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Gabriel Dumont (Métis leader)

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Gabriel Dumont (December 1837 – May 19, 1906) was a leader of the Métis people of what is .... Barrett, Matthew. "'Hero of the Half-Breed Rebellion': Gabriel Dumont and Late ...

Gabriel Dumont, military commander of the Métis during 1885

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Gabriel Dumont, military commander of the Métis during 1885. Gabriel Dumont ( 1837-1906) was a brilliant tactician. Historians generally concede that had ...

Gabriel Dumont Serves as Louis Riel's Chief Military Officer | History ...

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Gabriel Dumont (1837-1906), Military Commander of the Métis during the North West Rebellion of 1885 by Harvey J. Strong. Source: Library and Archives ...

Gabriel Dumont - The Canadian Encyclopedia

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He was a prominent hunt chief and warrior, but is best known for his role in the 1885 North-West Resistance as a key Métis military commander and ally of Louis  ...

Gabriel Dumont - The Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan | Details

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Alongside other Métis from St. François-Xavier, Red River, Dumont participated ... Gabriel Dumont's role as the Métis' military leader during the 1885 Resistance ...

Sir Frederick Dobson Middleton

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Sir Frederick Middleton is best remembered as the commander of the ... battle was something of a victory for the tiny Métis and Indian army, it was not decisive.

North-West Rebellion - The Canadian Encyclopedia

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... at Fort Carlton. Riel was named president of the rebel government, and famed Métis hunter and tactician Gabriel Dumont was installed as military commander.

Canadian Military Journal Vol. 14, No. 4

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The Oxford Dictionary defines Rebellion as “…an act of armed resistance to an established government or leader.” Many Métis writers, such as Louis Barkwell ...

North-West Rebellion | Canadian history [1885] | Britannica.com

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Sep 9, 2016 ... Métis rebels battling the North-West Mounted Police at Duck Lake, ... hunter and tactician Gabriel Dumont was installed as military commander.

Gabriel Dumont

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Gabriel Dumont is best known as the man who led the small Métis military ... leader in the large annual Buffalo hunts that were an important part of Métis culture.

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Who are the Métis? - Ottawa Life Magazine

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Dec 15, 2014 ... The current leader of the Métis National Council is Clément Chartier. ... the military commander of the second Métis Provisional Government, ...

Biography – DUMONT, GABRIEL – Volume XIII (1901-1910 ...

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DUMONT, GABRIEL, Métis hunter, merchant, ferryman, and political and military leader; b. December 1837 in the Red River settlement (Man.), second son of ...

Battle of Batoche - The Canadian Encyclopedia

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Fewer than 300 Métis and First Nations people led by Riel and Gabriel ... Their progress was aided by military commanders' poor decisions, the small size of ...