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Helen/ Helene Dease-Breland (Métis). Born 1841 to John Warren Dease and Angelique McMillan; married Patrice Breland in 1863.

Slideshow: Women of Red River

Born 1841 to John Warren Dease and Angelique McMillan; married Patrice Breland in

This image really shows how mixed up the Métis culture was after the Resistance. Suddenly the kids are wearing cowboy boots instead of moccasins. Trying to avoid discrimination from settler colonials.

This image really shows how mixed up the Métis culture was after the Resistance. Suddenly the kids are wearing cowboy boots instead of moccasins, trying to avoid discrimination from settler colonials. Names, location and date unknown.

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Patrice Fleury, circa Metis scout and second in command after Dumont during 1885 Resistance.

On Louis Riel Day, as the Métis Government of Manitoba, we celebrate the achievements of this visionary Métis leader. As Manitoba's Father of Confederation, Riel forged the path that enabled us to become part of Canada. His government recognized and ensured the protection of the rights of all people - Métis, First Nations, English and French. This is a shared history all Manitobans can be proud of…

On Louis Riel Day, as the Métis Government of Manitoba, we celebrate the…

John Arcand ~ Teardrop Waltz

John Arcand, a Metis Fiddler ~ Teardrop Waltz. Video includes photos of John's family and ancestors.

Tad Lincoln, Abe Lincoln's son, was a wild child. Before Abe became president, Tad would often trash his father's law office in Illinois. He never attended formal school but went through many private tutors who couldn't handle him. He was allowed everywhere in the White House and would often interrupt his father's meetings, bring animals inside and charge people to meet his father. He had a speech impediment that often made him impossible to understand. He died at 18 from tuberculosis.

Tad Lincoln, Abe Lincoln's son, a wild child. Before Abe became president, Tad…

John Adams    Gilbert Stuart, 1821, portrait by Jim Forest, One of Our Greatest Presidents, Greatly Unappreciated For ALL that He Did For This Country.

John Adams Gilbert Stuart, portrait by Jim Forest, One of Our Greatest Presidents, Greatly Unappreciated For ALL that He Did For This Country.

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