Batoche

Saskatchewan
Site of the largest battle between the Métis and the North West Field Force of the Canadian Militia in 1885.

Duck Lake Centre

Relive the turbulent late 1880's from three perspectives: First Nations, Métis and pioneer.

Fort Battleford

A place of refuge for 500 settlers during the North West Resistance of 1885

Fort Carlton

The original Hudson's Bay Company fur-trading post.

Fort Edmonton

Fort Edmonton Park is Canada’s largest living history museum

Fort Normandeau

The site of the Red Deer Crossing, the community that would eventually move and become the City of Red Deer

Fort Pitt

Fort Pitt was a stopping point half way on the Carlton Red River Cart Trail

Frenchman Butte

Your base for the theatre of the 1885 battle staged between Cree and Canadian troops.

Frog Lake Historic Site

The site features settler’s graves, stone monument, and descriptive walking trail.

GDI Gallery

A gallery featuring Métis artists, a museum showcasing our culture and heritage, and several special collections primary to Métis history.

Humboldt Museum

Telegraph equipment, exhibits on 1885 Resistance military and transportation sites.

Lac La Biche

Established in 1853, making it one of the oldest communities in Alberta, it was one of the first Albertan sites for exchanges between the Native, Metis, Francophone, and Anglophones populations.

Museum for Human Rights

An amazing encounter with human rights awaits families, tourists and scholars alike.

Original Humboldt Site

An important part of the movement of people and goods overland between Winnipeg and Edmonton before the arrival of the railway.

Prince Albert Historical Museum

Photos and artifacts tell of the Prince Albert area's grand history.

RCMP Heritage Centre

The Centre brings to life the incredible story of the RCMP.

Riel House

It is here, in the living room of his mother's house, where Riel's body lay in state for two days in December 1885.

Saint-Boniface Museum

Collects, preserves, researches and interprets a collection of artifacts relating to Western Canada's French-Canadian and Métis heritage

St. Laurent

The first permanent Métis settlement along the South Saskatchewan River.

Steele Narrows

The final battle of the 1885 Northwest Resistance

The Marr Residence

Wounded and sick were brought from Fish Creek and Batoche to be cared for at the Marr.

Tourond’s Coulée

Site of the historic April 24, 1885 battle between the Métis and Middleton's Force

Victoria Settlement

Tells the interwoven stories of the Cree, Missionaries, Mixed Blood settlers, Fur Traders, and Eastern European settlers.
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The Original Humboldt site is 80 acres of land located 8 km west of Humboldt on Highway #5 and 3 km south on Telegraph Road.

It features the national historic event plaque commemorating the Dominion Telegraph Line, as well as storyboards of the 1878 Humboldt Telegraph Station, Carlton Trail, George and Catherine Weldon, Humboldt Mail Station, the Métis people, Chief Whitecap, and Lt. Col. George Denison’s military camp during the 1885 NorthWest Resistance.

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Le site original de Humboldt est de 80 acres de terrain situé à 8 km à l'ouest de Humboldt sur l'autoroute n ° 5 et à 3 km au sud sur Telegraph Road.

Il présente l'événement historique national commémorant Dominion Telegraph Line, ainsi que les storyboards de la Station télégraphique Humboldt de 1878, Carlton Trail, George et Catherine Weldon, Humboldt Mail Station, les Métis, le Chef Whitecap et l'armée du lieutenant-colonel George Denison Camp pendant la Résistance nord-ouest de 1885.
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