GRANT, CUTHBERT (d. 1854) - Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online
A profile of the noted Metis author, playwrite and educator, Maria Campbell. ...
The historic Metis community of Ste. Madeleine, Manitoba is profiled.
A profile of Metis Elder Rita Flamand of Camperville, Manitoba. See also the ...
The Metis men of the Palliser Expedition are profiled.Revised October 17, 2013.
Marriages: 1725 to 1837.
A pictorial record of the mission where Louis Riel taught school.
Baie St. Paul, "Wabassimong" or Saulteaux Village and the scrip applications ...
The Metis Road Allowance community of Hill 57, Great Falls, Montana.
A description of Fort QuAppelle and listing of Metis who filed for scrip unde...
Fort de la Riviere Tremblante also known as Grants House and Aspen House is p...
The Metis fur trade settlement of Rat Portage (now Kenora) is documented.
A profile of the Kelly Lake Metis Settlement in British Columbia.
Fort Langley was established by James McMillan in 1827.
A description of Moose Jaw and the Metis from that location who made scrip ap...
A brief history of the Metis fur trade community at Saugeen at the mouth of t...
Grants House, Aspin House: Historic Metis Community. NWC post built in 1791.
HBC post established by Metis trader Charles Isham.
Metis scrip applications from Prairie Ronde and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
Metis from Manitoba House who applied for scrip.
A historic Metis settlement on the North Saskatchewan River in Alberta.
See related article: Rooster Town and the Crescentwood, Fort Rouge Areas of M...
Lanes Post was on the Assiniboine River near St. Francois Xavier.
1870 Census of the Metis of White Mud River, Rat Creek and Wesbourne (Manitoba).
The March 28, 1836 Metis Census in Sault Ste. Marie and area.
The history of an historic Metis community, now known as Ste. Agathe, Manitob...
Provisions for a Reserve for the Sac and Fox Metis under the 1824 Treaty.
Provisions for a Reserve for the Metis of Kansas under the Kaw Treaty of 1826.
Weak City, a Metis road allowance community near Charleswood, Manitoba is pro...
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