HIST 203 Lecture Notes - North-West Rebellion, Manitoba Act, Sentenced

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In the manitoba act (1870, bringing manitoba into confederation), the maiti had been promised a ton of land. By 1880s, much of the promised land had been given to settlers instead of the maiti. 1885, 7% of manitoba population was maiti, due to large amounts of ontario settlers. Louis riel in 1884 was living in montana, as an american citizen. March 19, 1885, riel had declared provisional government in the northwest, hoping it would be able to make alliances with aboriginal people and with white settlers in the region, occupy the area and enter negotiations with the federal government. Battle of duck lake (26 march rebel victory) Frog lake massacre (2 april, 10 killed) Battle of fish creek (24 april, rebel victory) Battle of cut knife (2 may, rebel victory) Battle of batoche (9 may, general middleton: riel surrenders. Battle of frenchman"s butte (28 may)

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