Song of BatocheBook - 2017
"A historical novel about the Riel insurrection of 1885, largely from the point of view of the Métis women. It offers an interesting account of the lives of the Métis women as they move to support their husbands in the battle with Middleton. This includes Marguerite, Riel's wife, and Madeleine, Dumont's wife. There is also a good portrayal of Louis Riel and his struggle to create a homeland for the Métis on the South Saskatchewan and also to create a new Catholic religion. Also an interesting account of Dumont as he struggles to stay loyal to Riel as he begins to realize what Riel's new religious views mean."-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Vancouver, British Columbia : Ronsdale, 
Copyright Date: ©2017
Branch Call Number: FIC Caron
Characteristics: 370 pages ; 23 cm