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Compiled by Lawrence Barkwell Coordinator of Metis Heritage and History Research Louis Riel Institute
Barkwell, Lawrence J., Leah Dorion and Darren R. Préfontaine (Editors). Metis Legacy: A Metis Historiography and Annotated Bibliography. Winnipeg: Pemmican Publications and Louis Riel Institute, 2001. Barkwell, Lawrence.J. Batoche 1885: The Militia of the Metis Liberation Movement. Winnipeg: Manitoba Metis Federation, 2005. Barkwell, Lawrence J. “Women of the 1885 Resistance.” Paper presented at Metis Women’s History of Resistance and Survival, Storytelling Circle and Symposium. Tourond’s Coulée Historic Site, Saskatchewan, Parks Canada and Gabriel Dumont Institute, April 24, 2008, and on November 16, 2008 at Louis Riel Day at Batoche. Barkwell, Lawrence.J. (Editor). Metis Legacy Volume Three: Metis History Through Biography. Winnipeg: Pemmican Publications, forthcoming 2010. Barnholden, Michael. Gabriel Dumont Speaks. Vancouver: Talon Books, 1993. Beal, Bob and Rod Mcleod. Prairie Fire: The 1885 NorthWest Rebellion. Edmonton: Hurtig Publishers, 1984.
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Canada Sessional Papers, “Petition from Half-Breeds Living in Vicinity of Cypress Hills.” 1886, Vol. 13, (No. 45) pp. 10-12. Canada Sessional Papers, “Petition from Wm. Bremner and Others Dated St. Louis de Langevin, 19th November, 1883.” 1886, Vol. 13,(No. 45), pp. 25-28. Canada Sessional Papers, “Queen vs. Joseph Arcand et al. (Testimony of Father Andre).” 1886, Vol 13, pp. 382-387. Canada Sessional Papers, “Queen vs. Parenteau and Twenty-Five Others.” 1886, (No. 52) pp. 368375. Canada Sessional Papers, “Report of Gabriel Dumont on the Battle of 24th April (1885).”1886 Vol. 13, (No. 43), pp. 21-23. Canada Sessional Papers, “Report of M. Lepine on the Battle of 12th April (1885).” 1886 Vol. 13, (No. 43), pp. 18-19. Canada Sessional Papers, “Report of Trottier on the Battle of 24th April (1885).”1886, Vol. 13, (No. 43), pp. 19-20. Canada Sessional Papers, “Report of William Pearce on South Branch Land Claimants.” 1886, (No. 8), 49. Canada Sessional Papers, “Testimony of Charles Nolin.” 1886 Vol. 13, (No, 45) pp. 12-13. Canada Sessional Papers, Rolls – No.1 Company to No. 18 Company and that of Captain Baptiste Primeau.” 1886, Vol. 13, (No. 43), pp.16-18. Canada, Western Land Grants and Scrip Records. Clarke, Margaret L. “Skinning the Narrative: The Story of Fish Creek.” Prairie Forum, Vol. 27, No. 2, 2002: 255-262. Clink, William L (Editor). Battleford Beleaguered: 1885: The Story of the Riel Uprising from the Columns of the Saskatchewan Herald. 1985. Cloutier, Gabriel, P.A., V.G. Journal de l’abbé Cloutier, Vols. 1 and 2, 1886. Archives de l’Archevêché de Saint-Boniface (AASB). These journals are handwritten, this copy is the typed copy produced by AASB. Abbé Cloutier produced this work at
