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Metis family, 1800s, names and location unknown. ['Could this possibly be near Batoche? JE]

Metis family, 1800s, names and location unknown. ['Could this possibly be near Batoche? JE]

Batoche National Historic Site - located near Rosthern, #Saskatchewan. It was the site of the last battlefield in the Northwest Rebellion of 1885.

Batoche National Historic Site - located near Rosthern, #Saskatchewan. It was the site of the last battlefield in the Northwest Rebellion of 1885.

A federal court judge ruled that Canada's Métis and non-status Indians do qualify as Indians under the 1967 Constitution Act. Laurie Graham reports on the implications of the decision at cbc.ca news

Federal Court grants rights to Métis, non-status Indians

A federal court judge ruled that Canada's Métis and non-status Indians do qualify as Indians under the 1967 Constitution Act. Laurie Graham reports on the implications of the decision at cbc.ca news

THE VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF MÉTIS HISTORY AND CULTURE-Xavier Letendre

THE VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF MÉTIS HISTORY AND CULTURE-Xavier Letendre

"Red River Cart", 16 x 20", acrylic

"Red River Cart", 16 x 20", acrylic

Red River Cart, painting by Canadian artist John Innes.  The Red River cart was a large two-wheeled cart made entirely of non-metallic materials. Often drawn by oxen, though also by horses or mules, these carts were used throughout most of the 19th century in the fur trade and in westward expansion in Canada and the United States, in the area of the Red River and on the plains west of the Red River Colony. The cart was a simple conveyance developed by Métis.

Red River Cart, painting by Canadian artist John Innes. The Red River cart was a large two-wheeled cart made entirely of non-metallic materials. Often drawn by oxen, though also by horses or mules, these carts were used throughout most of the 19th century in the fur trade and in westward expansion in Canada and the United States, in the area of the Red River and on the plains west of the Red River Colony. The cart was a simple conveyance developed by Métis.

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