadian French, Canadian Army, Canadian History, Red River Rebellion, Indigenous Education, Residential Schools, Western Canada, British Men, Forts

The Riel Rebellion: The Battle of Batoche 1885

The Riel Rebellion: The Battle of Batoche 1885 ~ Gabriel Dumont

"William McKay, Hudson’s Bay Company" from Cameron's "Blood Red the Sun. Red River Rebellion, American Indians, Native American, Big Bear, Western Art, First Nations, Wild West, Genealogy, Westerns

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.

Gabriel Dumont is best known as the man who led the small Métis military forces during the Northwest Resistance of He was born in the Red River area in the son of Isidore Dumont, a Métis hunter, and Louise Laframboise. Native Canadian, Canadian History, Red River Rebellion, Navajo, Gabriel, Government Of Canada, Le Far West, Mountain Man, Old West

My hero Gabriel Dumont. He features prominently in my book, as does Riel. They were fascinating characters.