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The Metis: Religion / Ceremonies / Art / Clothing, a Hudson's Bay blanket cut into a coat Native American Clothing, Native American Beading, Native American Fashion, Native American History, Native American Indians, American Apparel, Mountain Man Rendezvous, Hudson Bay Blanket, Blanket Coat

The Metis: Religion / Ceremonies / Art / Clothing

The Metis: Religion / Ceremonies / Art / Clothing, a Hudson's Bay blanket cut into a coat

Bannock is a type of bread made with a combination of Scottish bread and Indian fry bread that could be baked in an oven, cooked in a skillet over a fire or fried. Bannock is easy to make and transport, whilst being long lasting and filling. Bannock Bread, Bannock Recipe, Biscuit Mix, Biscuit Recipe, American Food, American Recipes, Native American, American Dishes, American Pride

The Métis - Food / Hunting / Tools

Bannock (bread)- The Métis ate a lot of ‘bannock’. Bannock was a combination of Scottish bread and Indian fry bread that could be baked in an oven, cooked in a skillet over a fire, or fried. The benefit of bannock was that it was easy to make and transport. It also lasted a long time without spoiling, and was quite filling. The Métis harvested wild turnips, peeled and dried them, and then pounded them into flour for use in the bannock. They also traded with the HBC and NWC for flour.

Princess Eleonore, second wife of Ernst Ludwig of Hesse with their infant son and one of his sons from his first marriage Navajo, Princess Alice, Canadian History, European History, Western Canada, Grand Duke, Virtual Museum, Red River, American War

The Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture

In the golden age of the Métis Nation, circa 1816-1869, the Métis traversed the landscape of present-day Western Canada and the American Great Plains in Red River Carts. In fact, among the First Nations, the Métis were known as “Half-Wagon Men” in the common Plains sign language because of their extensive use of Red River carts for trading and resource gathering purposes.

Cdn Metis Arrow Sash - red represents the blood thatwas shed through the years… Native Art, Native American Art, American Indians, Finger Weaving, West Lafayette, Fur Trade, Canadian History, Indigenous Art, Aboriginal Art

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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

Out of Quebec, Fur trade explorer La Vérendrye at Lake of the Woods, [now northern Ontario] by Arthur H. Fur-trading tradition and the birth of the Métis Nation. Canadian History, Canadian Art, American History, Quebec, Religion, Fur Trade, Jean Baptiste, American Frontier, Colonial America

Articles | Encyclopédie du patrimoine culturel de l'Amérique française – histoire, culture, religion, héritage

The Encyclopedia of French Cultural Heritage in North America! As you browse the site, you will learn about the heritage of French-speaking North America, as well as about its history and diversity

Native American Survival Techniques that endure the test of time for hundreds of years and able to fight every problems nature hurled at them. The full guide to teaching you hunting,fishing, fighting, making survival tools, medical remedies and more. Native American Totem, Native American Wisdom, Native American Indians, Native Americans, Canadian History, American History, Folk, Fur Trade, Indian Tribes

Canada A Country by Consent: Manitoba Joins Confederation: The Métis

Metis Guide-The Métis developed a unique way of life which blended European and native cultures. Some lived in cabins and did a little farming, but most lived a nomadic life, following the buffalo herds and living in tents.

Manitoba - Métis jig The traditional dance of the Métis people was the Red River Jig. American Folk Songs, Red River Valley, Religion, Fur Trade, Canadian History, Native American Indians, Native Americans, First Nations, Images

The Metis: Religion / Ceremonies / Art / Clothing

Métis jig The traditional dance of the Métis people was the Red River Jig. Website could be good resource

Louis Riel, Metis leader of the Red River Rebellion and Northwest Rebellion in Manitoba and Saskatchewan in the late He was exiled from Canada and still managed to find time to help found the province of Manitoba. Also, he was convicted of treason a John Kennedy, Banff, Red River Rebellion, British Columbia, San Antonio, Wilfrid Laurier, Canadian Prairies, Canadian History, Native Canadian

FUCK YEAH HISTORY CRUSHES

To the men and women that stay up with you on those late, assiduous nights, coaxing you into an awe....

Drying moose meat in preparation for pemmican - Ile-a-la-Cross, Saskatchewan. Native American Images, Native American History, Native American Indians, Native Americans, Moose Meat, Pioneer Life, Native Place, Saskatchewan Canada, Canada 150

The Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture

Drying moose meat in preparation for pemmican Ile-a-la-Cross n.d. THE VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF MÉTIS HISTORY AND CULTURE.

Cory Poitras and sister, Kelsey Poitras jigging at Metis crossing 2007 He jigs and plays fiddle same time Black Canadians, Government Of Canada, Aboriginal People, Canadian History, Red River, Mountain Man, Native Indian, Stories For Kids, First Nations

Metis Anthem

Many Metis in the Red River Area have adopted this song as their Metis Anthem song. We wish to thank the lady who originally wrote and sang it. I believe she...

Métis Fur Trader c. Settled by Canadian trappers of French and First Nations (Native American) heritage, Carondolet was incorporated into the city of St. Louis in the century. San Antonio, Aboriginal People, Aboriginal Art, Religion, Fur Trade, Canadian History, Canada, Mountain Man, France

Mixed blood Fur trader 1870 - Métis people (Canada) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Riel Rebellion: The Battle of Batoche 1885 ~ Gabriel Dumont Canadian French, Canadian History, Red River Rebellion, Western Canada, British Men, Forts, First Nations, My People, Native Americans

The Riel Rebellion: The Battle of Batoche 1885

The Riel Rebellion: The Battle of Batoche 1885 ~ Gabriel Dumont

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