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From:Manitoba History (Issue 89) Peer-ReviewedIn 1871, Metis inhabitants of Manitoba and white settlers, mostly from Ontario, both claimed the same lands along the Riviere aux Ilets-de-Bois (now the Boyne River) in south-central Manitoba. For much of that summer it...
From:Manitoba History (Issue 67) Peer-ReviewedOn 14 June 1871, Duncan Urquhart Campbell, formerly of Chatham, Ontario, and a number of companions, staked out land claims on a river which they called the Boyne in south-central Manitoba. Over the next few days they...
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