The Metis: Religion / Ceremonies / Art / Clothing

Despite a complicated relationship with the Hudson's Bay Company, Métis traders sewed four point blankets together to make Capotes like this.

The Metis: Religion / Ceremonies / Art / Clothing

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.

The Métis - A New Canadian Nation

Trade goods moved west and north, bales of fur moved south and east.

The Métis - A New Canadian Nation

Hudson Bay Company Territory 1820 to 1871

The Métis - A New Canadian Nation

Aquila Books - Original Hudson's Bay Company Calendars Publications The Beaver

The Métis - A New Canadian Nation

The Métis - A New Canadian Nation

The Métis - A New Canadian Nation

Landing of the Selkirk Settlers, Red River, 1812

The Métis - A New Canadian Nation

The Métis - A New Canadian Nation

The Métis - A New Canadian Nation

Alberta fur trader - Fur trade - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Métis - A New Canadian Nation

The Métis - A New Canadian Nation

Métis - The Buffalo Hunt

Bone Collection getting ready for shipment to the East

The Métis - A New Canadian Nation

North West Company Coat of Arms

White page with a full colour illustration and black print

White page with a full colour illustration and black print

Black and white photograph of a long, single-storey log home with several doors, and tools and implements surrounding the building

Black and white photograph of a long, single-storey log home with several doors, and tools and implements surrounding the building

Pinterest
Search