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Moss bag-Annabelle2 **Lisa Shepherd** Métis

Lisa Shepherd: Commissioned by Gabriel Dumont Institute Museum, and part of their permanent collection

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

Vintage 70s Hudson Bay Capote Blanket Coat by VintageNeedleFinds,

Vintage Hudson Bay Capote Blanket Coat by VintageNeedleFinds

Metis Sash

Metis Sash we love and wear Native Canadian and United States Native American created native embroidery and beadwork pieces, we love Valentino's collaboration with Canada's Metis artists as inspiration for their beautiful 2016 runway pieces.

Jean-Louis and Marie-Angélique Riel, children of Louis Riel

Jean-Louis & Angelique Riel, children of Louis Riel, Winnipeg, Photo: Steele Studio

Louis David Riel with his Grandmother, was a Canadian politician, a founder of the province of Manitoba, and leader of the Métis people (an ethnic group of mixed Cree, Ojibwa, Saulteaux, French Canadian, Scottish, and English descent) of the Canadian prairies.

Louis Riel and the Canadian Metis

Julie Lagimonière Riel (non-Aboriginal, daughter of Jean-Baptiste Lagimoniere Jr. and Marie-Anne Gaboury) with grandson Jean-Louis Riel.

Metis Provisional Government Council

Metis Provisional Government Council By May 1880 - The historical founders of what is now the province of Manitoba. Louis Riel is right in the centre.

Grant's Mill by Gail Lamm, via Flickr. Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Grant's Mill by Gail Lamm, Winnipeg, Manitoba.


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