The Red River Rebellion
| In 1869 the new nation of Canada sought to achieve its "manifest
destiny" by annexing the territory previously controlled by the Hudson's Bay
Company. In the process, Canada managed to blunder into an unexpected conflict
with armed rebels in the Red River Settlement. This is the story of that
confrontation, told from the perspective of its leading participants.
Written by J. M. Bumsted. Published by Watson Dwyer Publishing Ltd, 1996.
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