There were officially no cars in 1885. But Karl Benz had actually built the very first practical automobile in late 1885. It was called the Benz Patent-Motorwagen. It had a single cylinder engine putting out .9 h.p. It had 3 wheels and was steered with a tiller. It sold for $1,000 which is equal to around $24,000 in todays 2014 money.
His first vehicle was completed in 1885.
There was a car in 1885 called the Karl Benz it is named after the guy that did it. He studied mechanical engineering and came up with four-stroke internal combustion engine. This he attached to a three-wheeled carriage, and was born the first of the modern auto mobiles
The first practical car was built by Karl Benz in Germany 1885.
driven at 1885, Not sure if it was invented in the same year though.
Louis Riel was the Metis leader during both the 1869-70 Red River Rebellion and the Northwest Rebellion of 1885.
North-West Rebellion happened on 1885-03-26.
Dumont, Riel, and Jackson where the main leaders of the NWR of 1885.
June.3, 1885. right after the battle/skirmish at Loon Lake . (which was also on June 3, 1885)
the northwest Rebellion with Louis Riel
A.I Silver has written: 'The North-West Rebellion' -- subject(s): Riel Rebellion, 1885
The Red River Rebellion occurred from the fall of 1869 to the summer of 1870. The Northwest Rebellion occurred in the spring and early summer of 1885.
There were actually two uprisings led by Louis Riel in what are now Manitoba and Saskatchewan: The Red River Rebellion of 1869 and the Northwest Rebellion of 1885.
look up William Henry Jackson on wikipedia (make sure it in the Jackson in the Northwest Rebellion) Pretty much in 1885 there was the Northwest Rebellion and Jackson was a leader with Louis Riel in it. The Northwest Rebellion is about the Metis trying to keep their rights, land and the survival of themselves.
The insurrection by the Metis in Canada lasted from March 26 to May 12, 1885.
Charles Bayer has written: 'Riel' -- subject(s): Drama, Riel Rebellion, 1885
The rebellion was prevented from being a revolution and as such served as a warning to all who would consider resisting the Canadian domination of what is today Western Canada.