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Top Image Collection Saskatchewan Archives Board—Métis Photographs Communities Batoche

Image A montage of photos, etchings, maps, documents and newspapers from Battle of Batoche
Image A wooden cross and a national historic site plaque mark the grave of Gabriel Dumont at Batoche
Image Albert Caron’s House, Batoche
Image At Batoche
Image Batoche Cemetery (01)
Image Batoche Cemetery (02)
Image Batoche Cemetery (03)
Image Batoche Cemetery - Dumont's Grave
Image Batoche Cemetery, Church in Background (01)
Image Batoche Cemetery, Church in Background (02)
Image Batoche Church (01)
Image Batoche Church (02)
Image Batoche from a distance with opposite bank of N. Sask river in background
Image Batoche from west side of river showing old police barracks in distance (01)
Image Batoche from west side of river showing old police barracks in distance (02)
Image Batoche Plaque (01)
Image Batoche Plaque (02)
Image Batoche Rectory
Image Batoche Rifle Pits
Image Batoche School, 1917
Image Batoche – appears in Wpg Sun, May 8, 1888
Image Batoche, 1885-1900 (01)
Image Batoche, 1885-1900 (02)
Image Batoche, 1895
Image Batoche, Battle of - Map
Image Batoche’s House at Batoche where Capt. French was shot
Image Bitter Memories too (sic) Charlie Trottier (Rt) Meets Johnny Caron, after 43 years
Image Camp of Intelligence Corps at Batoche 1885
Image Caron’s House near Batoche, Standing in 1885
Image Charlie Trottier Returns to Old-Timers after 43 years (01)
Image Charlie Trottier Returns to Old-Timers after 43 years (02)
Image Church and monument at Batoche, July 8, 1940
Image Church and Rectory of Batoche
Image Church at Batoche, 1917
Image Commissioners' Tent
Image Does Johnny Caron recognize Charlie Trottier after 43 years
Image Father Dubuc standing in old shell hole on Batoche battlefield below village
Image Ferry at Gabriel's Crossing
Image First Store, built and operated by Letendre de (sic) Batoche (01)
Image First Store, built and operated by Letendre de (sic) Batoche (02)
Image First Story, old Campagne House
Image Foundation: Old Batoche House of 1885
Image Gabriel’s Crossing on South Sask. River
Image Gnr. Phillips grave
Image Grave marker of Gabriel Dumont
Image Graves of the Half-Breeds killed in battle
Image Gunner Phillip’s Grave
Image Halfbreeds at Batoche
Image Head and Shoulders Portrait of Louis Riel, 1884
Image Interior Church (Riel’s headquarters at Batoche [Sask]
Image Johnny Caron (Lt) Remember key (?) incidents of 1885 after Charlie’s absence of 43 years
Image Lateral Trench of Militia forces, Batoche Battlefield
Image Métis casualties
Image Middleton’s Camp Trenches
Image Monument erected in memory of Indians and Halfbreeds (1885 Rebellion)
Image Monument “Erected in memory of Indians and Métis who died in the Rebellion of 1885”
Image Mr and Mrs Alfred Carrier (sic)
Image Old Catholic Church (rectory) at Batoche
Image Old Church and Seminary at Batoche
Image Old Thatched Farm House Near Gabriel's Crossing (01)
Image Old Thatched Farm House Near Gabriel's Crossing (02)
Image One of the Old trenches (rifle pits) from which the Halfbreeds fought
Image Postcard – “Batoche National Historic Site, Batoche, Saskatchewan
Image Prisoners of Riel at time of Battle of Batoche
Image Procession de la Fête-Dieu, Batoche (Corpus Christi)
Image Rectory at Batoche
Image Residence of Letendre (Batoche) used by RNWMP
Image Saskatchewan Herald – May 18, 1885
Image Scene on west bank of river at Batoche
Image Sketch of Battlefield of Batoche
Image South Saskatchewan River looking north, south of Batoche
Image South Saskatchewan River showing Batoche Church, south of Batoche
Image St. Antoine de Padoue (1)
Image St. Antoine de Padoue (2)
Image St. Antoine de Padue (sic) Church
Image St. Antoine School, Batoche
Image View of S. Sask River near Batoche, Sask. (01)
Image View of S. Sask River near Batoche, Sask. (02)
Image Wooden ferry scow at landing, Batoche (01)
Image Wooden ferry scow at landing, Batoche (02)
Image X'er Batoche's Residence, now N.W.M.P. Post
Image “1st Shot fired at Batoche”
Image “Asleep in the trenches”
Image “Batoche from where Lt. Fitch (French?) was killed”
Image “Batoche on this side of S. Sask River, around the bend”
Image “Breaking Camp at Gardepy’s”
Image “Camp at Gardepy’s Crossing”
Image “Camp of the Intelligence Corps, composed of Dominion Land Surveyors at Batoche…”
Image “Capture of Louis Riel by the Scouts Armstrong and Hourie, May 15, 1885”
Image “Field on which Gen. Middleton camped east of Batoche”
Image “First sight of Batoche”
Image “General meeting priests”
Image “He shot Capt. French”
Image “How they left their pits”
Image “Lord Melgund & French advancing to Gabriel’s Crossing, Sask.”
Image “Opening the ball at Batoche”
Image “Our first check”
Image “Our Pits on river (Batoche)”
Image “Refugee Camp”
Image “Rifle Pits near Batoche dug under direction of Gabriel Dumont, 1885”
Image “Road to Old Batoche Ferry”
Image “Shelling Batoche, last shot before the attack on the guns”
Image “Shot Dead”
Image “Store of Old men Batoche at Batoche occupied in late years by Grant Bros”
Image “The General and his wounded aides”
Image “The Riel Insurrection in Canada – Half-Breed Insurgents on Picket Duty”
Image “The Riel Rebellion – Scenes in the Saskatchewan Country”
Image “The Steamer “Northcote” Running the Gauntlet at Batoche May 8th, 1885”
Image “The usual type of Rifle Pit by the Rebels at Batoche”
Image “The zareba Batoche”

 

 
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