|Subject:||Nanabush, Nanabozho, Wesakechak, Ti Jean, Chi Jean, Tricksters, Folklore, Pelletier, Jeanne|
This document is a series of three stories by Jeanne Pelletier of the three Métis tricksters, Nanabush, Wiisakaychak, and Chi Jean. These stories are a continuation of her story, ``How Michif was Lost,`` which appears in the Gabriel Dumont Institute book, ``Stories of Our People: A Métis Graphic Novel Anthology.``
Jeanne Pelletier is a Métis Elder who lives in Yorkton, Saskatchewan. She is the author of the Gabriel Dumont Institute book, ``The Story of the Rabbit Dance,” and was a contributing storyteller to the Institute`s ``Stories of Our People: A Métis Graphic Novel Anthology.`` The first woman Métis dance caller in Canada, Jeanne has promoted traditional Métis dance for decades. She was also the narrator and dance caller of the instructional video, ``Steps in Time: Traditional Métis Dance,” which appears on this site. The DVD, ``Steps in Time Two,” is available for sale on the Institute`s ecommerce site.
|Abstract:||This story, written by Jeanne Pelletier, is the intellectual property of the author. It can be read and cited in academic purposes only. For any other use, Jeanne Pelletier and/or her successors’ written permission is required.|
|Date of Copyright:||April 8, 2013|
|GDI Media Filename:||Three Cousins, Jeanne Pelletier.pdf|