Cree Métis Coat front c. 1874; Red River, Hide, mother of pearl buttons, silk ribbon, porcupine quill, dyes

Cree Métis coat 1874 Red River Hide, mother of pearl buttons, silk ribbon, porcupine quill, dyes 116 x 97 cm Purchase

Louis Riel's Coat - Métis beadwork - buckskin jacket

My grandfather (+) Gabriel Dumont, his father was French Isadore and his mother was Cree.was friends with Louis Riel's Coat - Métis beadwork - buckskin jacket

Chief Factor Barnston and R.M. Ballantyne at Tadoussac, 1846 by Charles Fraser Comfort courtesy of the Hudsons Bay Company.  Shows clothing that would have been introduced to James Bay Cree around same time.

The Iconic Hudson's Bay Point Blanket

Chief Factor Barnston and R. Ballantyne at Tadoussac, 1846 by Charles Fraser Comfort courtesy of the Hudsons Bay Company. Shows clothing that would have been introduced to James Bay Cree around same time.

"Half Breed Encampment," Plains Métis.  Paul Kane (1810 Mallow, Ireland–1871 Toronto, Canada)  Oil on canvas  45.8 x 74.3 cm  1849-1856  Area of Origin: Pembina River region, Manitoba, Canada or North Dakota, United States. The Honourable George William Allan Collection, Royal Ontario Museum

Paul Kane Buffalo Camp The main reason for the bison's near-demise, much like the actual demise of the Passenger Pigeon, was.

Winnipeg From St. Boniface Ferry Landing [1882]    Grant, George Monro. Winnipeg From St. Boniface Ferry Landing [pictorial work]. In: George Monro Grant. Picturesque Canada. Art Publishing, [1882], p. 286.    Image Courtesy of University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections

Winnipeg From St. Winnipeg From St. In: George Monro Grant. Art Publishing, p. Image Courtesy of University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections

Map illustrating Lord Selkirk's grant of 116,000 Square Miles,  known as Assiniboia. 1817 (Map dated 1881)

Map illustrating Lord Selkirk's grant of Square Miles, known as Assiniboia. 1817 (Map dated

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