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Métis Culture: Art, Music, Traditional Crafts

Anything to do with Métis Culture including traditional crafts, art and music. I'm always excited about new ways to incorporate our culture into our modern day lives. I've got separate boards for Métis beading & embroidery, clothing and history/heritage.

Christi Belcourt 'Happiness', Métis

Janet Woppumnaweskum, Métis woman; Rupert's House, ca 1869. Bernard Rogan Ross Black & White Print Archives of Ontario

Holiday Cards 2012 - Dawn Oman - Save the Children Canada

May | 2010 | Aaron Paquette Network; raven hudsons bay blanket

May | 2010 | Aaron Paquette Network

Artistic Environments: Happy National Aboriginal Day!!!! Beautiful Aboriginal Maiden Paintings

the-diner-s-club-no-reservations-required; Jim Logan appropriating Edouard Manet's Luncheon on the Grass from 1862.

NB1005 The Ties That Bind Generations Nathalie Bertin

A Name for a Metis by Deborah L. Delaronde; link to website for great additional activities for kids-wordsearch and bookmarks!

Little Métis and the Métis Sash by Deborah L. Delaronde - check out website for additional activities for kids -wordsearch and bookmarks

Flower Sack Flora by Métis author Deborah L. Delaronde - check out website for additional kids activities.

Métis Spirits by Deborarh L. Delaronde - check out website for additional kids activities.

Author Joseph Boyden - He is a Canadian with Irish, Scottish and Métis roots; book titles: Louis Riel and Gabriel Dumont; Three Day Road and Through Black Spruce

The Story of the Rabbit Dance by Jeanne Pelletier, Illustrated by J.D. Panas; translated by Rita Flamand

The Métis Culture by Holy Angels School Grade 3/4 Students; book is inspired by a presentation by Scott Carpenter to students from the North Superior Catholic District School Board.

Metis Authors, Illustrators & Stories - Pemmican Publications - Winnipeg, Manitoba

Running by Don Sawyer; Metis Authors, Illustrators & Stories - Pemmican Publications - Winnipeg, Manitoba

The Red Sash by Jean E Pendziwol, Nicloas Debon This is the story of a young Métis boy who lives near the fur trading post of Fort William, on Lake Superior, nearly 200 years ago. Published 2005

Métis Fiddler Alicia Blore (Photo by Brea Bartholet)-Metis Awareness Day at Durham College

Metis Song: Visiting was the Métis Way, by Lynn Whidden, Regina: Gabriel Dumont Institute, 1993. Because illiteracy was widespread in Métis communities in past generations, an oral storytelling tradition was used-much like other Aboriginal societies-to transmit Métis culture and history. Stories are to the Métis what books and documents are to European-based societies...