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Louis Letendre & Angélique Dumas ~ (Métis) ~ Batoche, Sask 1910 Source: Société historique de Saint-Boniface

Angelique was my great great aunt, the younger sister of Marguerite Dumas, my great great grandmother.

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The Blue Thunder Dancers (Muskoday, Sk) Metis Fall Festival 2011

The Blue Thunder Dancers (Muskoday, Sk) Metis Fall Festival 2011

Henrietta (1861-?) and Eulalie (1854-1931) Riel (Métis). Daughters of Louis Riel Sr. and Julie Lagemoniere; sisters of Louis Riel Jr..

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Henrietta and Eulalie Riel (Métis). Daughters of Louis Riel Sr. and Julie Lagemoniere; sisters of Louis Riel Jr.

Ambroise Lepine, a Metis pioneer with his daughters-in-law and daughter, St. Boniface, Manitoba.  Date: [ca. 1920]  Remarks: Back row L-R: Izilda Lapine, wife of Louis; Cleophe Laurence, nee Lepine; Marie Lepine, wife of James.  Front row L-R: Lorette Laurence, granddaughter; Ambroise Lepine; Dolly Lepine, wife of Narcisse.

Ambroise Lepine, a Metis pioneer with his daughters-in-law and daughter, St…

The Métis, Charles Nolin, was related to Louis Riel by marriage, but was jealous of the charismatic Riel whom the people had chosen as their leader. He worked against Riel and Dumont, ultimately deserting the cause before the Duck Lake battle.

The Métis, Charles Nolin, was related to Louis Riel by marriage, but was jealous of the charismatic Riel whom the people had chosen as their leader. He worked against Riel and Dumont, ultimately deserting the cause before the Duck Lake battle.

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