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image no.: 9274
contact sheet: A0289
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
title: A long party from Ontario leaving Edmonton for Klondike using a Red River Cart.
description: It is claimed that the cart once belonged to Louis Riel and the Indian Pony that once belonged to Poundmaker.
subject(s): MetisRed River CartsRiel
date:
 
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image no.: 26127
contact sheet: A0876
collection: Women's Studies Collection
description: A Metis Woman, Mrs. Ballantyne Bread, Seated In Foreground Beside A Camp Fire With A Tripod Made From Wooden Poles Holding A Large Cooking Pot. In The Background Behind Her Is A Log House Or Cabin From The Riel Rebellion Near Battleford, Saskatchewan
subject(s): CabinsHousesMetisPersonalitiesRielUtensilsWomen
date: 1919c
 
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image no.: 12326
contact sheet: A0382
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Ambroise Lepine, Lieutenant To Louis Riel During Red River Uprising
subject(s): PersonalitiesPoliticsRiel
date: 1870
 
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image no.: 8739
contact sheet: A0272
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Capt. G.H. Young, Son Of Rev. George Young. Served In Both 1869 - 1870 Red River Rebellion Disturbances And In North West Rebellion Of 1885. Was Attatched For Special Duty In Bringing Riel To Regina From Guardupuis Landing. 1885
subject(s): North West RebellionPersonalitiesReligionRiel
date: 1885
 
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image no.: 7441
contact sheet: A0232
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Church Of St. Antoine De Padoue, Batoche, Sk
subject(s): BuildingsChurchesMetisRiel
date:
 
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image no.: 6746
contact sheet: A0211
collection: Jeff Thomson Collection
description: Colonial Troops Marching Over Ice On Nipigon Bay, Lake Superior. Photo From Illustrated London New.
subject(s): IceLakesMilitaryRiel
date: 1885
 
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image no.: 22129
contact sheet: A0732
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Duncan Mclean, Born Feb. 9, 1877 Son Of W.J. (Big Bear) Mclean Hbc Fur Factor, Was Held Prisoner By Louis Riel During 1885 North West Rebellion
subject(s): Fur TradeHudson Bay CompanyNorth West RebellionPersonalitiesRiel
date: 1970
 
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image no.: 22130
contact sheet: A0732
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Duncan Mclean, Born Feb.9, 1877 Son Of W.J. (Big Bear) Mclean Hbc Fur Factor. Was Held Prisoner By Louis Riel During 1885 North West Rebellion
subject(s): Fur TradeHudson Bay CompanyNorth West RebellionPersonalitiesRiel
date:
 
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image no.: 5425
contact sheet: A0173
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Einar Salmundson, Veteran Of 1885 Riel Rebellion. Served With 90th Battalion Winnipeg Rifles.Photo Courtesy Of E. Arnason
subject(s): IcelandersPersonalitiesRiel
date: 1890c
 
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image no.: 8201
contact sheet: A0257
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Gabriel Dumont, Leader Of Metis Army Under Louis Riel
subject(s): MetisNorth West RebellionPersonalitiesRiel
date: 1885
 
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image no.: 19609
contact sheet: A0634
collection: Nora Hiam Collection
description: General Garnet Joseph Wolseley, 1833 - 1913, First Viscount, Soldier, In Ireland, On June 4, 1833, The Eldest Son Of Major Garnet Joseph Wolseley And Frances Anne Smith. Took Employment In A Surveyor'S Office. In 1867 Married Louisa Erskine . Received His Commission As Second Lieutenant In March 1852 And Was Sent To Burma. Was Promoted To Lieutenant In 1853 And Received The Burma War Medal. In 1855 Was Appointed Assistant Engineer With The 90th Foot And Saw Service In Crimea. Sent To China In 1860 And , In 1861, Following The Trent Affair, Was Ordered To Canada As Assistant Quarter-Master-General. In 1865, He Was Promoted Deputy Quarter-Master-General In Canada. In 1870 He Was Chosen To Command The Red River Expeditionary Force To Quell The Riel Uprising. For His Sucessful Conduct Of The Campaign He Received An K.C.M.G. And C.B.Later Was Promoted General And Created Baron Wolseley Of Cairo And Wolseley. For His Efforts To Rescue Gordon At Khartoum In 1884-1885 He Was Created Viscount And Knight Of Saint Patrick. He Died In France On March 25, 1913. He Was Also An Author. Photo By J.F. Mitchell
subject(s): AuthorsMilitaryPersonalitiesRiel
date:
 
