The Free People - Otipemisiwak": Batoche, Saskatchewan 1870-1930 ISBN 13: 9780660134444
ISBN 10: 0660134446
Unknown; Ottawa: Canadian Government Publishing Centre, 1990; ISBN-13: 978-0660134444
Description:Ottawa, Ontario: Environment Canada. Very Good-. 1990. Softcover. 0660134446 . 366 p. 23 cm. Sound and square binding in cardstock covers. Light wear along the edges and at the corners. Rubbed overall. Previous owner's stamp on the title page. Otherwise, the inside pages are clean and bright. A study to present a new and comprehensive insight into a Métis community at Batoche, Saskatchewan. Illustrated with black and white photographs. .
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Description:National Historic Parks and Sites, Parks, Service, Environment Canada, 1990. VERY GOOD softcover. Inscribed and signed by author Diane Paulette Payment. A very nice copy with just light shelfwear to covers, interiors like new. 6" x 9", 366 pages, b&w photos. Seat of the North-West Rebellion, was Batoche also witness to the Metis social and economic disintegration? The author studies the Metis communities along the South Saskatchewan River, in particular Batoche, between 1870 and 1930. Includes many references in text and photos to St. Laurent Manitoba, land claims, homestead declarations, St. Laurent de Grandin Mission, Batoche Parish, Metis songs, Beneficiaries of Land Scrip 1885-1900. . Soft Cover.
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Description:Canadian Government Publishing Centre, 1990-12-31. Paperback. Good.
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