Frog Lake, Alberta

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Frog Lake is a Cree community approximately 207 km east of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.wikipedia
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Frog Lake Massacre

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Frog Lake was the scene of the Frog Lake Massacre of which nine white men were killed by Cree Aboriginals on April 2, 1885 in the course of the North West Rebellion.
Led by Wandering Spirit, young Cree men attacked officials, clergy and settlers in the small settlement of Frog Lake in the District of Saskatchewan in the Northwest Territories on 2 April 1885.

North-West Rebellion

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Frog Lake was the scene of the Frog Lake Massacre of which nine white men were killed by Cree Aboriginals on April 2, 1885 in the course of the North West Rebellion.
On April 2, 1885, at Frog Lake, Saskatchewan (now in Alberta) a Cree raiding party led by Cree war chief, Wandering Spirit, attacked the small town.

Cree

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Frog Lake was the scene of the Frog Lake Massacre of which nine white men were killed by Cree Aboriginals on April 2, 1885 in the course of the North West Rebellion. Frog Lake is a Cree community approximately 207 km east of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Edmonton

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Frog Lake is a Cree community approximately 207 km east of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

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Frog Lake is a Cree community approximately 207 km east of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Heinsburg

Heinsburg, Alberta
It is located 11 km northeast of the Hamlet of Heinsburg and 13 km southwest of the Fishing Lake Metis Settlement.

Fishing Lake Metis Settlement

Fishing Lake
It is located 11 km northeast of the Hamlet of Heinsburg and 13 km southwest of the Fishing Lake Metis Settlement.

Indian reserve

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Frog Lake has a reserve population of approximately 1,000 residing on-reserve.

White people

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Frog Lake was the scene of the Frog Lake Massacre of which nine white men were killed by Cree Aboriginals on April 2, 1885 in the course of the North West Rebellion.

Indigenous peoples in Canada

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Frog Lake was the scene of the Frog Lake Massacre of which nine white men were killed by Cree Aboriginals on April 2, 1885 in the course of the North West Rebellion.

Municipal corporation

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