Subject: Northwest Rebellion, 1885 - Leaders - Trials

Number of titles: 13

  1. William Henry Jackson (1861 - 1952) Riel's secretary. Another case of involuntary commitment? Sept. 1977.
  2. The Execution of Eight Indians in the North-West
  3. 'Lex' Poundmaker's Trial
  4. The Trials of Poundmaker and Big Bear, 1885
  5. Poundmaker
  6. Edmonton Courts and Lawyers in Territorial Times
  7. Edgar Dewdney and the Aftermath of the Rebellion
  8. The Riel Trial Revisited: Criminal Procedure and the Law in 1885
  9. [Return (in part) to an address of the House of Commons, dated 5th March, 1886 : for copies of all documents forming the record in the cases of Her Majesty against the different parties tried in connection with the late rebellion.
  10. Return (in part) to an address of the House of Commons, dated 5th March, 1886; for copies of all documents forming the record in the cases of Her Majesty against the different parties tried in connection with the late rebellion, including the jury lists, the names of the jurors, the lists of the jurors empanelled, the motions and affidavits filed, the evidence, the incidents of the trial, the charges of the judge, the names of the judges who tried the different cases, the names of the counsel for the prosecution and for the defense, the pleas entered, the verdicts and the sentences, and, in short, of every document whatever relating to the said trials. By command J.A. Chapleau, Secretary of State. Ottawa, 15 March 1886.
  11. Fifty Years on the Saskatchewan
  12. Topics of the Week
  13. Topics of the Week

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