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A Pictorial History of the Métis and Non-Status Indian in Saskatchewan

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Title: A Pictorial History of the Métis and Non-Status Indian in Saskatchewan
Creator: Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission, Ruest, Agnes M.
Subject: Métis, Non-Status Indians, Saskatchewan, Biographies
Description: This booklet, published in 1976, contains numerous small biographies of Métis and Non-Status Indians from Saskatchewan. Biographies include those of Cuthbert Grant, Louis Riel Sr., Alexander Kennedy Isbister, Henry Budd, Louis ``David`` Riel, Gabriel Dumont, Madeleine Welkey Dumont, Maxime Lepine, Pierre Parenteau, Xavier Lentendre dit Batoche, Charles Eugene Boucher, John Alexander MacKay, Joseph Octave Nolin, Malcolm F. Norris, J. P. ``Jim`` Brady, Joe Amyotte,Jim Sinclair, Adam Cuthand, Rose McKay Boyer, Nora Ouellette Thibodeau, Howard Adams, Norman MacAuley, and Maria Campbell. This booklet can only be used for research purposes and any further use requires the express written permission of the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission.
Publisher: Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission, Association of Métis and Non-Status Indians of Saskatchewan
Date: December 1976
Type: Text Document
Date of Copyright: October 26, 2010
Coverage: Saskatchewan
GDI Media Filename: A Pictorial History of the Metis and Non-Status Indian in Saskatchewan.PDF

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