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.
The railways of Canada for 1870-1, shewing the progress, mileage, cost of construction, the stocks, bons, traffic, earnings, expenses, and organization of the railways of the Dominion, also, a sketch of the difficulties incident to transportation in Canada in the pre-railroad days —Trout, John Malcolm, d. 1876.
Statement respecting the Earl of Selkirk's settlement upon the Red River in North America : its destruction in 1815 and 1816; and the massacre of Governor Semple and his party with observations upon a recent publication, entitled "A Narrative of occurrences in the Indian Countries." —Halkett, John, 1768-1852.
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.