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Costume of a voyageur or coureur des bois - my great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandfather Francois Pelletier dit Antaya was a coureur des bois

Coureur de bois

Fort Smith woman designs new NWT Métis sash

Fort Smith woman designs new NWT Métis sash

Fort Smith woman designs new Métis sash By SAMANTHA STOKELL, SRJ Reporter 27.OCT.09 Lisa Hudson has only weaved two sashes and one of them will now identify Métis people in the Northwest Territories. The NWT Métis Nation (NWTMN) had talked about creating a distinctive sash for years and wanted something unique for its members. The NWTMN called for submissions in June and selected Hudson's sash at a September meeting. Her sash encompasses the many unique features of the NWT landscape. More…

Manitoba - Métis jig The traditional dance of the Métis people was the Red River Jig. American Folk Songs, Red River Valley, Religion, Fur Trade, Canadian History, Native American Indians, Native Americans, First Nations, Nativity

The Metis: Religion / Ceremonies / Art / Clothing

Metis First people of Canada.

Hymn Metis

Video Hymn Metis

“Today, we honour the legacy of Louis Riel and the contributions of towards making Canada a better place History Class, Teaching History, World History, Indigenous Education, Aboriginal Education, Canadian History, Canadian Facts, Canadian Things, All About Canada

Social Studies | Louis Riel Day | Manitoba Education

Curriculum and resources for Social Studies

The Metis are the descendents of the European traders, and the native women Native American Ancestry, Native American History, American Indians, Aboriginal History, Aboriginal Culture, Canadian History, First Nations, Historical Photos, Family History
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The Metis are the descendents of the European traders, and the native women

Index: Native – First Peoples – Metis [CDN Marriage Extracts] Core Index: First Peoples Genealogy & History Latest Updates May 2020 Babakwe, Antoine

VIEW-2031.3 | Red River cart and Métis camp, Qu'Appelle, SK, 1889

Frog Lake Massacre newspaper clipping. Canada Canadian French, Tammy Love, Government Of Canada, Western Canada, America And Canada, Love Days, First Nations, Wild West, American Indians
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Frog Lake Massacre newspaper clipping. Canada

Plan of Position at Battle of Batoche May 1885 [From: The Canadian Pictorial and Illustrated War News, 27 June p. See also SAB - SAIN Photographs

Plan of Position at Battle of Batoche May 12th 1885 - SAIN Photographs

Sketch of location of the Battle of Batoche.

An example of Metis Scrip given to the head of a family Indigenous People Of Canada, American Indians, Native American, June 22, Red River, First Nations, My People, Ancestry, Family History

An example of Metis Scrip given to the head of a family

Metis, oxcarts, date and location unknown. Métis bull trains were a common means of freighting goods throughout the northern plains. Third Street, Fur Trade, Red River, Mountain Man, First Nations, Rocky Mountains, American Indians, North America, Old Things
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Metis, oxcarts, date and location unknown. Métis bull trains were a common means of freighting goods throughout the northern plains. JE