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Including documents reflecting the lives of the Metis Peoples of the Prairies.

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Belcourt, Georges-Antoine

Booklet published by Manitoba Culture, Heritage and Recreation, Historic Resources Branch.

Please recognize the attitudes expressed in these bulletins may not reflect current attitudes.

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    Bryce Dr P.H. 1907 Indian Schools Report (1907)

    This deeply disturbing report describes the health concerns which Bryce noted in his investigation of conditions in the Indian Residential Schools in 1907. 

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      Community Histories

      Belcourt, Georges-Antoine

      Booklet published by Manitoba Culture, Heritage and Recreation, Historic Resources Branch.

      Please recognize the attitudes expressed in these bulletins may not reflect current attitudes.

      PMA_2020_046795

        Belcourt, Georges-Antoine - English

        Booklet published by Manitoba Culture, Heritage and Recreation, Historic Resources Branch.

        Please recognize the attitudes expressed in these bulletins may not reflect current attitudes.

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          Manitoba Histories

          Bryce Dr P.H. 1907 Indian Schools Report (1907)

          This deeply disturbing report describes the health concerns which Bryce noted in his investigation of conditions in the Indian Residential Schools in 1907. 

          PMA_2021_053616

            Clearing the Plains - James Daschuk

            An exploration of the relationship between First Nations peoples and Colonizers in Western Canada.

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              Memoirs & Memories

              Gosselin Generations - the Elders (1880)

              A historical memoir of the Gosselins, one of Manitoba's Métis families. The family lived in the Red River district, in the Rock Lake district before disbursing throughout Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

               

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                Maps

                Manitoba Buffalo Hunting Trails (1880)

                This short article outlines the two best known trails used by the buffalo hunters as they wended their way from the Red River Settlement to the Missouri for the annual buffalo hunt.

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                  Photos & Art Work

                  The Metis of Willow Bunch

                  Written by Ron Rivard and Catherine Littlejohn, this book tells the story of the Métis families who started out in the Red River district, then moved west to Rock Lake and eventually to Willow Bunch, Saskatchewan.

                   

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