Otipemisiwak: The Metis Nation (colorized photo gallery)
Studio portrait of Louis Riel seated at desk, ca. 1875.
Alexandre La Liberté (Métis), photographed in Beauval, Saskatchewan, when he was visiting the local priest in June of 1936.
A Métis family at Île-à-la-Crosse, Sask. Indian (Cree) mother, white father, and mixed-blood children. (ca. 1870)
Two Métis men seated in front of tipi. Photo taken near the headwaters of the Swift Current, Saskatchewan (1884)
Gabriel Dumont (1885)
Metis camp on the prairies (1874)
A photo of two Metis men from the photo collection of Eliza Letendre
Louis Riel on Trial (1885)
On the plains of Montana (ca. 1875)
Camp at Wood Mountain (1874)
Wood Mountain (1874)
1874 in southern Manitoba
Frank Howse, Rocky Mountain House, Alberta (1913)
Pierre "Buchino" Bottineau
Gabriel Lafournaise dit LaBoucane
Baptiste Vallee (1908)
Helen Laverdure and Eveline Travis Berger, 1917
Alice Fleury (right), and Ida Laverdure, 1917.
Mrs Betsy Keplin-Berger
Red River carts on the prairies near Pembina, 1858
Metis at his cabin in Saskatchewan.
Metis near Pembina, North Dakota (ca. 1875)
1874 Boundary commission camp
Metis homestead (1937)
This page is dedicated to provide information about the history and culture of the Anishinaabe and Metis people and communities.
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