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The New Peoples: Being and Becoming Metis in North America (Series: Manitoba Studies in Native History 1; Contributor Ted J. Brasser--In Search of Metis Art; Jennifer S.H. Brown--Diverging Identities: the Presbyterian Metis of St. Gabriel Street, Montreal; John C. Crawford--What is Michif?: Language in the Metis Tradition; Olive Patricia Dickason--From "One Nation" in the Northeast to "New Nation" in the Northwest: a Look at the Emergence of the Metis; Verne Dusenberry--Waiting for a Day That Never Comes: the Dispossessed Metis of Montana; R. David Edmunds--Unacquainted with the Laws of the Civilized World": American Attitudes Towards the Metis Communities in the Old Northwest; John E. Foster--Some Questions and Perspectives on the Problem

Peterson, Jacqueline (editor) (Contributor Ted J. Brasser: In Search of Metis Art; Jennifer S.H. Brown: Diverging Identities: the Presbyterian Metis of St. Gabriel Street, Montreal; John C. Crawford: What is Michif?: Language in the Metis Tradition; Olive Patricia Dickason: From "One Nation" in the Northeast to "New Nation" in the Northwest: a Look at the Emergence of the Metis; Verne Dusenberry: Waiting for a Day That Never Comes: the Dispossessed Metis of Montana; R. David Edmunds: Unacquainted with the Laws of the Civilized World": American Attitudes Towards the Metis Communities in the Old Northwest; John E. Foster: Some Questions and Perspectives on the Problem of Metis Roots; John S. Long: Treaty No. 9 and Fur Trade Company Families:

ISBN 10: 0887551343 / ISBN 13: 9780887551345
Published by University of Manitoba, Winnipeg
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[0-88755-134-3] [1985], 1st printing. (Hardcover) Fine in fine dust jacket. 266pp. Photographs, illustrations, tables, maps, diagrams, index. Contributors include Ted J. Brasser (In Search of Metis Art), Jennifer S.H. Brown (Diverging Identities: the Presbyterian Metis of St. Gabriel Street, Montreal), John C. Crawford (What is Michif?: Language in the Metis Tradition), Olive Patricia Dickason (From "One Nation" in the Northeast to "New Nation" in the Northwest: a Look at the Emergence of the Metis), Verne Dusenberry (Waiting for a Day That Never Comes: the Dispossessed Metis of Montana), R. David Edmunds (" Unacquainted with the Laws of the Civilized World": American Attitudes Towards the Metis Communities in the Old Northwest), John E. Foster (Some Questions and Perspectives on the Problem of Metis Roots), John S. Long (Treaty No. 9 and Fur Trade Company Families: Northeastern Ontario's Halfbreeds, Indians, Petitioners and Metis), Trudy Nicks (Grande Cache: the Historic Development of an Indigenous Alberta Metis Population), Jacqueline Peterson (Many Roads to Red River: Metis Genesis in the Great Lakes Region, 1680-1815), Irene M. Spry (The Metis and Mixed-Bloods of Rupert's Land Before 1870), Sylvia Van Kirk (" What If Mama is an Indian?": the Cultural Ambivalence of the Alexander Ross Family). Foreword by Marcel Giraud. Locale: Alberta; Montana; Montreal; Ontario; Prairie Provinces; Rupert's Land; Western Canada. Series: Manitoba Studies in Native History 1. (Metis, Fur Trade, Metis). Bookseller Inventory # 105245

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Publisher: University of Manitoba, Winnipeg

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Edition: 1st Edition

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