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 ordinarily electronically accessible. 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.

Electronic sources for the pictures used in the Four Times Métis Song are provided below. Expo 67 Postcards {Expo 67 Canada Pavillion}

Alberta Aboriginal Tourism {Métis Canvas Tent And Tipi}

BBC News: In Pictures - Last Respects To Trudeau {Pierre Trudeau}

Buckdog: Fresh Winds From The Prairies {The Last Spike}

Canadian Geographic: Historical Maps 1867 {Rupert's Land Map}

Crazy Bitches R Us (January 6, 2010) {Olive Patricia Dickason}

Eagle Feather News {Maria Campbell}

Edhird's Blog (December 9, 2010) {Council Of Assiniboia} History For The Relaxed Historian {British North America Map}

Encyclopedia Of Saskatchewan: Women Of Saskatchewan - Historical Overview {Métis Family}

FutuLab {The Great White North, SCTV}

Historical Perspectives On Canadian Publishing: Maria Campbell's Halfbreed {Cover Of Halfbreed}

Library And Archives Canada: Canadian Genealogy Centre {Métis Prisoners}
Archived Version from the Internet Archive, which still includes the photograph.

Manitoba Historical Society: Métis Lands In Manitoba {Métis House}

Mysteries Of Canada: The British North America Act {Snooty British Guys In A Room}

Native Leaders Of Canada: Harry Daniels, Métis, 1904-2004 {Picture Of Harry Daniels}

Naturally {Purple Itching Picture}

Reggie Chartrand And The Knights Of Independence {Québec Sovereignty Marchers}

The Canadian Design Resource: Centennial {Centennial Indian Head Medal}

The Wax {Goldbond Rider} {Métis Flags}


"Alberta Metis Historical Society," last modified November 2005,

"Alberta Online Encyclopedia: Archaeology and Pre-contact - Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump,"

"Alberta Online Encyclopedia: Oblates In The West, The Alberta Story,"

"British Columbia Ministry Of Education: First Nations Peoples Of British Columbia Map,"

"Cold Lake First Nations: The Dene Of Cold Lake By John N.A. Janvier,"

"Colville Lake Settlement Corporation,"

"Fort Calgary,"

"Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump Interpretive Centre,"

"Historic Calgary: Rouleauville,"

"Historic Calgary: Mission District,"

"Katzie First Nation,"

"Legislative Assembly Of The Northwest Territories: Fort Liard,"

"Métis Receive Sundance Song," last modified August 9, 2004,

"Spectacular Northwest Territories: Colville Lake,"

"University of Montana Center For The Rocky Mountain West: Historic Range of Bison and Current Bison Herds in the Northern Great Plains,"

"Wahnapitae First Nation,"

"Wikipedia: Kingston,",_Ontario


"British Columbia Métis Historical Document Database,"

"Hudson's Bay Company Archives,"

"Métis Virtual Museum,"


Goodwill, Wayne
2007 Affidavit Of Wayne Goodwill, Enbridge Alberta Clipper Hearing. Calgary: National Energy Board.

Préfontaine, Darren R.; Paquin, Todd; and Young, Patrick.
2003 Traditional Métis Transportation. Saskatoon: Métis Virtual Museum.

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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