Blood Upon Our Land: The North West Resistance Diary of Josephine Bouvier is a fictional diary in the Dear Canada series. The book was Maxine Trottier's third for the series. It was published in January 2009.
- "For Bill and Kelly"
- "Le 30 avril 1885
The thought of no food is frightening, but so is the fact that there is little ammunition for the guns of our soldiers, though we hear that many of the women have been melting down their pots and making as many bullets as they can. Adrian and Papa are well armed, but some of our men have only old-fashioned muskets or duck guns. They are good enough for hunting, but if you are
hunting menI must not think of people that way. Middleton's army has modern guns. They have cannon and something called a Gatling gun. Edmond says that the Gatling gun spits out bullets, hundreds and hundreds in less than a minute. Compared to those soldiers, we may as well be armed with brooms."
- Main article: List of Blood Upon Our Land characters
- Main article: Maxine Trottier
- "Thanks to Barbara Hehner for her careful checking of the manuscript, to Lawrence Barkwell of the Louis Riel Institute and author of Metis Legacy Vol. I, Metis Legacy Vol. II, La Lawng: Michif Peekishkwewin, Vols. I & II, Batoche 1885: The Militia of the Metis Liberation Movement and Women of the 1885 Resistance, for lending his expertise re Louis Riel and the Resistance. Our thanks also to Tyrone Tootoosis for checking the Cree glossary; Bruce Flamont, one of the last remaining Michif speakers, for checking the Michif terms and glossary and commenting on the manuscript; and Martine Faubert for checking the French words and glossary. Our thanks also to Dr. Bill Waiser, author of Saskatchewan: A New History and other historical books, for his helpful input."
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