A Métis Studies Bibliography (2016 Edition)

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Title: A Métis Studies Bibliography (2016 Edition)
Creator: Lawrence Barkwell and Darren R. Préfontaine
Subject: Métis, Education, Resource, Bibliography
Description: This is the third Métis Studies bibliography produced by the Louis Riel Institute and the Gabriel Dumont Institute. The impetus for these works has been ongoing requests from high school and university students for resource materials pertaining to the Métis and their history. The previous editions are:
Barkwell, Lawrence J., Leah M. Dorion, and Darren R. Préfontaine. Resources For Metis Researchers. Winnipeg and Saskatoon: Louis Riel Institute and Gabriel Dumont Institute, 1999.
Barkwell, Lawrence J., Leah M. Dorion, and Darren R. Préfontaine. Metis Legacy: A Metis Historiography and Annotated Bibliography. Winnipeg and Saskatoon: Pemmican Publications, Louis Riel Institute, and Gabriel Dumont Institute, 2001.

This bibliography has updated these previous works and contains a thorough, although not entirely exhaustive listing of resources pertaining to Métis Studies. The primary focus of this bibliography is on the Métis Nation, which is primarily located in Western Canada with connections into the Northwest Territories, Ontario, and into Montana and North Dakota. While works relating to other groups who use the term “Métis” to describe themselves may be included in this book, the primary focus rests with works about the Métis Nation and its diaspora.
Publisher: Gabriel Dumont Institute, Louis Riel Institute
Date: 2016
Type: Text Document
Format: .pdf
Identifier: Metis Studies Bibliography 2016.pdf
Language: English
Date of Copyright: September 28, 2021
GDI Media Filename: Metis Studies Bibliography 2016.pdf

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