The history of the North-West Rebellion of 1885 : comprising a full and impartial account of the origin and progress of the war, of the various engagements with the Indians and half-breeds, of the heroic deeds performed by officers and men, and of touching scenes in the field, the camp, and the cabin : including a history of the Indian tribes of North-Western Canada, their numbers, modes of living, habits, customs, religious rites, and ceremonies, with thrilling narratives of captures, imprisonment, massacres, and hair breadth escapes of white settlers etc. —Mulvany, Charles Pelham, 1835-1885.
Modern Canadian poets : an anthology
With contributions from 35 poets, this diverse compilation features the spectrum of Canadian poetry from the last hundred years. Representing various styles and traditions, it explores a lineage of modernist, multilingua...
Peace River: a canoe voyage from Hudson's Bay to Pacific, by Sir George Simpson (governor, Hon. Hudson's Bay Company) in 1828 : journal. of the late chief factor, Archibald McDonald (Hon. Hudson's Bay Company) who accompanied him. Edited, with notes, by Malcolm McLeod. —McDonald, Archibald, 1790-1853.