Gabriel Dumont, Moise Ouellette, Michel Dumas and James Isbister, went to visited Louis Riel to ask him to lead the Métis once again.
Yes I will go back
Please Riel we need you
Louis Riel and Gabriel Dumont, Moise Ouellette, Michel Dumas and James Isbister, go to see John A. Macdonald
When we get in there sat outside the room let me handle this myself
what did you do with our land
You don't understand the situation i'm in i have to keep you guys and i have to keep the english happy this was the only way.
This is the battle at frog lake were 88 metis soilders died and lost the fight
Louis Riel thought it was essential for his job to capture Fort Carlton, Riel could only negotiate or attack. Opting for negotiation, Riel sent Charles Nolin and Ambroise Lépine to demand that Major Crozier surrender the fort to him. In return he would let Crozier and his men go free
After this happened this led to the battle of duck lake
On December 16 1884 a petition was sent to Ottawa that demanded that the settlers be given title to the lands they then occupied that the districts of Saskatchewan, Assiniboia and Alberta be granted provincial status that laws be passed to encourage the Indians and Métis to settle on the land and that the Indians would be treated better treated.