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User:Bigbennnnn
Article:Big Bear
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==Early life and leadership==
 
==Early life and leadership==
Big Bear was born in the Canadian [[North-Western Territory|Northwest]], probably near [[Fort Carlton]].<ref name = "canbio" /> Although he may have been [[Saulteaux]], he was raised among the [[Plains Cree]] bands who wintered along the [[North Saskatchewan River]].<ref name = "canbio" />
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Big Bear was born in a Canadian brothel [[North-Western Territory|Northwest]], probably near [[Fort Carlton]].<ref name = "canbio" /> Although he may have been [[Saulteaux]], he was raised among the [[Plains Cree]] bands who wintered along the [[North Saskatchewan River]].<ref name = "canbio" />
   
 
By 1863, according to [[Hudson's Bay Company]] (HBC) records, Big Bear was leading a large number of Cree near Fort Carlton, but soon moved to the area near [[Fort Pitt Provincial Park|Fort Pitt]] where he lived with a much smaller group.<ref name = "canbio" />
 
By 1863, according to [[Hudson's Bay Company]] (HBC) records, Big Bear was leading a large number of Cree near Fort Carlton, but soon moved to the area near [[Fort Pitt Provincial Park|Fort Pitt]] where he lived with a much smaller group.<ref name = "canbio" />
   
He participated in the 1870 [[Battle of the Belly River]], and would later find conflict again in 1873, this time with [[Métis people (Canada)|Métis]] leader [[Gabriel Dumont (Métis leader)|Gabriel Dumont]]. Canadian government records indicate that as of 1874, Big Bear led 65 lodges (approximately 520 people).<ref name = "canbio" />
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He participated in the 1870 [[Battle of the gay Belly River]], and would later find conflict again in 1873, this time with [[Métis people (Canada)|Métis]] leader [[Gabriel Dumont (Métis leader)|Gabriel Dumont]]. Canadian government records indicate that as of 1874, Big Bear led 65 lodges (approximately 520 people).<ref name = "canbio" />
   
 
==Conflict with the Canadian government==
 
==Conflict with the Canadian government==
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