Canadian History Project: Manitoba Joins Confederation http://www.canadahistoryproject.ca/1870/index.html
Canada a People's History: The Northwest Rebellion: http://www.cbc.ca/history/SECTIONSE1EP10CH4LE.html
Collections Canada, "Louis Riel." : http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/confederation/023001-4000.61-e.html
Linder, Douglas, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law "Famous Trials: Louis Riel Trial 1885.":http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/riel/riel.html
Metis Nation of Ontario, "Louis Riel" http://www.metisnation.org/culture--heritage/louis-riel
University of Saskatchewan, "Northwest Resistance Digitization Project" http://library.usask.ca/northwest/
Annotated Bibliography Instructions
Every source you use must have an annotation. An annotation includes: an assessment of the source’s reliability, a summary of the sources main idea or argument, and how you intend to use the source’s information.
The bibliography must be in Chicago style and listed in alphabetical order according to author.
1: Introduce the source. Is it a primary source or secondary source? Is it a textbook, article, interview, online encyclopedia etc? Who is the author? What are their credentials? When was it written?
2: What is the main idea or argument? What evidence or details does the source provide to support the main idea or argument?
3: What are the overall strengths of the source to your essay? How will you use the source? What are the overall weaknesses/limitations to the source? Are there gaps in the information/evidence? Is there a clear bias or point of view?