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Battle Of Fish Creek
Updated: 4/17/2020
Battle Of Fish Creek
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  • On April 24, 1885, A Scout Of The Canadian Goverernment Spotted The Camp Of Louis Riel's Men
  • Once The Men Realized They've Been Spotted, General Gabriel Dumont Pursued The Scout
  • The Battle Of Fish Creek Took Place On April, 24, 1885. This Battle Occured Because Of The North-West Rebbellion Lead By Louis Riel. If Gabriel Dumont (Metis Leader Like Riel) Hadn't Pushed Back The Canadian Army During This Battle, Their Defeat Would Be Much Quicker.
  • Dumont Chased The Scout All The Way Back To The Canadian Army's Base. He Then Retreated Back To His Defenses
  • Dumont Returned To His Base Stating That The Canadian Army Knew Their Position. Dumont Decided To Take Offensive Action.
  • Weeee!
  • After A While, Dumont And His Force Pushed Back The Canadian Army. After The Battle Was Finished, They Returned To Base.
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