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Dispossession vs. Accommodation in Plaintiff vs. Defendant Accounts of Métis Dispersal from Manitoba, 1870-1881

Sprague, D.N.. 1991. Dispossession vs. Accommodation in Plaintiff vs. Defendant Accounts of Métis Dispersal from Manitoba, 1870-1881. Prairie Forum, 16(2). [ 137-156 ]
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From 'One Nation' in the Northeast to 'New Nation' in the Northwest: A Look at the Emergence of the Métis

Dickason, Olive P.. 1993. "From 'One Nation' in the Northeast to 'New Nation' in the Northwest: A Look at the Emergence of the Métis." In: The New Peoples: Being and Becoming Métis in North America, edited by J. Peterson and Jennifer S.H. Brown. Winnipeg:University of Manitoba Press. [ pp. 19-36. Manitoba Studies in Aboriginal History, No. 1 ].

Government Lawlessness in the Administration of Manitoba Land Claims, 1870-1887

Sprague, D.N.. 1980. Government Lawlessness in the Administration of Manitoba Land Claims, 1870-1887. Manitoba Law Journal 10: 415-441.

Histoire thématique du Manitoba français et métis

Blay, Jacqueline. 2012. Histoire thématique du Manitoba français et métis. Saint-Boniface :Vidacom.

Histoire véridique des faits qui ont préparé le mouvement des Métis à la Rivière Rouge en 1869

Dugas, Georges. 1905. Histoire véridique des faits qui ont préparé le mouvement des Métis à la Rivière Rouge en 1869. Montréal:Librairie Beauchemin.
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Home from the Hill: A History of the Métis in Western Canada

McLean, Donald G.. 1987. Home from the Hill: A History of the Métis in Western Canada. Regina:Gabriel Dumont Institute.
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Homeland to Hinterland: Political Transition in Manitoba, 1870 to 1879

Friesen, Gerald. 1979. Homeland to Hinterland: Political Transition in Manitoba, 1870 to 1879. Canadian Historical Association Papers.
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Homeland to Hinterland: The Changing world of the Red River Métis

Ens, Gerhard. 1996. Homeland to Hinterland: The Changing world of the Red River Métis. Toronto:University of Toronto Press.

Indians in the Fur Trade: Their role as trappers, hunters, and middlemen in the lands south-west of Hudson Bay, 1670-1870

Ray, Arthur. 1974. Indians in the Fur Trade: Their role as trappers, hunters, and middlemen in the lands south-west of Hudson Bay, 1670-1870. Toronto:University of Toronto Press.