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The Strangers : a novel —Vermette, Katherena, 1977- author.

A breathtaking companion to her bestselling debut 'The Break', Katherena Vermettes 'The Strangers' brings readers into the dynamic world of the Stranger family, the strength of their bond, the shared pain in their past, ...

Métis : mixed blood stories —Ponton, Lynn E., author.

The Metis are the descendants of Cree and Assiniboine women who joined with French and Scottish men to raise children and shape a hybrid culture in the heart of Canada. In ٢Metis, Mixed Blood Stories,٣ four generations o...

The horseman's graves —Baker, Jacqueline.

The Schoffs, who are German immigrants living in a community on the Saskatchewan-Alberta border, are devastated by the farm accident that has scarred their only son. Meanwhile, Lathias, the Métis farmhand, becomes guard...

The Métis princess : a novel —Saint-Pierre, Annette, 1925-

Martha, a Métis girl from a broken home, forms strong bonds with her employer Lucille and her son Robert as she tries to fit in among "the whites" in this "suspense romance story about acceptance and liberation that mov...

Return to Hawk's Hill : a novel —Eckert, Allan W.

Running away from a vicious trapper, seven-year-old Ben MacDonald is separated from his family and eventually ends up on the shores of Lake Winnipeg, where he is taken in by a tribe of Métis Indians.

Song of Batoche —Caron, Maia, 1960- author.

"A historical novel about the Riel insurrection of 1885, largely from the point of view of the Métis women. It offers an interesting account of the lives of the Métis women as they move to support their husbands in the...

Wild ride —Guest, Jacqueline.

"In this sequel to Lightning Rider, January and her family have taken in an RCMP summer student as a border. When Willow Whitecloud pulls up on her Kawasaki ZX-10R, January takes an instant liking to her. Willow become...

In her own footsteps : Flora Ross and her struggle for identity and independence in the colonial west : a novel based on a true story —Richardson, D. J., author.

"In the summer of 1859, British and American troops nearly went to war over a small island in the Pacific Northwest, each claiming sovereignty over the region in a military standoff that has become known as the "Pig War"...

The horseman's graves a novel —Baker, Jacqueline.
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Set in the farmland on the Saskatchewan-Alberta border. The Schoffs are immigrant farmers fractured by the tragedy that has marked their son forever. Métis farmhand Lathias becomes the unofficial guardian to the boy. Bo...

What's the most beautiful thing you know about horses? —Van Camp, Richard, author.

On January's coldest day of the year in a small community in the Northwest Territories, a stranger to horses searches among family and friends for answers to an important question.

Winter child —Pésémapéo Bordeleau, Virginia, 1951- author.

"This book is a semi-autobiographical novel about a Métis woman tracing the life and death of her son, through a series of overlapping memories throughout her and her son's lives."--Provided by publisher.

When Alice lay down with Peter : a novel —Sweatman, Margaret.

A story of three generations of women and their relationships with the land. Set against the Manitoba landscape spanning the century from the battles of Louis Riel to the Boer War to the Great Depression.

Stories of the road allowance people

Stories of the road allowance people are old men's stories, translated by Maria Campbell and given to you in the dialect and rhythm of her village and her father's generation. In the Mťis oral tradition, these stories m...

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