THE WAR TRAIL OF BIG BEAR Being the Story of the connection of Big Bear and the other Cree Indians and their followers with the Canadian NorthWest Rebellion of 1885, the Frog Lake Massacre and events leading up to and following it, and of Two Months Imprisonment in the Camp of th

By: Cameron, William Bleasdell (1862-1951)

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256 pp. Frontis photo of Big Bear and 8 other illustrations. Dark orange cloth with blind ruling has moderate wear. Spine has remains of white library marks. Interior has institutional library stamps on the inside front cover and title page otherwise clean and unmarked, pages are crisp and nice. A fascinating account by Cameron of the Cree attack and massacre at Frog Lake, part of the North-West Rebellion. Cameron survived and was taken hostage by the Cree, led by Big Bear. When Big Bear was finally tried for leading the attack, Cameron testified on his behalf. ; 256 pages

Title: THE WAR TRAIL OF BIG BEAR Being the Story of the connection of Big Bear and the other Cree Indians and their followers with the Canadian NorthWest Rebellion of 1885, the Frog Lake Massacre and events leading up to and following it, and of Two Months Imprisonment in the Camp of th

Author Name: Cameron, William Bleasdell (1862-1951)

Categories: History: U.S. & North America, Native Americans, Canadiana,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, Duckworth: 1926

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 9249

Keywords: Frog Lake Massacre Cree Saskatchewan Hudson's Bay Northwest Rebellion,