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image no.: 7436
contact sheet: A0232
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: General Middleton'S Trenches At Batoche, Sk
subject(s): BattlesMilitaryNorth West RebellionRiel
date: 1885
 
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image no.: 7439
contact sheet: A0232
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
creator: Henry Kalen
title: Grave of Louis Riel and St. Boniface Cathedral, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
description:
subject(s): ChurchesRielWinnipeg Buildings
date: 1977
 
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image no.: 15016
contact sheet: A0468
collection: Winnipeg Archives
description: James Henry Ashdown. Served As Mayor Of Winnipeg 1907 & 1908. Born In London, England 1844. President Of J.H. Ashdown Hardware Co. Ltd. Came To Canada In 1852. Established Hardware Business In Winnipeg In 1869. Member Of Winnipeg City Council Before Serving As Mayor. Served As A Loyalist During The1869- 1870 Red River Rebellion. Was Imprisoned By Riel In Fort Garry Along With Schultz, Scott And Mair
subject(s): PersonalitiesPoliticsRiel
date: 1907c
 
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image no.: 19528
contact sheet: A0631
collection: Nora Hiam Collection
description: John Christian Schultz, Born In Amherstburg, Upper Canada January 1, 1840 Of Norse And Irish Descent, The Son Of William Schultz And Elizabeth Riley. His Education Was At Oberlin College, Ohio, And Studied Medicine At Queen'S University, Kingston And Victoria College, Toronto. In 1860 He Visited His Half Brother Henry Mckenney In Fort Garry And Completed His Medical Degree And Established His Practice. He Was One Of The First Doctors In The Community To Undertake Major Surgery. But He Made His Name As A Trader And Politician. He Assisted In The Formation Of The Institute Of Rupert'S Land. From 1864 To 1868 He Had A Part Ownership In The Prairies' First Newspaper, The Nor'Wester And Was Against The Hbc Desire For Monopoly And Its Lack Of Initiative In Developing The Country. He Opposed Riel & His Provisional Govt. 1869 And Surrendered. With His Wife'S Help He Escaped From Fort Garry In Jan. 1870. He Was Elected Mp For Lisgar In 1871 To 1882. He Was Called To The Senate On Sept 1882. He Was Lieutenant- Governor Of Manitoba From 1888 -1895 When He Resigned Due To Poor Health; He Died 1896 In Mexico
subject(s): PersonalitiesPoliticsRiel
date: 1867c
 
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image no.: 57122
contact sheet: A1746
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Julie Lagimodiere, Louis Riel’S Mother
subject(s): CostumesMetisPersonalitiesRielWomen
date: 1867c
 
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image no.: 57121
contact sheet: A1746
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Louis Riel As A Boy
subject(s): ChildrenMetisPersonalitiesRiel
date:
 
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image no.: 57119
contact sheet: A1746
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Louis Riel As A Young Man
subject(s): PersonalitiesPoliticsRiel
date:
 
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image no.: 40315
contact sheet: A1349
collection: Dennis Downey Collection
description: Louis Riel Wearing A Checked Top Coat And Fur Hat, As He Appeared Prior To North West Rebellion. Photo By Cunninghams, Moose Jaw, Sk
subject(s): CostumesPersonalitiesRiel
date: 1885c
 
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image no.: 23635
contact sheet: A0790
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Louis Riel'S Monument At St. Boniface Cathedral Cemetery In Winter Time
subject(s): CemeteriesMonumentsRiel
date: 1979
 
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image no.: 57116
contact sheet: A1746
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Louis Riel, Manitoba Metis Leader
subject(s): MetisPersonalitiesPoliticsRiel
date: 1880c
 
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image no.: 57118
contact sheet: A1746
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Louis Riel, Manitoba Metis Leader As A Very Young Man
subject(s): MetisPersonalitiesPoliticsRiel
date:
 
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image no.: 40316
contact sheet: A1349
collection: Dennis Downey Collection
description: Louis Riel, The Political Leader Of The Metis Resistance At Batoche, Founder Of The Province Of Manitoba. This Photo Was Probably Done While He Was In Custody In Regina
subject(s): CostumesMetisPersonalitiesRiel
date: 1885c
 
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image no.: 40399
contact sheet: A1351
collection: New Democratic Party Collection
description: Peter Kozub Stands At St. Boniface Cathedral Graveside Of Louise Riel And Sings His Own Composition In Tribute To The Metis Leader Who Was Hanged 99 Years Ago. The Ceremony Featured Other Tributes And Laying Of Wreaths
subject(s): ChurchesGravesMetisPersonalitiesRielWinnipeg Buildings
date: 1984, November 16.
 
