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The Fur Trade -- Includes information on the fur trade.

Epoch Multimedia

Modern Canadian History Presented in 12 Video Programs Uniquely Designed for Schools English French DVD Streaming Rights

Ayla Bouvette - Metis Art - Prairie Metis Symbols

First Nation Artists

Sammy Hill – Swinomish Nation, Artist and Drum Maker Pacific Northwest artist and activist Louie Gong introduces Coast Salish art to skate shoes. Norval Morrisseau, (March 14, 1932 – December…

Metis Song: Visiting was the Métis Way, by Lynn Whidden, Regina: Gabriel Dumont Institute, 1993. Because illiteracy was widespread in Métis communities in past generations, an oral storytelling tradition was used-much like other Aboriginal societies-to transmit Métis culture and history. Stories are to the Métis what books and documents are to European-based societies...

ARCHIVED - Introduction - Voices of Métis - Our Voices, Our Stories: - Library and Archives Canada

Keeper of Stories ~ Métis History ~ (The Métis - people born of a mixture of French or Scottish fur traders and Cree, Ojibwa, Saulteaux, and Assiniboine women)

Métis History

Story of Métis people The term Métis refers to those people born of a mixture of French or Scottish fur traders and Cree, Ojibwa, Saulteaux, and Assiniboine women. The Métis in the north-west developed as a people, distinct from either Indian or European.1 During the French Era (1600-1760), intermarriage between French traders and Aboriginal women was so common that it is estimated that 40% of French-Canadians in Quebec today can claim to have at least one Aboriginal ancestor.2 Before the…

Poundmaker to Riel, 1885 | The Virtual Museum of Metis History and Culture

The Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture

Métis de la Gaspésie

Nation Métisse Autochtone Gaspésie, Bas Saint-Laurent, Îles de la Madeleine (N.M.A.G.B.S.L.I.M)

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