Batoche


Batoche
   Md Storming of rebel camps at, 242.
   See also Riel Rebellion, 1885.

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  • Batoche — Lage in Saskatchewan …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Batoche — 52° 27′ 05″ N 106° 04′ 14″ W / 52.451407, 106.070595 Batoche, dans la Saska …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Batoche — ▪ Saskatchewan, Canada       unincorporated place, central Saskatchewan, Canada. It lies on the east bank of the South Saskatchewan River, 40 miles (64 km) southwest of Prince Albert. The site was settled about 1870 by colonists from the Red… …   Universalium

  • Batoche (former electoral district) — Batoche was a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, Canada. It was located in north central Saskatchewan, and was one of the original 25 electoral districts formed when the province was created in 1905. The… …   Wikipedia

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  • Batoche, Saskatchewan — Geobox Protected Area name =Batoche native name = other name = other name1 = category local =National Historic Site category iucn = image size = image caption = country = Country country1 =Canada state = Province state1 = Saskatchewan region =… …   Wikipedia

  • Batoche (electoral district) — Infobox Canadian provincial riding name = Batoche province = Saskatchewan legislature = Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan member type = Member of the Legislative Assembly party colour = Saskatchewan Party member = Delbert Kirsch member party …   Wikipedia

  • Bell of Batoche — The bell of Batoche is a 20 pound silver church bell seized in 1885 as spoils of war from the Métis community of Batoche (now in Saskatchewan) by soldiers from Ontario, following their victory in the Battle of Batoche over the North West… …   Wikipedia

  • Cloche De Batoche — La cloche de Batoche est une cloche argent d église de 20 livres, qui fut saisie en 1885 comme butin de guerre de la communauté métisse de Batoche (maintenant en Saskatchewan) par des soldats ontariens, après leur victoire à la Bataille de… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Cloche de batoche — La cloche de Batoche est une cloche argent d église de 20 livres, qui fut saisie en 1885 comme butin de guerre de la communauté métisse de Batoche (maintenant en Saskatchewan) par des soldats ontariens, après leur victoire à la Bataille de… …   Wikipédia en Français