the request of Monseigneur Taché. Cloutier was also the Catholic Chaplain for the Manitoba Penitentiary at Stony Mountain. Code, Paget James, “Les Autres Métis: The English Métis of the Prince Albert Settlement, 1862-1886.” Saskatoon: MA dissertation, University of Saskatchewan, 2008. Combet, Denis. “Les Mémoires dictés par Gabriel Dumont” et le “Récit de Gabriel Dumont.” Cahiers franco-canadiens de l’Ouest, Vol. 14, Nos. 1 et 2, 2002: 105-156. Combet, Denis and Ismène Toussaint. Gabriel Dumont: souvenirs de résistance d’un immortal de L’Ouest. Québec, Québec : Cornac, 2009. Commissioners of the Royal North-West Mounted Police. Settlers and Rebels: Being theOfficial Reports to Parliament of the Activities of the Royal NorthWest Mounted Police Force from 1882-1885 . Toronto: Coles Publishing Company, 1973. Demetrius, Beatrice Jobin. “Riel’s Metis Soldiers.” Edmonton: manuscript, n.d., 16 pages. Dumont, Gabriel. “Les Mémoires dictés” et le “Récit.” Manuscript copy received from Diane Payment. Dumont, Gabriel. Translated by Michael Barnholden. Gabriel Dumont Speaks. Vancouver: Talonbooks, 1993. Dumont, Gabriel. Gabriel Dumont Memoirs, Edited by Denis Combet, translated by Lise GabouryDiallo. Winnipeg: Les Editions du Blé, 2006. Fergusson, Charles Bruce. “A Glimpse of 1885.” Saskatchewan History, Vol. 20, 1967: 24-29. Flanagan, Thomas. “Metis Land Claims at St. Laurent: Old Arguments and New Evidence.” Patrick C. Douaud (Ed.) The Western Metis: Profile of a People. Regina: Canadian Plains Research Center, 2007: 145-154. Fortier, Michel (Ed.) 1879-1979 – 100 Years of Marion Echoes: Our Lady of Lourdes St.Laurent, Sask . Prince Albert: Write Way Printing, 1979. Fremont, Donatien. The Secretaries of Riel. Prince Albert: La Société Canadienne Française, 1985.` Gabriel Dumont Institute. “Oral histories.” GDI Virtual
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Grandin Durant l’Insurrection Métisse de 1885.” Revue de l’Universite d’Ottawa, Oct.-Dec. 1939, July-Sept.1940. Lee, David. “The Metis Militant Rebels of 1885.” Canadian Ethnic Studies, XXI, 3, 1989; 1-19. Light, Douglas W. Footprints in the Dust. North Battleford: Turner-Warwick Publications Inc., 1987 Madsen, Chris. “Military Law, the Canadian Militia, and the North-West Rebellion of 1885.” Journal of Military and Strategic Studies, Vol. 1, Issue 1, Article 5, Spring 1998. Manitoba Metis Federation, Scrip Records and Research Archives. Martin, Archer. The Hudson’s Bay Company’s Land Tenures and the Occupation of Assiniboia by Lord Serlkirk’s Settlers with a list of Grantees under the Earl and Company from 1812 to July, 15, 1870. London: William Clowes and Sons Limited, 1898. McCullough, Alan. “Parks Canada and the 1885 Rebellion/Uprising/Resistance.” Prairie Forum, Fall 2002, Vol. 27, No. 2, 161-198. McLean, Don. 1885: Metis Rebellion or Government Conspiracy? Saskatoon: Gabriel Dumont Institute, 1985. Metis Resource Centre (Winnipeg), resource library and scrip reords. Miller, Carmen. Lord Meglund and the North-West Campaign of 1885.” Saskatchewan History, Vol. 22, 1989: 81-108. Millions, Erin Jodi. “Ties Undone: A Gendered and Racial Analysis of the Impact of the 1885 Northwest Rebellion in the Saskatchewan District.” Saskatoon, University of Saskatchewan, M.A. Thesis, 2004. Morin, Gail. Metis Families: A Genealogical Compendium (5 volumes on CD). Pawtucket: Quinton Publications, 2001. Morris, Edmund transcription by Mary Fitz-Gibbon, The Diaries of Edmund Montague Morris, Western Journeys 1907-1910. Toronto: The Royal Ontario Museum, 1985.
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