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Written by Dan Asfar and Tim Chodan.
Published by Folklore Publishing, 2003.
|Champion of a people or traitorous rabble-rouser? Political
visionary or religious lunatic? Louis Riel is one of the most ambiguous figures
in Canadian history, a man who stood and fell for the Métis
The doomed struggle of Louis Riel and his people against the unfamiliar new Canadian government is a story rich in drama and cultural change.
Read about the fascinating western icon in this well-paced biography.
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