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Metis and the medicine line : creating a border and dividing a people / Michel Hogue.
- Hogue, Michel
About this work
Regina, Saskatchewan : University of Regina Press, 2015.
ix, 328 pages ; 24 cm
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction : Borders and belonging -- Emergence : creating a Metis borderland -- Exchange : trade, sovereignty, and the forty-ninth parallel -- Belonging : land, treaties, and the boundaries of race -- Resistance : dismantling Plains Metis borderland settlements, 1879-1885 -- Exile : Scrip and Enrollment Commissions and the shifting boundaries of belonging, 1885-1920.
- MétisCanada, WesternHistory
- MétisGreat PlainsHistory
- MétisGovernment relations
- MétisEthnic identity
- BorderlandsUnited StatesHistory
- Northern boundary of the United StatesEthnic relations
- Northern boundary of the United StatesHistory19th century
- Red River SettlementHistory
- MontanaEthnic relations
Where to find it
Location StatusHistory of MedicineZQD.54.AA8 Open shelves