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The Origins, Organization and Role of the Bison Hunt in the Red River Valley.Manitoba Archaeological Quarterly
This article discusses the impact of the fur trade on the Canadian northwest in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The problem of provisions is mentioned, with how the trader Peter Pond came into contact with the Chipewyan, in 1778, and learned to make pemmican. There are sections of the article on the fur trade posts and forts, some used by La Verendrye and his sons. The organization of the buffalo hunt is discussed; with the role of the Métis, where the hunt took place, the governing and regulations of the event and the rules of the June hunt in 1840.
The Plains Cree: Trade, Diplomacy and War 1790-1870
1988. The Plains Cree: Trade, Diplomacy and War 1790-1870. Winnipeg:University of Manitoba Press. ..
The Red River Rebellion
1996. The Red River Rebellion. Winnipeg:Watson and Dwyer. ..
The Red River Trails: Oxcart Routes Between St. Paul and Red River Settlement, 1820-1870
1979. The Red River Trails: Oxcart Routes Between St. Paul and Red River Settlement, 1820-1870. St. Paul, MN:Minnesota Historical Society. ..
The Riel and Lagimodière Families in Métis Society, 1840-1860
1977. The Riel and Lagimodière Families in Métis Society, 1840-1860. Ottawa:Parks Canada. ..
The Riel Rebellions: A Cartographic History
1979. The Riel Rebellions: A Cartographic History. Toronto:University of Toronto Press. ..
The Rise and Fall of Louis Riel and the Métis Nation: An Anthropological Account
1986. The Rise and Fall of Louis Riel and the Métis Nation: An Anthropological Account. In: 1885 and After: Aboriginal Society in Transition, edited by F.L. Barron and James B. Waldram. Regina:Canadian Plains Research Centre. [ pp. 67-78 ].