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.
The historic Metis community of Wabassimong, Saulteaux Village also known as ...
Metis scrip applications from The Pas, Manitoba under the Dominion Lands Act.
The Crescent Lake Metis community is profiled.
Development of the Metis community of Tanner's Crossing, Mb., named for John ...
A description of Moose Jaw and the Metis from that location who made scrip ap...
St. Joseph, a historic fur trade community on the Pembina River is profiled.
The historic Metis community of Lac la Biche, on a well-known voyageur portag...
Metis from Fort Resolution who applied for scrip.
A description of Medicine Hat and the Metis from that location who made scrip...
The University of Winnipeg and the Louis Riel Institute are doing a study of ...
Grants House, Aspin House: Historic Metis Community. NWC post built in 1791.
The historic Metis settlement at Pembina is described.
A brief description of the Metis settlement at Tail Creek and Boss Hill. A li...
A profile of the Metis road allowance community of Willow Flats at Yellowknif...
The historic Metis community of Lac la Biche is described.
HBC post established by Metis trader Charles Isham.
A historic Metis community at Buffalo Lake, Boss Hill, Grande Pointe and near...
The Metis fur trade settlement of Rat Portage (now Kenora) is documented.
Fort Alexander, fur trade post on the Winnipeg River is profiled.
Metis from Fort Chipewyan who applied for scrip under the Dominion Lands Act.
A brief history of the Green Lake Metis community and a listing of Scrip clai...
A brief history of the Metis at Michipicoten.
In 1871-72, the Metis held a series of meetings at St. Norbert (Riviere Sale)...
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