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The outcome of the Battle of Batoche which took place in May 1985 was never in doubt, and on 15 May a disheveled Riel surrendered to Canadian forces. Although Big Bear's forces managed to hold out until the Battle of Loon Lake on 3 June, the rebellion was a dismal failure for Métis and Indian alike, with most surrendering or fleeing.

Thematic Guide - Louis Riel, the Red River Rebellion and the North West Campaign - Library and Archives Canada

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Church, rectory and cemetery of Saint Antoine de Padoue in Batoche

The Saint Antoine de Padoue Roman Catholic cemetery and church are part of the national historic site at Batoche, SK.

Bell of Batoche

Bell of Batoche may not be from Batoche after all

Ring the alarm: Legendary bell precious to Métis nation is missing — again - NewsWinnipeg.

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Batoche, Saskatchewan was the site of the historic Battle of Batoche during the Northwest Rebellion of The battle resulted in the defeat of Louis Riel and his Métis forces by Major General Frederick Middleton and his Northwest Field Force.

Batoche, Saskatchewan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Batoche Battle Field 1885 - Battle of Batoche - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Batoche, Saskatchewan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Batoche, Saskatchewan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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old frontiersman with winchester rifle circa courtesy of historic fine art

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