The Metis People

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Fur Brigade in a north canoe in Canada mid Fur Trade Canoe Hudson's Bay Company in Canada - Hudson's Bay Company Fur trade canoe Artist - Frances Anne Hopkins, artist, Montreal Canadian History, Native American History, American Indians, Beaver Pelt, Early Explorers, Canadian Social Studies, Fur Trade, American Frontier, Hudson Bay

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Modern Canadian History Presented in 12 Video Programs Uniquely Designed for Schools English French DVD Streaming Rights

“Charles (left) and Joseph Riel, brothers of Louis Riel.” Source: Library and Archives Canada, MIKAN no. Canadian History, Native American History, Native American Indians, Native Americans, Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal Artists, Sioux, Navajo, Fur Trade

Métis Children of Red River

Peter Rindisbacher, watercolour, "Métis family," 1826. Métis Children of Red River Little information that relates specifically to Red River Métis children has been compiled by historians — even though indications are that at any given time the children were “Pretty Numerious” [sic], and, by 1870, greater than 60% of the settlement’s population was under the age of…

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

Social Studies | Louis Riel Day | Manitoba Education

Curriculum and resources for Social Studies

Julie Lagimonière Riel (non-Aboriginal, daughter of Jean-Baptiste Lagimoniere Jr. and Marie-Anne Gaboury) with grandson Jean-Louis Riel. Canadian History, Native American History, Native American Indians, Native Americans, Canadian Prairies, Aboriginal Culture, Mystery Of History, Red River, Canada

Louis Riel and the Canadian Metis

This post is the beginning of a series which will highlite communities of mixed-race people around the globe! Here we go! We will start in Canada, where half of my family is from. In fact Louis Riel was hung for treason in the town where my grandpa grew up. Also I'm fairly certain that I…

Louis David Riel (the son of Louis Riel Sr. and Julie Lagimodiere; and the husband of Marguerite Monet dit Bellehumeur) - Chipewyan/French Canadian (aka Métis) - 1884 I Am Canadian, Canadian History, Native American History, Native American Indians, Canadian Things, Fur Trade, America And Canada, Mountain Man, Native Art

Louis David Riel (the son of Louis Riel Sr. and Julie Lagimodiere; and the husband of Marguerite Monet dit Bellehumeur) - Chipewyan/French Canadian (aka Métis) - 1884

louis riel essay 95 best Metis Cree /from Manitoba.my family heritage/paquette . Indigenous Education, Indigenous Art, Canadian Identity, Aboriginal Art, Aboriginal Education, Native Symbols, Smash Book Inspiration, Native Quotes, Back Art

Andres Musta: "My people will sleep for 100 years, but when they awake, it will be the artists who give them their spirit back." - Louis Riel

Metis Provisional Government Council By May 1880 - The historical founders of what is now the province of Manitoba. Louis Riel is right in the centre. Canadian History, Native American History, Indigenous People Of Canada, Government Of Canada, Fur Trade, America And Canada, Birch Bark, Coal Mining, Red River

Metis Provisional Government Council By May 2nd, 1880 - The historical founders of what is now the province of Manitoba. Louis Riel is right in the centre.

A look at the Canadian and Manitoban historical figure and founder, Louis Riel, and why he is such an interesting figure to study! Across The Border, Western Canada, Canadian History, First Nations, My People, Famous Faces, Historian, Historical Photos, Old Town

Louis Riel

Title / Titre : Louis Riel Creator(s) / Créateur(s) : Unknown / Inconnu Date(s) : Unknown / Inconnu Reference No. / Numéro de référence : MIKAN 3531914 collectionscanada.gc.ca/ourl/res.php?url_ver=Z39.88-2004&... Location / Lieu : Unknown / Inconnu Credit / Mention de source : Library and Archives Canada, C-018082 / Bibliothèque et Archives Canada, C-018082

Red river rebellion essay The Red River Rebellion This Research Paper The Red River Rebellion and other term papers, college essay examples and free essays are available now on. College Essay Examples, Aboriginal Education, Saint Jean Baptiste, Government Of Canada, America And Canada, North America, Les Religions, Canadian History, Red River

Louis Riel, 1844-1885 - Chef des Métis dans les Prairies canadiennes. Il est le fondateur du Manitoba. Il sera pendu pour trahison après avoir mené les Rébellions du Nord-Ouest qui visaient a améliorer les conditions des Métis en Saskatchewan.

My favourite image of Gabriel Dumont. He's holding his rifle "Le Petit" and looks like he's been surprised by the photographer. "A plug felt hat was set low over his brow, his deep-set eyes missing nothing. Government Of Canada, Deep Set Eyes, Canadian History, Images And Words, Red River, Le Far West, Mountain Man, My Favorite Image, Culture

Gabriel Dumont

My favourite image of Gabriel Dumont. He's holding his rifle "Le Petit" and looks like he's been surprised by the photographer. "A plug felt hat was set low over his brow, his deep-set eyes missing nothing."

Louis Riel was born in St.Boniface at the Red River Settlement during November of Riel was the eldest among his ten siblings. He was raised by two dedicated parents, Louis Riel Sr. and Julie. Canadian French, Canadian History, Baie St Paul, Canada 150, Virtual Museum, Red River, First Nations, Real People, Historical Photos

Hon. Pierre Poitras, Baie St. Paul and Prairie du Cheval Blanc

Link to Existing Biography: Lawrence Barkwell http://www.scribd.com/doc/34218641/Legislative-Assembly-of-Assiniboia Preliminary Biographical Notes: Pierre Poitras was born in 1810 to André Poitras (Canadian) and his wife, Marguerite Grant (possibly a Métis daughter of Cuthbert Grant Sr. -- a fur trader with the North West Company, who was originally of Strathspey, Scotland -- and a woman of the Qu’Appelle…

 (père) (July 1817 – January was a farmer, miller, Métis leader, and the father of Louis Riel. Native Canadian, January 21, July 7, Red River, First Nations, Ancestry, Quebec, Family History, Farmer

Louis Riel Sr. (père) (July 7, 1817 – January 21, 1864) was a farmer, miller, Métis leader, and the father of Louis Riel.

Squeaky wheels - one of the signature characteristics of the Red River ox carts that hauled bison furs from the Dakota Territory to St. Indigenous People Of Canada, Bullock Cart, Indian Saints, Chuck Wagon, Canadian History, Red River, First Nations, American Indians, The Originals

Squeaky Wheels of the Red River Carts

Squeaky wheels - one of the signature characteristics of the Red River ox carts that hauled bison furs from the Dakota Territory to St. Paul...