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"French Quebec and the Metis Question." In The West and the Nation

Silver, Arthur. "French Quebec and the Metis Question." In The West and the Nation. Edited by Carl Berger and Ramsey Cook. [ 91-113 ]

"Northwest Métis Claims" In: A History of Aboriginal Claims Processes in Canada, 1867-1979

Daniel, Richard C.. 1980. "Northwest Métis Claims" In: A History of Aboriginal Claims Processes in Canada, 1867-1979. Ottawa:Research Branch, Department of Indians Affairs. [ pp. 15-26 ]

A Study of Métis Ethnicity in the Red River Settlement: Quantification and Pattern Recognition in Red River Archaeology

This thesis compares artifacts from Upper Fort Garry (DlLg-21) (two samples) and western Hivernant and other historical sites dating from the 1840s-1880s, with Red River Métis cultural material from the Garden, Delorme House, and Riel House sites. Statistical analysis defined a Métis pattern but could not distinguish the Métis pattern from other samples, including those from Upper Fort Garry.
McLeod, K. David. 1985. A Study of Métis Ethnicity in the Red River Settlement: Quantification and Pattern Recognition in Red River Archaeology. Winnipeg:M.A. thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of Manitoba. [ Thesis (175pp)(UM) ]
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Canada and the Métis, 1869-1885

Sprague, D.N.. 1988. Canada and the Métis, 1869-1885. Waterloo:Wilfrid Laurier University Press. .

Catholic missionaries as agents of social change among the Metis and Indians of the Red River, 1818-1845

Gainer, Brenda J.. 1978. Catholic missionaries as agents of social change among the Metis and Indians of the Red River, 1818-1845. Carleton University. [ M.A. Thesis ]
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Chapter 9 School Textbook-Curriculum

Chapter 9 School Textbook-Curriculum.
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Conspiracy and Treason: The Red River Resistance from an Expansionist Perspective

Owram, D.. 1978. Conspiracy and Treason: The Red River Resistance from an Expansionist Perspective. Prairie Forum, 3(2): 157-174.
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Contours of a People : Metis Family, Mobility, and History

Podruchny, Carolyn, Nicole St-Onge, and Brenda Macdougall. 2012. Contours of a People : Metis Family, Mobility, and History. Norman:University of Oklahoma Press. .

Dispossession or Adaption? Migration and Persistence of the Red River Métis, 1835-1890

Ens, G.. 1988. Dispossession or Adaption? Migration and Persistence of the Red River Métis, 1835-1890. Canadian Historical Association, Historical Papers. [ p120-144 ]