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Rear of rebel's position at Fish Creek, Saskatchewan.
First engagement in battle of Fish Creek, Saskatchewan.
Infantry School Corps "C" Company and "A" Battery Canadian Militia.
Royal Grenadiers relieving the 90th Battalion,Winnipeg Rifles in battle of Fish Creek, Saskatchewan.
Mrs. Miserable Man at Battleford, Saskatchewan.
View of Fish Creek battle during Riel Rebellion, Saskatchewan.
Shelling Batoche, last shot before the attack on the guns, Saskatchewan.
Rebel rifle pits at Batoche after the fight, Saskatchewan.
Officers of "A" Battery, Canadian Militia.
Where "A" Battery attempted the rush and lost heavily at Batoche, Saskatchewan.
Lines of skirmishers under fire.
Horses and men on ferry crossing the North Saskatchewan River at Fort Carlton, Saskatchewan.
Rear of rebel position at Batoche where ponies were killed, Saskatchewan.
Raising the first house at Fish Creek, Saskatchewan.
Body of the Metis sniper who killed Captain John French at Batoche, Saskatchewan.
Boulton's scouts on Riel Rebellion expedition, western Canada.
Militia troops first sight of Batoche, Saskatchewan.
Front of the rebel position at Batoche, Saskatchewan.
Wounded leaving for Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
Militia rifle pits on the river at Batoche, Saskatchewan.
Boulton's and French's scouts, western Canada.
Chipewyan camp.
Two Militia scouts on horseback, western Canada.
Sewing up the dead, during the Riel Rebellion.
Cannon being limbered up in battle of Fish Creek, Saskatchewan.
Ferry crossing the North Saskatchewan River at Fort Carlton, Saskatchewan.
Chipewyan camp.
Poundmaker, in striped blanket, and companion with three soldiers.
Sentry box and camp, "B" Battery, Regiment of Canadian Artillery, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.
Start of the battle of Batoche, Saskatchewan.
Troops on the trail of Big Bear.
Transport teams and men on the march.
"A" Battery supporting the guns at Batoche, Saskatchewan.
First ford, Loon Lake, Saskatchewan, the scene of "Steele's fight".
The zariba, or enclosure for Militia camp protection at Batoche, Saskatchewan.
Butchering the first fresh meat on their way to quell Riel Rebellion.
Troops crossing the South Saskatchewan River at Guardapuis' Crossing, Saskatchewan.
Steamer "Northcote" before Batoche.
Militia men sleep in the trenches.
Burying the dead, during the Riel Rebellion.

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