The poster above (available in pdf form via the link) was designed and published by Government of Manitoba, department of Aboriginal and Northern Affairs, as part of the Legislative of Assembly of Assiniboia Project of 2010.
The chart below, digitally rendered by Norma Jean Hall as an independent project in 2011, links members of the Provisional Government of Assiniboia, who are listed on the periphery of the blue circle. Kinships, including parental, sibling, and relationships by marriages are indicated by the red arrows and can be traced through the genealogical information provided on individual biography pages (links are listed below the chart). While the chart is illustrative of familial interconnection among the people of Red River Settlement, it is not comprehensive. Many more connections existed than are shown.
Key to those named in the chart as members of the Provisional Government of Assiniboia:
◊ Executive (excepting those drawn from the Legislative Council)
President: Louis Riel
Chief Justice: James Ross
◊ Legislative Council
Councillors Representing Nominally French Parishes:
Baie St. Paul and Prairie du Cheval Blanc: Hon. Pierre Poitras
Ste.-Anne: Hon. Auguste Harrison
Councillors Representing Nominally English Parishes:
St. Mary’s Laprairie: Hon. William Garrioch Jr.
St. Margaret’s: Hon. John Lazarus Norquay ‘Sr.’
St. Ann’s: Hon. George Gunn
Headingly: Hon. William Auld Tait
St. James: Hon. James McKay
St. John’s: Hon. A.G.B. Bannatyne
Kildonan: Hon. William Fraser
St. Paul’s: Hon. Dr. C.J. Bird
St. Clement’s: Hon. Thomas Bunn
St. Peter’s: Hon. John Sinclair
◊ Delegates to Ottawa:
Rev. N.-J. Ritchot
◊ Clerk of the Assembly: