1869 Louis Riel Leads 1st Rebellion

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Children's stories about Louis Riel, a Canadian politician, a founder of the province of Manitoba, and a political leader of the Métis people of the Canadian prairies.

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Hands-On Canadian History: Louis Riel and the Metis - - The Metis people are the founding people of Manitoba, and their culture is a fascinating mix of European and Native traditions - like fiddling and jigging. American History Lessons, World History Lessons, History For Kids, Canadian History, History Projects, History Classroom Decorations, World History Classroom, History Teachers, Canadian Social Studies

Hands-On Canadian History: Louis Riel and the Metis

The Metis people are the founding people of Manitoba, and their culture is a fascinating mix of European and Native traditions - like fiddling and jigging.

March 1885 – Louis Riel declares a Provisional Government in Saskatchewan, beginning the North-West Rebellion in Canada. Government Of Canada, Premier Ministre, Western Canada, Canadian History, Red River, American Indians, Native American, First Nations, My People

Louis Riel

Louis Riel, Métis leader, founder of Manitoba, central figure in the Red River and North-West resistances (born 22 October 1844 in Saint-Boniface, Red River Settlement; died 16 November 1885 in Regina, SK).

Canadian History for Kids: Louis Riel Canadian Prairies, Government Of Canada, Fur Trade, History For Kids, Canadian History, Political Leaders, Teaching Tips, Gold Stars, First Nations

Canadian History for Kids: Louis Riel

Canadian History for Kids! Sketches of Canada for November 16th - Louis Riel!

Warning: This video contains mature subject matter. Viewer discretion is advised. The Métis leader recalls his struggle for his people in the moments before . Native Canadian, Canadian History, Canadian Prairies, Government Of Canada, Western Canada, Political Leaders, Teaching History, School Lessons, Art Activities

Heritage Minutes: Louis Riel

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Louis Riel, Metis leader of the Red River Rebellion and Northwest Rebellion in Manitoba and Saskatchewan in the late He was exiled from Canada and still managed to find time to help found the province of Manitoba. Also, he was convicted of treason a John Kennedy, Banff, Red River Rebellion, British Columbia, San Antonio, Wilfrid Laurier, Canadian Prairies, Canadian History, Native Canadian

Louis Riel – Martyr, Hero or Traitor?

Louis Riel was branded a traitor to Canada – but he was no traitor. He was a patriot who stood up for his people and his beliefs.

The North-West Resistance by Christina Dendy, 32 pgs. in PRL Political Leaders, Politics, Good Books, My Books, Canadian Prairies, Government Of Canada, The Province, First Nations, Reading Lists

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Graphic Historical Novels The Northwest Resistance. (2012). Weigl Educational Publishers Limited. Bringing Home the Constitution. (2011). Weigl Educational Publishers Limited. The Underground Railr…