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East Prairie Metis Settlement

Al McCully

East Prairie Metis Settlement

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by Al McCully

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Published by Municipal Planning Section, Planning Branch, Alberta Municipal Affairs in [Edmonton, Alta.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Alberta,
  • East Prairie River Watershed,
  • Canada.
    • Subjects:
    • Land use -- Alberta -- East Prairie River Watershed -- Planning.,
    • Métis -- Land tenure.,
    • Indians of North America -- Land tenure -- Canada.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Al McCully, Hugh Seaton.
      ContributionsSeaton, Hugh., Alberta. Alberta Municipal Affairs.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD319.A4 M52 1982
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 99 p. :
      Number of Pages99
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3097981M
      LC Control Number82202474

      East Prairie Métis Settlement. East Prairie Métis Settlement, with a population base of nearly persons and has a land base of 79, acres. It is one of the three Métis Settlements situated near the town of High Prairie. Elders of East Prairie reflect on how “things have changed” over the past 50 years. Buffalo Lake Metis Settlement 34, East Prairie Metis Settlement 32, Elizabeth Metis Settlement 25, Fishing Lake Metis Settlement 37, Gift Lake Metis Settlement 84, Kikino Metis Settlement 44, Paddle Prairie Metis Settlement , Peavine Metis Settlement 82,File Size: 1MB.

      Learn more about East Prairie Metis Settlement Office | High Prairie, AB. Find directions and contact info, read reviews and browse photos on their business on: High Prairie, AB. A history of the East Prairie Metis settlement in northern Alberta from as told by its original settlers and current residents.

      The Paddle Prairie Metis Settlement is one of the 8 Metis Settlements in Alberta. We are in the northwest corner of the province between the Peace River and the 6th meridian along the 27th baseline. The land base of the settlement is , acres, populated by a variety of wildlife and various species of boreal vegetation. East Prairie Metis Settlement, Alberta, T0G 1E0. Get Directions. Contact Details. Address East Prairie Metis Settlement, Alberta T0G 1E0. Telephone Expand “Services Offered” and choose a service to view phone number. Hours of Operation. Note View services for available hours. Services Offered.


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East Prairie Metis Settlement by Al McCully Download PDF EPUB FB2

A new local book, called Memories of a Metis Settlement, shares 80 years of East Prairie Metis Settlement, to prove that history is worth remembering. Solomon R. Auger, a Slave Lake resident, is the grandson of Solomon and Lucy Auger, among the earliest settlers to. An endearing historical text that brings you to the center of the East Prairie Metis community.

Experiences shared by the firsthand accounts of Elders and settlers are supplemented with personal photographs and family recipes creating a deep connection to both the text and the community.

East Prairie Metis Settlement Founded inEast Prairie Metis Settlement is located in northern Alberta within Big Lakes County, approximately km east of Grande Prairie and 40 km south of High Prairie.

The settlement’s population is under people, with a land area of 33, hectares. Memories of a Metis Settlement: Eighty Years of East Prairie Metis Settlement, with Firsthand Memories to Today published by Theytus in is a brief account of one Metis community in Alberta.

Based on a publication, East Prairie Metis, toForty Years of Determination, editor Constance Brissenden was chosen by the community to update their community history. East Prairie Metis Settlement 32, Elizabeth Metis Settlement 25, Fishing Lake Metis Settlement 37, Gift Lake Metis Settlement 84, Kikino Metis Settlement 44, Paddle Prairie Metis SettlementPeavine Metis Settlement 82, File Size: 1MB.

> East Prairie Metis Settlement > East Prairie. East Prairie. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. post a comment. Contact; Our Land; Our Culture; Our People; Our Future © Metis Settlements of.

East Prairie Metis Settlement. 90 likes. East Prairie Metis SettlementFollowers: east prairie peavine metis settlement settlement metis park prov. park peter lougheed elbow-sheep lesser settlement gift lake metis slave utikuma lake w e s t lake at haba sca m o nta n a national park calgary park prov.

edmonton red deer wetaskiwin t e wood r r it settlement camrose lethbridge drumheller buffalo lake settlement metis kikino metisFile Size: KB. Gerald Cunningham, Chairman of the East Prairie Metis Settlement described the background and history of the Métis Settlements and the various acts and transfers that created them.

He spoke about the intent and about the money that was paid out with an expectation that the Settlements would be self-sufficient by   East Prairie Metis Settlement (Alta.), Land use Publisher [Calgary]: Municipal Planning Section, Planning Branch, Alberta Municipal Affairs Collection albertagovernmentpublications; university_of_alberta_libraries; toronto Digitizing sponsor University of Alberta Libraries Contributor University of Alberta Libraries Language EnglishPages: Interactive map showing the Metis Settlements in Alberta.

There are 8 Metis Settlements in Alberta, comprisinghectares ( million acres). The Settlements are located primarily in the east-central and northern areas of the province.

A new local book, Memories of a Metis Settlement, shares 80 years of East Prairie Metis Settlement to prove that history is worth remembering. The earliest settlers to East Prairie began arriving in the late s. Their family names are well known in the north: Andrews, Bellerose, Harvey, Auger, L’Hirondelle, and Johnston.

The generational reflections of these community members address larger themes of resilience and collaboration, while the book also outlines the specific failures and successes of East Prairie Metis Settlement. I especially appreciate that the editor was able to reanimate the firsthand accounts of the early settlers of East Prairie.

Alberta: Buffalo Lake, East Prairie, Elizabeth, Fishing Lake, Gift Lake, Kikino, Paddle Prairie, and Peavine. The membership of each Settlement elects a five-person Settlement Council, which in turn selects a chairperson to administer its affairs (Government of Alberta, ).

Bylaws for each settlement must be approved by its Size: KB. Paddle Prairie Métis Settlement East Prairie Métis Settlement course outline for the complete year, outline of all costs (include tuition, books, supplies, student fees, etc.) Completion of Application.

© by Metis Settlements Strategic Training Initiatives Society. MEMORIES OF A METIS SETTLEMENT is an interesting historical text that brings us to the center of the East Prairie Metis community in Northern Alberta.

Experiences shared by the firsthand accounts of Elders and settlers are supplemented with personal photographs and family recipes creating a deep connection to both the text and the community. ‎ Joan Haggerty ‎ to East Prairie Metis Settlement - High Prairie, AB, Canada East Prairie Metis Settlement updated their cover photo.

East Prairie Metis Settlement 32, Elizabeth Metis Settlement 25, Fishing Lake Metis Settlement 37, Gift Lake Metis Settlement 84, Kikino Metis Settlement 44, Paddle Prairie Metis SettlementPeavine Metis Settlement 82,File Size: KB.

"From the late s onward, early settlers of East Prairie Metis Settlement arrived on the land with little in the way of money or possessions. Instead, they brought courage, determination, and the capacity for hard work. Firsthand accounts of the settlers, as well as the vivid memories of today's Elders, capture the heart and soul of eighty years of East Prairie's Metis people."-- Back cover.

East Prairie Metis Settlement is a Metis settlement in northern Alberta, Canada within Big Lakes County. It is located approximately 20 km (12 mi) south of Highway 2 and km ( mi) east of Grande y: Canada.

We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow more. From and about the East Prairie Métis community comes Memories of a Metis Settlement: Eighty Years of East Prairie Métis Settlement (Theytus Books).

The book shares firsthand accounts of Elders and settlers, personal photographs, and family recipes.Summary: "From the late s onward, early settlers of East Prairie Metis Settlement arrived on the land with little in the way of money or possessions.

Instead, they brought courage, determination, and the capacity for hard work.