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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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In the aftermath, Metis rights were not respected by Canada and the isolated and dispossessed Metis were in Riel's own words forced to take up arms at Batoche, Saskatchewan in 1885.
The free people--li gens libre; a history of the Metis community of Batoche, Saskatchewan.
The late Shannon Two Feathers was a musician and cultural worker who was contracted to interview Metis elders at Batoche, Saskatchewan, the site of the last Metis resistance in 1885.