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Helen/ Helene Dease-Breland (Métis). Born 1841 to John Warren Dease and Angelique McMillan; married Patrice Breland in 1863.

Born 1841 to John Warren Dease and Angelique McMillan; married Patrice Breland in

William H Peaslee, my 3rd Great Grandfather. Birth 11 Sep 1812 in Chatham, Columbia, New York, United States  Death 15 Jun 1898 in Canaan, Columbia, New York, United States.  Son of Jephthah Peaslee and Anna Patrick.

William H Peaslee, my 3rd Great Grandfather. Birth 11 Sep 1812 in Chatham, Columbia, New York, United States Death 15 Jun 1898 in Canaan, Columbia, New York, United States. Son of Jephthah Peaslee and Anna Patrick.

Marie-Therese-Rose Grant-Breland (Métis), born 1820 to Cuthbert Grant Jr. and Marie-Madeleine Desmarais; married Pascal Breland in 1836 at St. Francois-Xavier; died 1889 St. Francois-Xavier.

Slideshow: Women of Red River

Marie-Therese-Rose Grant-Breland (Métis), born 1820 to Cuthbert Grant Jr. and Marie-Madeleine Desmarais; married Pascal Breland in 1836 at St.

Matilda Davis (Métis), b. c. 1820 in the parish of St Andrews; educated in England; returned to Red River and opened a school for girls, which she ran with her sister Nancy.

Slideshow: Women of Red River

Matilda Davis (Métis), b. 1820 in the parish of St Andrews; educated in England; returned to Red River and opened a school for girls, which she ran with her sister Nancy.

Patrice Fleury, circa 1900: Metis scout and second in command after Dumont during 1885 Resistance.

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Patrice Fleury, circa Metis scout and second in command after Dumont during 1885 Resistance.

Sacagawea & Jean Baptiste

This photo of a Kiowa mother and baby has been mislabled as "Sacagawea & Jean Baptiste." There are no extant photos of Sacagawea.

Frances 'Fanny' Omand-Beddome (Métis). Born 1840 to James Omand and Jne Brown; married Dr Henry Septimus Beddome 1841; lived in St. Andrew's Parish; died 1891.

Slideshow: Women of Red River

Born 1840 to James Omand and Jne Brown; married Dr Henry Septimus Beddome lived in St.

Harriet Cowan, Daughter of James Sinclair who defended Pierre-Guillaume Sayer in the ‘Free Trade’ trial of 1849, and cousin of Hon. Thomas ‘Young Tom’ Sinclair of the Legislative Assembly of Assiniboia, Harriet was the wife of Dr. William Cowan, Hudson’s Bay Company Chief Trader at Fort Garry during 1869 to 1870. She lived with her husband within the fort during the Resistance.

Women at Red River and the Resistance, 1869-1870

Born 1832 to James Sinclair and Elizabeth Maria Bird; married 1826 to Dr. Her reminiscences were published in W. Healy, Women of Red River

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