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image no.: 7440
contact sheet: A0232
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Rectory, 1883 And Church 1884 Of St. Antoine De Padoue, Batoche, Sk
subject(s): BuildingsChurchesMetisRiel
date:
 
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image no.: 51115
contact sheet: A1543
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Riel Rebellion Monument At St. John'S Anglican Cemetery, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Photo From A Postcard.,
subject(s): CemeteriesMilitaryMonumentsRiel
date:
 
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image no.: 8200
contact sheet: A0257
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Riel Tombstone At St. Boniface, Mb
subject(s): MonumentsNorth West RebellionRiel
date:
 
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image no.: 17342
contact sheet: A0546
collection: Royal Winnipeg Rifles Museum
description: Rifleman Alexander Watson Of 90th Winnipeg Rifles, Fatally Wounded During Riel Rebellion Of 1885, Was Honoured By City Of St. Catharines, On. Monument Stands In Front Of City Hall, St. Catharines. It Was Restored To Its Present Condition In 1971
subject(s): MilitaryMonumentsNorth West RebellionRiel
date: 1885
 
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image no.: 57114
contact sheet: A1746
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Standing Jean Marie Poitras , The Husband Of Henriette (Nee Riel), Who Is Sitting On Left. Henriette Was Born In 1861, And Died In 1898). Sitting At Right Is Julie Lagimodiere, Mother Of Henriette Riel (And Louis Riel Not In Photo). Sitting On The Floor Are Angelique Riel (Born 1883, Died 1894) And Her Brother Jean Riel (Born 1882, Died 1908), The Orphan Children Of Louis Riel And Marguerite Monet. After The Execution Of Louis Riel In November, 1885, His Wife Marguerite Passed Away Six Months Later In May, 1886. Their Deaths Left Their Two Children Orphans In The Care Of Their Grandmother, Julie Lagimodiere. Julie'S Daughter Henriette Also Helped In The Care Of The Children. Julie Raised Her Grandson As Jean Monet (His Mother'S Maiden Name) To Protect Him From Any Prejudices Because Of Who His Father Was (Louis Riel)
subject(s): ChildrenMetisPersonalitiesPoliticsRielWomen
date: 1887c
 
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image no.: 14012
contact sheet: A0435
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Statue Of Louis Riel On Grounds Of Legislative Building, Assiniboine Avenue, Winnipeg.
subject(s): MonumentsRielWinnipeg BuildingsWinnipeg Streets
date: 1978
 
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image no.: 13640
contact sheet: A0421
collection: Donald H. Bain Collection
description: The Coalition Of The North West Co And The Hbc Was Effected In 1821, And In 1832 The Hbc Re-Established At Portage La Prairie; Building A Trading Post On The Site Of La Verendrye'S Fort. In The Rebellion Of 1869 -1870, The Employees Of The Hbc Post Were Taken Prisoners By Emissaries Of Louis Riel And The Store Looted. Some Years Later The Hbc Discontinued Operating On This Site And The Hbc Post Was Converted To A Farmhouse. The Hand Hewn Log Building Of The Store Was Stillstanding When The Farm Was Purchased By Donald H. Bain, Winnipeg Businessman In 1943.This Photo Shows The Original Hbc Trading Post And Dwelling House
subject(s): BuildingsFortsHousesHudson Bay CompanyPostsRielStores
date: 1943c
 
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image no.: 57117
contact sheet: A1746
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Unknown Woman Possibly Related To Riel.
subject(s): CostumesRielWomen
date:
 
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image no.: 54674
contact sheet: A1664
collection: Miscellaneous Collection
description: Winnipeg City Hall With Volunteers Monument For Those Who Helped Quell The 1885 Riel Rebellion
subject(s): City HallsMonumentsRielWinnipeg Buildings
date: 1903