Category: Métis

Categories: Canada | First Peoples Canada | Canada (fr)


Métis Nation is the officially recognized name for people of mixed-blood, born of an indigenous and European relationship. This category is part of the First Peoples Canada Project and contains sub-categories and profiles associated with Métis communities and individuals. Profiles placed here may be re-categorized as needed. More information on the history of the Métis Nation can be read here.

Subcategories (10)


Pages (3)


Person Profiles (14)

abt Mar 1868 Qu'Appelle Mission, Rupert's Land, Hudson's Bay, British Colonial America
abt 1805 Nelson River District, Rupert's Land, British North America - 20 Jul 1881
abt 1797 Headingly, Rupert's Land - 18 Aug 1886 photo
30 Jun 1858 St. Boniface, Red River Settlement, Rupert's Land - 21 Jul 1941 photo
07 Jan 1831 Rupert's Land, Hudson's Bay - 01 May 1907 photo
05 Feb 1648 Québec, Canada, Nouvelle-France - 05 Feb 1648 photo
15 Oct 1657 Québec, Canada, Nouvelle-France - 16 Mar 1662 photo
31 Jan 1660 Québec, Canada, Nouvelle-France - bef May 1710 photo
16 May 1662 Canada, Nouvelle-France - 12 May 1737
abt 1651 Québec, Canada, Nouvelle-France - 12 May 1686 photo
07 Jan 1655 Québec, Canada, Nouvelle-France - abt Apr 1662 photo
03 Jun 1665 Québec, Canada, Nouvelle-France - 20 May 1743
18 Sep 1909 Eel brook, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia - 04 Oct 1993 photo




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