Davis, Mary Rose

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Title: Davis, Mary Rose
Creator: Barkwell, Lawrence
Subject: Davis, Mary Rose, McGillis
Description: Mary Rose was the Métis daughter of Michel Davis (Nubun-ay-gar-bon) and Flavie Henry dit Allary. Mary lived both in Canada and on a tract of land north of St. John, North Dakota and many other locations. Her family roved from the banks of the Red River to those of the Missouri River, from hunting encampments on the plains to those of their friends, the Crees, Chippewas and sometimes Sioux. She was passionate about the treaty process in the USA and how it affected the Michifs down through the years.
Publisher: Louis Riel Institute
Type: Text Document
Language: English
Date of Copyright: February 26, 2009
Coverage: Canada, North Dakota
GDI Media Filename: Mary Rose Davis.pdf

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