Métis Capote was a knee-length wool jacket with a hood. It was made out of a single Hudson's Bay Blanket, and was commonly tied around the waist with a Métis sash.

canada Métis Capote coat was a knee-length wool jacket with a hood. It was made out of a single Hudson's Bay Blanket, and was commonly tied around the waist with a Métis sash.

Cdn Metis Arrow Sash - red represents the blood thatwas shed through the years; blue is for the depth of their spirits; green is for the fertility of a great nation; white is for the connection to the earth and the creator; yellow is for the prospect of prosperity

Metis Arrow Sash - red for blood that was shed through the years; blue for the depth of spirits; green for the fertility of a great nation; white for the connection to the earth and Creator; yellow for the prospect of prosperity

The Canadian Lynx - Looks like a snow leopard with a kitten's face!!!

The Canada lynx or Canadian lynx is a North American mammal of the cat family, Felidae. It is a close relative of the Eurasian Lynx. However, in some characteristics the Canada lynx is more like the bobcat than the Eurasian Lynx. « Cute and Amazing

Finger Weaving - Making a mini metis sash

How to make a mini métis sash.Learning the basics and the simplest pattern. However, there are various types of patterns for metis sashes.

Louis Riel, in a minute

The Métis leader recalls his struggle for his people in the moments before .

Bob, The Busy Beaver lesson- class for children -craft color -pictures

Love this detailed coloring page showing the physical characteristics and tracks of the Beaver.

1888-1889 Outfit (sash detail) worn by Charles Trick Currelly at the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto - This type of finger-woven sash, called a ceinture fléchée, was originally worn by First Nations peoples in eastern Canada. It was then adopted by French-Canadians and also by the Métis: a people of mixed European and First Nations descent. The ceinture fléchée is now considered an element of both cultures' traditional dress.

Outfit (sash detail) worn by Charles Trick Currelly at the Royal…

Maple Sugar Jiggers - belt dance, broom dance, Red River Jig... ( belt dance.. Whiskey before Breakfast ) then RED River...

The Maple Sugar Jiggers, all girl Metis dance troupe from the Fraser Valley of British Columbia, perform at the Arts Week Celebration in Maple Ridge.

Beaver Pelts, Significance in Edmonton's History | Fort Edmonton Park (+...

Beaver pelts were the "currency" of the times at Fort Edmonton, the main reason for the rise and the fall of the fur trade.

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