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Jean-Baptiste Lagimodière 25 December 1778 in Chambly, Quebec – 7 September 1855 was a French Canadian trapper employed in the fur trade by the Hudson's Bay Company in Rupert's Land
Lagimodière is noted both as the grandfather of Métis leader Louis Riel, and as the husband of Marie-Anne Gaboury, the first woman of European descent to travel to and settle in the Canadian west The Lagimodières were also, in 1812, the first settlers at the Red River Colony near modern Winnipeg, Manitoba
He is portrayed by John Juliani in the 1978 film Marie-Anne
- ^ "Canadian Encyclopedia" Historica Foundation, Toronto 2011< Retrieved 31 Jan 2011>
- Biography at the Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online
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