Acco (Carrière), Anne

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Title: Acco (Carrière), Anne
Creator: Barkwell, Lawrence
Subject: Carrière, Acco, Anne, Cumberland House
Description: Métis author, poet, oral historian, educator and conservationist, Anne (Carrière) Acco is from Cumberland House, Saskatchewan. She was born on 2 September 1940, the daughter of Agnes Nora McKenzie and Pierre Carrière. Her best-known work is Ekosi, published in 1989. Anne was a consulting elder for Métis Legacy, Volume II: Michif Culture, Heritage and Folklore. Anne Acco completed her Bachelor of Arts at the University of Ottawa at age 54. She has also served on the Interprovincial, Manitoba-Saskatchewan Sturgeon Management Board. Anne has also worked as an editor and cultural advisor for Pemmican Publications Inc. She has attended Louis Riel Institute in Winnipeg and the First Nations University (Saskatoon) as an invited guest lecturer on Métis culture.
Publisher: Louis Riel Institute
Type: Text Document
Language: English
Date of Copyright: February 26, 2009
Coverage: Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec
GDI Media Filename: Anne Acco.doc

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