John McKay, Mr. Hind's guide, a Cree Metis, MB, 1858

Hind's guide, a Cree Metis, MB, 1858 Humphrey Lloyd Hime century Silver salts on paper mounted on paper - Albumen process 17 x 13 cm

Thomas McKay in 1882. McKay was an English Métis (Country-born) actively opposed to Riel in the Northwest Resistance.  Bio/historical note: Prince Albert's municipal history began in 1885, with the election of the Honourable Thomas McKay as mayor; it was also the year that the community was incorporated as a town.SAIN Photographs

Thomas McKay in McKay was an English Metis (Countryborn) actively opposed to Riel in the Northwest Resistance.

Gentleman Joe McKay and Mistawasis on Horses - SAIN Photographs

Mistawasis or Big Child (Cree), Joseph McKay (Metis) - before 1938

James McKay (1862-1931)

Biographical sketch of a noteworthy Manitoban.

Boundary Commission Scouts and Metis hunters from the "Big Camp" July 18, 1874. Note the number of men who are wearing vests - beaded or otherwise.

Boundary Commission Scouts and Metis hunters from the "Big Camp" July Note the number of men who are wearing vests - beaded or otherwise.

Tom McKay - SAIN Photographs Mayor of Prince Albert 1885

A portrait of Thomas McKay, first mayor of Prince Albert and a political participant in many of the events of the 1885 Uprising.

George McKay (1854-1949)

Biographical sketch of a noteworthy Manitoban.

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A photographic portrait of "Gentleman" Joe McKay of Prince Albert. McKay was a Metis North West Mounted Police Scout, and held by some to have fire.

Thomas "Old Tom" Sinclair

Thomas "Old Tom" Sinclair

Thomas "Old Tom" Sinclair

Thomas "Old Tom" Sinclair

Photograph of Captain Colin Sinclair (Métis mariner, who owned and sailed his own ship in the China and East India trade), printed in Harry Shave, “The Armchair at Seven Oaks,” Winnipeg Free Press (5 October 1963).

Captain Colin Robertson Sinclair

Photograph of Captain Colin Sinclair (Métis mariner, who owned and sailed his own ship in the China and East India trade), printed in Harry Shave, “The Armchair at Seven Oaks,” Winnipeg Free Press October

C.J. Bird

Hon. Dr. Curtis James Bird, St. Paul’s (Middlechurch)

C.J. Bird

Dr. John McLoughlin... Oregon City history... creepy-looking dude.

creepy-looking dude.

Cuthbert Grant Jr., portrait, at about age 19 (Métis, b. c. 1793, Fort de la Rivière Tremblante [near Kamsack, SK]; died 1854 at St. Francois Xavier Parish) NWC career, principal settler, farmer, buffalo hunter, warden, justice of the peace, HBC Councillor of Assiniboia. Source: Wikimedia; from Dictionary of Canadian Biography.

Cuthbert Grant n. Famous Metis leader who led NWCo. Métis fighters against HBCo. settlers in the 1816 Battle of Seven Oaks.

The Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture

The Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture

A photo of an unidentified woman in Angus McKay's garden at La Ronge. Taken during the journey of Christina Bateman and Annie McKay from Prince Albert to La Ronge, SK in 1919.

A photo of an unidentified woman in Angus McKay's garden at La Ronge. Taken during the journey of Christina Bateman and Annie McKay from Prince Albert to La Ronge, SK in

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