Red River Metis Beaded Octopus Bag ca. 1840-1860 with Floral Design on Red Trade Cloth and Wool Tass

Red River Metis Beaded Octopus Bag ca. with Floral Design on Red Trade Cloth and Wool Tassels.

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)

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

Homeland to Hinterland: The Changing Worlds of the Red River Metis in the Nineteenth Century: Gerhard Ens: 9780802078223: Amazon.com: Books

Gerhard J. Ens: Homeland to Hinterland: The Changing Worlds of the Red River Metis in the Nineteenth Century

This book has helped me with my family history, and is very helpful if your family lived in the Red River Settlement in the 1830s which is now Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

This book has helped me with my family history, and is very helpful if your family lived in the Red River Settlement in the which is now Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

Louis Riel Photos Show Up At Australian Auction

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

Louis Riel Photos Show Up At Australian Auction

University of Manitoba - Libraries - Early Homestead Building, Family, and Red River Cart Drawn by Ox

Red River Metis Fire Bag, circa 1820s: Panel bags are also known as fire bags because they were used during the Western fur trade period to hold the implements for making fire - flint and steel.

Red River Metis Fire Bag, circa Panel bags are also known as fire bags because they were used during the Western fur trade period to hold the implements for making fire - flint and steel.

Manitoba History: Faces of Old Red River

Manitoba History: Faces of Old Red River

On Louis Riel Day, as the Métis Government of Manitoba, we celebrate the achievements of this visionary Métis leader. As Manitoba's Father of Confederation, Riel forged the path that enabled us to become part of Canada. His government recognized and ensured the protection of the rights of all people - Métis, First Nations, English and French. This is a shared history all Manitobans can be proud of…

On Louis Riel Day, as the Métis Government of Manitoba, we celebrate the…

Louis Riel Photos Show Up At Australian Auction

Federal Land survey party ~ Red River ~ in defiance of Metis claims Source: Australian Auctions

Louis Riel Photos Show Up At Australian Auction

Louis Riel Photos Show Up At Australian Auction: Photo from the studio of James Penrose in which a man poses as a hunter in Metis clothing. The photo is thought to be from

Louis Riel Photos Show Up At Australian Auction

Louis Riel Photos Show Up At Australian Auction: The Dominion Land Titles Office in Winnipeg in 1872 or

Louis Riel Photos Show Up At Australian Auction

University of Manitoba - Libraries - Three First Nations Individuals at an Aboriginal Gravesite

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