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Tawnshi!

On behalf of the Gabriel Dumont Institute (GDI)’s Board of Governors, Staff and Students welcome to The Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture.

GDI – in partnership with the Saskatchewan Department of Learning, the Department of Canadian Heritage’s Canadian Culture Online Program, the Canada Council for the Arts, SaskCulture, the Government of Canada and the University of Saskatchewan Division of Media and Technology – is proud to provide you with this systematic look at Métis history and culture. This project is the culmination of years of research gathering and resource production and is based on the Institute’s resolute desire to ensure that the Métis have their own stories told in a medium, which is user-friendly, free and accessible to all those interested in Métis history and culture.

This website is the most comprehensive attempt to chronicle traditional Métis history and culture on the World Wide Web and contains a wealth of primary documents – oral history interviews, photographs and various archival documents – in visual, audio and video files. In addition, many of our proven resources such as Steps in Time and Gabriel Dumont: Métis Legend have also been added to this site. Finally, new material, suitable for general information and for educators, has also been commissioned for The Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture.

This is an “evolving” website, which means that it will be continually updated as new files are added to it. If you have any comments, questions or concerns about this website please direct them to metismuseum@gdi.gdins.org.

At this time, GDI would like to thank all the Métis community people, who are too numerous to name, for submitting photographs, writing support letters, donating archival material, providing encouragement, writing, editing and preparing files for the website, and for preparing audio and visual files. This project is very much community-oriented, without their efforts there would be no Métis Virtual Museum.

Marsi,

The GDI Publishing Department

 

 
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