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A Study of Métis Ethnicity in the Red River Settlement: Quantification and Pattern Recognition in Red River Archaeology

McLeod, K. David

This thesis compares artifacts from Upper Fort Garry (DlLg-21) (two samples) and western Hivernant and other historical sites dating from the 1840s-1880s, with Red River Métis cultural material from the Garden, Delorme House, and Riel House sites. Statistical analysis defined a Métis pattern but could not distinguish the Métis pattern from other samples, including those from Upper Fort Garry.

McLeod, K. David. 1985. A Study of Métis Ethnicity in the Red River Settlement: Quantification and Pattern Recognition in Red River Archaeology. Winnipeg: M.A. thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of Manitoba. [ Thesis (175pp)(UM) ]

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