Growth of the First Metis Nation and the Role of Aboriginal Women in the Fur Trade

By: Barber, Christel; et al

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184 pages. A curriculum resource guide. Designed to provide additional information to existing grade ten social studies texts focusing on the development of western Canada. Presents sixteen lessons which touch on: Pre-contact trading; The Beginning of the Fur Trade; Marriage Customs of the Fur Trade; Women between two cultures; The family of mixed ancestry; The emergence of Metis identity; The lives of Metis; Two profiles of George Simpson; Extension of the fur trade to the west coast; The transfer of Rupert's Land; The impact of railway; Unrest in Saskatchewan 1880-1885; Aftermath of Metis resistance; and more. Summary of resources. Clean, bright and unmarked with very light wear. An excellent copy of this informative reference.

Title: Growth of the First Metis Nation and the Role of Aboriginal Women in the Fur Trade

Author Name: Barber, Christel; et al

Categories: Canadian History, Native Peoples, Women's Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Canada, F.N.E.: 1994

Binding: Spiral-Bound

Book Condition: Fine

Seller ID: 738C7570

Keywords: Growth of the First Metis Nation and the Role of Aboriginal Women in the Fur Trade Native Peoples Canada,