Tourond, Josephte

Title: Tourond, Josephte
Subject: Resistance, Batoche, Tourond, Josephte, Caron, Marguerite, Women
Description: The Métis women at Batoche, Josephte (Paul) Tourond (1831-1928) (pictured in the photograph in front of Edmond and Berthe Boyer’s home at Batoche) and Marguerite (Dumas) Caron were of Cree or Ojibway and French Canadian origin. They still spoke Cree or Saulteaux and practiced traditional medicine. They remained between two worlds and were forced to resort to war to defend their freedom and homeland in 1870 and 1885. Their persistence and pride ensured that Batoche remained a Métis community. Source: Brenda Boyer-Percell. This image must not be reproduced. The original source of this image is with Estelle Boyer.
Publisher: Gabriel Dumont Institute
Date: ca. 1890s
Type: Image
Date of Copyright: November 21, 2008; Revised, November 23, 2022
Coverage: Batoche
GDI Media Filename: Josephte La veuve Tourond.jpg

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Category Fleury, Rose
Category Batoche, SK
Category Boyer (Percell), Brenda