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First Metis Families of Quebec, 1622-1748. Volume I: 56 Families by Gail Morin. $32.95

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News | St. Albert Gazette Finding family roots may mean finding yourself Metis genealogists search through family myths

Metis family in Red River cart. Date: 1879 Remarks: "Harper's Monthly", June 1879, page 21. Original in Glenbow Library.

A photograph of a Metis? man with a Cree? woman and her child standing outside a teepee. Picture possibly taken by George Mann family who worked with Cree people in Onion Lake, Saddle Lake and Hobbema reserves between 1883 and 1916.

History of My People by AaronPaquette.deviantart.com on @deviantART - Art by Métis (First Nations) artist Aaron Paquette: "Painted for my Travelling Exhibit with the Art Gallery of Alberta, this piece represents some of the various aspects of my family history and the history of Canada. From the Norse landing at L'Anse aux Meadows, Newfoundland, to the melding of two northern cultures, and the emergence of the halfbreed, or Metis people, it is a tour across blood and centuries."