Métis people (Canada): Councillors of the Metis Provisional government, 1870.   (Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

First Metis provisional government that fought for Metis culture and Metis people, center is Louis Riel, first Metis political leader, circa 1870

Riel, Louis and the Provisional Government  Riel's (centre), first provisional government, 1869 (courtesy Glenbow Archives/NA-1039-1).

Red River Rebellion - Louis Riel and the Provisional Government 1869 (courtesy Glenbow The Canadian Encyclopedia

On January 9 many prisoners escaped from the prison at Fort Garry, including Charles Mair, Thomas Scott and ten others. Red River Rebellion --Scott was executed by a firing squad on March 4, 1870. Historians have debated Riel's motivations for allowing the execution, as they consider it his one great political blunder. His own justification was that he felt it necessary to demonstrate to the Canadians that the Métis must be taken seriously

The Red River Rebellion was a way for the Aboriginals to start gaining some…

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

Ambroise Dydime Lepine, Metis leader during first Red River rebellion, 1869 -

Louis Riel

Riel was labeled both a traitor and a hero in his time. His leadership in the Red River Rebellion led to the establishment of Manitoba.

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the red river rebellions was all the events that tok place in the 1869 establisment. the red river rebellion started because the metis were losing their land. Mcdonald didnt do much about it because if he spilt the land he would have smaller population. setters were angry with the HBC for proceeding with the sale of rupeits land. they felt as if the canadian government was trying to take away there land.

The Red River Rebellion In 1869 a rebellion occurred involving Louis Riel and the Red River Métis as they wanted to retain the settlements occupants rights.

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Ambroise Dydime Lepine  (18 March 1840 – 8 June 1923) was a military leader of the Métis under the command of Louis Riel during the Red River Rebellion of 1869-1870. He was tried and sentenced to death for his role in the rebellion and for the execution of Thomas Scott, but his sentence was commuted by Governor General Lord Dufferin. He is buried in the churchyard of the St. Boniface Cathedral next to Riel. Metis, red river rebellion, riel, louis riel

Ambroise Dydime Lepine March 1840 – 8 June was a military leader of…

The Red River Rebellion took place in Red River Canada consisting of the Métis and other settles. The Canadian government had tried to take away land from the Métis tribe, leading the settlers to a rebellion when several members occupied Fort Gary and seized their monitions because they didn’t want to go back to Ottawa. Today, the Aboriginals don't try to fight for better lands than the reserves, they claim that Canada is their land but yet they don’t do anything drastic to make a change.

The Red River Rebellion took place in Red River Canada consisting of the Métis and other settles.

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