Call #: Shortt FC3501 .S27 v.23 no.3 1970
Author: Larmour, Jean
Title: Edgar Dewdney and the Aftermath of the Rebellion
Notes: Edgar Dewdney was Lieutenant Governor of the North-West Territories and Indian Commissioner in 1885. Larmour's article is an explanation of Dewdney's role and objectives in the aftermath of the Resistance. These included the restoration of peace and progress in the territory, the trial of the Resistance leaders, the reestablishment of governmental authority over the Indians, the prevention of any further resistance and the continuation of the policy of agricultural development on the reserves.
Subject: Northwest Rebellion, 1885 - Aftermath
Northwest Rebellion, 1885 - Leaders - Trials
Dewdney, Edgar
Canada - Indian Affairs - 1880s
Journal: Saskatchewan History, vol. XXIII, no. 3, 1970, pp. 105-117.

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