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File:Louis Riel.jpg

English: Louis Riel, after a carte de visite from 1884.
Date The University of Manitoba claims 1870, but the Virtual Métis Museum states 1884, which is more credible, given that the photographer came to Winnipeg only in 1880.
Source Immediate image source for this post-processed version was probably . See File:LouisRiel1870.jpg for the original. The University of Manitoba states that engraver Octave-Henri Julien (1852-1908) was believed to have used the carte de visite for an engraving published in The Canadian Illustrated News, so possibly this digital image was derived from that newspaper publication.
Author Photographer: I. Bennetto & Co. (Israel Bennetto, 1860-1946 )
(possibly) Engraver: Octave-Henri Julien (1852-1908)
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Public domain This Canadian work is in the public domain in Canada because its copyright has expired due to one of the following:
1. it was subject to Crown copyright and was first published more than 50 years ago, or

it was not subject to Crown copyright, and

2. it is a photograph that was created prior to January 1, 1949, or
3. the creator died more than 50 years ago.
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