Batoche


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Batoche

(bătŏsh`), historic site, central Sask., Canada, on the South Saskatchewan River. During Riel's Rebellion, Louis Riel made his headquarters there, and the rebels were routed on May 12, 1885.
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142) John Stuart Mill, Representative Government, Kitchener, Batoche Books, 2001 ch 13 aux pp 153-54.
Despite repression of Aboriginal people from Batoche in 1885 to Oka in 1990, imperial misadventures from the Boer War and WW I to Kandahar, some Canadians really do believe that the military is always on the side of freedom and democracy.
Batoche Books, 2001) (1625) ("Though there may be circumstances, in which absolute justice will not condemn the sacrifice of lives in war, yet humanity will require that the greatest precaution should be used against involving the innocent in danger, except in cases of extreme urgency and utility.
Hegel, The Philosophy of History (Kitchener, Ontario: Batoche Books, 2001), 113.
Back to Batoche Festival At the Back to Batoche Site
Belle of Batoche began the trilogy closest to her heart.
Over the course of the next six years travelling round table discussions took place between interested Metis and francophones in Batoche, Willowbunch, and North Battleford.
Following the battles of Cut Knife and Fish Creek came news of that glorious charge and grand victory at Batoche, speedily followed by the return of our troops.
In particular, Campbell is determined to demonstrate that although the Metis may have been defeated militarily by the Canadian government at Batoche in 1885, they have not lost their sense of nationhood.
The Free People--Li Gens Libres: A History of the Metis Community of Batoche, Saskatchewan.
Smith noted, "important differences existed between these Metis and those around Batoche, three hundred miles to the east.
The free people--li gens libre; a history of the Metis community of Batoche, Saskatchewan.