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Mounties in the News

The New York Times

1. August 12, 1880 - The Indians of the North West
2. March 26, 1885 - Louis Riel's Rebellion
3. March 28, 1885 - Victory for the Rebels
4. April 20, 1885 - Reils Scouts Captured
5. May 1, 1885 - Half Breeds Join Riel
6. May 3, 1885 Panic in Edmonton
7. May 6, 1885 - Defeated by the Indians
8. May 7, 1885 - The Northwest Rebellion
9. May 8, 1885 - Fighting Reil's Allies
10. May 14, 1885 - Reil Deserts His Men
11. May 14, 1885 - Victory for Middleton
12. May 16, 1885 - The Battle at Batoche
13. May 17, 1885 - Louis Reil Captured
14. May 25, 1885 - The War in the Northwest
15. May 28, 1885 - Poundmaker a Prisoner
16. May 29, 1885 - Riel's Lieutenant Captured
17. June 1, 1885 - Big Bear Wins a Battle
18. June 3, 1885 - Riel's True Character
19. June 6, 1885 - No News From Middleton
20. July 6, 1885 - Big Bear Prisoner
21. July 19, 1885 - Notes From the Northwest
22. July 22, 1885 - Louis Riel on Trial
23. July 26, 1885 - In Pursuit of Northwest Indians
24. August 2, 1885 - Massacred by Indians
25. August 17, 1885 - Taming the Bronco
26. October 27, 1885 - Efforts to Save Reil
27. November 13, 1885 - What Might Result in Reil's Execution
28. November 15, 1885 - Reil to be hanged
29. November 16, 1885 - Canadians in a Ferment
30. November 17, 1885 - Rebel Chief Hanged
31. November 17, 1885 - French Canadians Excited
32. November 28, 1885 - Eight Indians Hanged
33. January 20, 1886 - The Army of the Northwest
34. February 12, 1886 - Six Mounted Poliemen Killed
35. October 5, 1886 - The Sacree Indians
36. November 5, 1886 - Battleford on Fire short
37. November 25, 1886 - The Sweet Grass Massacre
38. January 29, 1887 - Three Counterfeiters Killed
39. February 6, 1887 - Big Bear Set Free
40. April 15, 1887 - Depredations by Indians
41. June 2, 1887 - Dumont Causing Trouble
42. June 10, 1887 - Stolen Horses Recovered
43. August 13, 1887 - Cattle Run into Canada
44. September 10, 1887 - Don't Like the Police
45. March 12, 1888 - Half Breeds Starving
46. July 19, 1888 - The Troublesome Half-breed
47. September 6, 1888 - They Like the Warpath
48. 48 - November 7, 1888 Trouble on the Manitou Border
49. February 7, 1889 - Charged With Smuggling
50. May 21, 1889 - A Fight With Canadian Indians
51. August 3, 1889 - The Dominion Militia
52. September 24, 1890 - Manitoba Mounted Police
53. November 23, 1890 - Canadian Indians Dancing
54. December 29, 1891 - The Herchmer Inquiry
55. January 4, 1892 - Serious Trouble at Edmonton
56. January 4, 1892 - Col Herchmer's Funeral

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    A newspaper account of the activities in the Western Canada during the Riel Rebellion and some of the aftermath , articles dating from August 1880 to January 1895. Readers for this project are David Lawrence and Esther.