The Red Sash is a picture book about the history of the fur trade in Canada. It tells of the relationship between the First Nations First Nations, and the Métis people of Canada, and the French Canadian voyageurs on a fur trading post in the 1800's.

The Red Sash is a picture book about the history of the fur trade in Canada. It tells of the relationship between the First Nations First Nations, and the Métis people of Canada, and the French Canadian voyageurs on a fur trading post in the

Metis Beadwork: Characteristics and Technical Aspects

Metis Beadwork: Characteristics and Technical Aspects - Read online for free. Metis Beadwork: A description of how the Metis do their beadwork, includes specifics on design and technique.

Design and Patterns in Metis Beadwork

Metis Beadwork: Beading patterns and designs from the Louis Riel Institute archive.

The History of Octopus Bags | Scribd

This essay describes the origins and construction of Metis Octopus Bags and their place in Metis culture. This is part of a series on Metis beadwork. See also the Artistry of Gary Johnson.

Louis Riel Photos Show Up At Australian Auction: Two sleds pulled by dogs at the Red River Settlement.

University of Manitoba - Libraries - Two Carioles Drawn by Dogs, location and date unknown.

metis beadwork | ... by Plains Cree Metis Nation multimedia artist Jude Tatakwan Norris

prosperity pony artwork - contemporary Native American digital collage by Tatakwan

Collections Search Center, Smithsonian Institution. Ornament, Horse Trapping. Sioux Upper Missouri River? Metis? 1859.

Collections Search Center, Smithsonian Institution. Ornament, Horse Trapping. Sioux Upper Missouri River? Metis? 1859.

Metis Coat Пальто, Метисы. Деталь. Период 1825-1850. Коллекция Warnock. Длина 122 см. Из частного музея Швейцарии. Alexander Gallery Epic Fine Arts Co./Masco Corp. Splendid Heritage.

Metis Coat Пальто, Метисы. Деталь. Период 1825-1850. Коллекция Warnock. Длина 122 см. Из частного музея Швейцарии. Alexander Gallery Epic Fine Arts Co./Masco Corp. Splendid Heritage.

David Garneau - "May Tea?" - "Edmonton-based Metis artist David Garneau drew on the influence of comic illustrations for this painting. It shows a man saying "May Tea?" as though it were a question, depriving it of its meaning, and holding a hand to his neck in a reference to the hanging of Louis Riel."

In a previous post, I described what it is like as an Alberta Métis to come to Quebec and realise that ‘Métis’ does not mean the same thing here. I’m not a shut-in…I realis…

Metis Wolf Willow Necklaces: Wolf Willow seeds are used by Aboriginal artisans in decorative arts, as beads for beading, as a food and as medicine.

Metis Wolf Willow Necklaces: Wolf Willow seeds are used by Aboriginal artisans in decorative arts, as beads for beading, as a food and as medicine.

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