Metis Bill of Rights-Difference

How was the 1884 bill of rights different from the 1869 list of rights?

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  1. Try some of the following links for information:

    http://search.yahoo.com/search?fr=mcafee&p=How+was+the+1884+bill+of+rights+different+from+the+1869+list+of+rights%3F+

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  2. I did. But I still can't find any information. The Metis bill of rights were created to adress the grievances of the metis and form the basis of a new province in the Northwest. The 1869 list of rights included settlers problems too.

    Please help. I need more differerences than this. ANd Im having a tough time.

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