The title graphic of this website, 'A Métis Palimpsest.'


This section lists the information for the references used to build the material for this website that are not ordinarily electronically accessible. In several cases, books or other items here have become electronically accessible, but the electronic version is not quite the same edition as the one used here. For those cases, the edition actually used will be listed here, and an electronic source will be listed on the Resource page.

The reference format followed here and on the Resources page is the American Anthropological Association format as laid out in the 2009 edition of AAA Style Guide.

Alberta Federation Of Metis Settlements
1982 Metisism: A Canadian Identity. Edmonton: Alberta Federation Of Metis Settlements.

Archer, Laurel
2008 Northern British Columbia Canoe Trips: Volume 1. Surrey: Rocky Mountain Books.

Axtell, James
1975 The White Indians Of Colonial America. The William And Mary Quarterly 3rd Series 32(1):55-58.

Baillanger, Morgan and Tepper, Leslie, eds.
1998 Legends Of Our Times: Native Cowboy Life. Vancouver: University Of British Columbia Press.

Barber, Christel
1994 Growth of the First Métis Nation and the Role of Aboriginal Women in the Fur Trade. Victoria: First Nations Education.

Barkwell, Lawrence J., Dorion, Leah M., and Hourie, Audeen, eds.
2006 Métis Legacy Volume II: Michif Culture, Heritage, and Folkways. Saskatoon: Pemmican Publications.

Basso, Keith
1996 Wisdom Sits In Places: Landscape And Language Among The Western Apache. Albuquerque: University Of Mexico Press.

Brown, Jennifer S.H.
1983 Woman as Centre and Symbol in the Emergence of Métis Communities. Canadian Journal of Native Studies III(I): 39-46.

Buck, F.J.
1940 Report Of Activities In Connection With The Settlement Of The Metis: Period January 1st, 1939 To January 31st, 1940. Edmonton: Bureau Of Public Welfare, Province Of Alberta.

Callihoo, Victoria
1953 Early Life In Lac Ste. Anne And St. Albert In The Eighteen Seventies. Alberta Historical Review 1(3):21-26.

Clarke, Margaret L.
1997 Reconstituting The Fur Trade Community Of The Assiniboine Basin, 1793 to 1812. M.A. thesis, Department of History, University Of Winnipeg.

Dawkins, Richard
2009 The Greatest Show On Earth: The Evidence For Evolution. New York: Free Press.

Dickason, Olive Patricia
1997 Canada's First Nations: A History of Founding Peoples From Earliest Times. Canada: Oxford University Press.

Fleury, Norman; Pelletier, Gilbert; Pelletier, Jeanne; Welsh, Joe; Welsh, Norma; DePeel, Janice; and Saganace, Carrie, eds.
2008 Stories Of Our People, Lii Zistwayr Di La Naasyoon Di Michif: A Métis Graphic Novel Anthology. Saskatoon: Gabriel Dumont Institute.

Gilman, Carolyn
1978 Cultural Contrasts On the Red River Trails. Minnesota History 46(3):112-122.

Goulet, Louis
1976 Vanishing Spaces: Memoirs Of Louis Goulet. Ray Ellenwood, trans. Winnipeg: Editions Bois-Brûlé.

Harroun Foster, Martha
2006 We Know Who We Are: Metis Identity In A Montana Community. Norman: University Of Oklahoma Press.

Henderson, Norman
1996 The Canoe As Failure On The Canadian Plains. Great Plains Research: A Journal Of Natural And Social Sciences 6(Spring):3-23.

Hildebrandt, Walter and Hubner, Brian
1994 The Cypress Hills: The Land And Its People. Saskatoon: Purich Publishing.

Huck, Barbara, ed.
2002 Exploring The Fur Trade Routes Of North America. Winnipeg: Heartland Associates Inc.

Hungry Wolf, Adolf
2006 The Blackfoot Papers: Volume One, Pikunni History And Culture. Skookumchuck: Good Medicine Cultural Foundation.

Jamieson, Frederick C.
1953 The Edmonton Hunt. Alberta Historical Review 1(1):21-33.

Johnston, Basil
1990 Ojibway Heritage. Lincoln: University Of Nebraska Press.

Leclair, Carol
Métis Environmental Knowledge: La Tayr Pi Tout Li Mond. Ph.D. dissertation, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.

Lussier, Antoine S. and Sealey, D. Bruce, eds.
1978 The Other Natives - The Métis: Volume One/Tome Premier 1700-1885. Winnipeg: Manitoba Métis Federation Press.

MacDougall, Brenda
2010 One Of The Family: Metis Culture In Nineteenth Century Northwestern Saskatchewan. Vancouver: UBC Press.

Machlachlan, Morag, ed.
1998 The Fort Langley Journals 1827-30. Vancouver: UBC Press.

McNab, David T.
1999 Circles Of Time: Aboriginal Land Rights And Resistance In Ontario. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

Nicks, Trudy and Morgan, Kenneth
1985 Grande Cache: The Historical Development Of An Indigenous Alberta Metis Population. In The New Peoples: Being And Becoming Métis In North America. Jacqueline Peterson and Jennifer S.H. Brown, eds. Pp. 163-181. Winnipeg: University Of Manitoba Press.

Peers, Laura
1994 The Ojibwa Of Western Canada. Winnipeg: University Of Manitoba Press.

Peterson, Jacqueline
1981 The People In Between: Indian-White Marriage And The Genesis Of A Métis Society And Culture In The Great Lakes Region 1680-1830. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Illinois at Chicago Circle.

Pocklington, T.C.
1991 The Government And Politics Of The Alberta Metis Settlements. Regina: Canadian Plains Research Centre, University Of Regina.

Podruchny, Carol
1999 'Sons Of The Wilderness': Work Culture And Identity Among Voyageurs In The Montreal Fur Trade 1780-1821. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of History, University Of Toronto.

Pritchard, Evan T.
2009 Henry Hudson and the Algonquins of New York. San Francisco: Council Oak Books.

Ramsey, Jarold
1987 Ti-Jean And The Seven-Headed Dragon: Instances Of Native American Assimilation Of European Folklore. In The Native In Literature. Cheryl Dawnan Calver, Thomas King, and Helen Hong, eds. Pp. 206-224. Toronto: ECW Press.

Thompson, Stith ed.
1966 Tales Of The North American Indians. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Weinbender, Kimberley D.
2003 Petite Ville: A Spatial Assessment Of A Métis Hivernant Site. M.A. thesis, Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Saskatchewan.

Wutze, Kimberley Aaron
2009 Fort Walsh Townsite (1875-1883): Early Settlement In The Cypress Hills. M.A. thesis, Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, University Of Saskatchewan.

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