Reminiscences of the North-west Rebellions: With a Record of the Raising of Her Majesty's 100th Regiment in Canada, and a Chapter on Canadian Social & Political Life
This work discusses the North-West rebellion and the story of Louis Riel from the viewpoint of Charles Arkoll Boulton who served with the 100th regiment and helped personally organize a group of volunteers to try and put down Louis Riel and his rebellion. Boulton was briefly taken captive by Riel and the Métis.
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Reminiscences of the North-West Rebellions: A Record of the Raising of Her ...
Charles Arkoll Boulton
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