Church near village of Batoche



located near village of Batoche



Church at Batoche -  24 kb


This is the actual church which Riel and the Metis used during the Rebellion. Due to its age, at this time it needs two cables in order to keep it standing. You can see the black strip on the side, between the roof and the middle windows. Cables from the ground are attached to both ends of that stip on both sides of the church.




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First posted at Geocities: July 12, 2000, then transfered to this file on July 4, 2002.
2002 Brian M. Brown All rights reserved.   All photographs are marked with almost invisible identifiers.