Red River Rebellion
Connexipedia: Article in the Canadian Encyclopedia
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Red River Rebellion (also known as Red River Resistance), a movement of national self-determination by the metis of the red river colony in what is now Manitoba, 1869-70. The inhabitants were continually in conflict with the HBC, particularly over trading privileges.

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