The Incredible Adventures of Louis Riel: Canada's Most Famous Revolutionary
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Written by Cat Klerks.
Published by Altitude Publishing Ltd., 2004.
|Louis Riel is perhaps the most
controversial figure in Canadian history. A rebel and a powerful orator, he
emerged as a leader of the Métis in the Red River settlement. His
ability to unite the Métis nation was legendary. Although known as the
Father of Manitoba, he spent much of his adult life in exile. He was found
guilty of treason and hanged in Regina on November 16, 1885.
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