Collection by Douglas Hixt

Part of this wonderful book takes place in Chicago, including the murder of a Native man during the Chicago Democratic Convention of Native people were not to be seen or heard. Native Canadian, Canadian History, Native American History, Native American Indians, Native Americans, Places In Chicago, Native Art, Book Authors, First Nations

Metis: Mixed Blood Stories Metis: Mixed Blood Stories (9780865347915): Lynn Ponton: Books

Saulteaux/Metis man from Red River Settlement in Manitoba, Canada - 1858 Native American Print, Native American Tribes, Native Americans, Commonwealth, Aboriginal People, Canadian History, Canada, Red River, Expo

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Cory Poitras and sister, Kelsey Poitras jigging at Metis crossing 2007 He jigs and plays fiddle same time Black Canadians, Government Of Canada, Aboriginal People, Canadian History, Red River, Mountain Man, Native Indian, Stories For Kids, First Nations

Metis Anthem

Many Metis in the Red River Area have adopted this song as their Metis Anthem song. We wish to thank the lady who originally wrote and sang it. I believe she...

The Provisional Government. Red River Resistance, changing the course of Manitoba’s history. Red River Rebellion, Indian Clubs, Canadian History, Local History, Family History, Art History, Aboriginal People, Virtual Museum, Johnson And Johnson

The Red River Resistance and the Creation of Manitoba

William Henry Edward Napier, watercolour, “St. Boniface, Red River Settlement,” 1858. Source: Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1950-63-7. __________________________________________…