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Metis
Mixed. People who have a mixed background. White people who had married First Nations people have children who are Metis.
Intermarried
To marry outside of one's group.
Consider
To think.
Rally
To gather people together and create order again.
Culture
Culture
The beliefs and behaviors of a group of a certain people.
Identity
Having certain characteristics or qualities that make a person who they are.
Common
To be popular, ordinary or usual.
Centuries
A century is a period of 100 years.
Celt
Celt
An Indo-European.
Coureur des bois
Coureur des bois
Means "runners of the woods." They were French-Canadian men who travelled through the woods to trade items for furs.
Intermingle
To mix together
Local
Refers to the people who live there.
Resulting
Something that happens as an outcome.
Blend
To mix smoothly together.
Purchased
Purchased
To own something by buying it.
Blouses
Blouses
Light and loose fitting shirts. Normally worn by women.
Deer
Deer
A wild 4- legged animal that lives in the forest.
Moose
Moose
A large long-headed mammal of the deer family.
Hide
Hide
The pelt or skin of a large animal, like a deer or moose.
Decorated
To make something look more attractive or pretty.
Beautiful
Something that is attractive, pretty, or good-looking.
Beads
Beads
Small, round objects, made from glass or wood.
Copied
To imitate or do the same thing as someone.
Buttons
Buttons
Small plastic pieces used to hold two parts of fabric together. Usually on coats and sweaters.
Sashes
Sashes
Long pieces of fabric made of ribbon or silk.
Wound
To wrap or twist around something.
Waist
Waist
The part of the human body between the ribs and the hips.
Necessary
Something that is required. It is needed.
Conscious
To be aware or sensitive of something.
Ribbons
Ribbons
Narrow strips of material.
Shawls
Shawls
A big piece of warm material worn by women over their shoulders to keep them warm.
Moccasins
Moccasins
A soft shoe made of leather or deer skin. They look like slippers.
Bison
Bison
Also called Buffalo. The Native Americans hunted them for food and clothes.
Gathered
To pick or harvest .
Recipes
A set of instructions to make a type of food.
Bannock
Bannock
Thick, flat bread made with flour and oil.
Pemmican
Pemmican
Dried meat, mixed with fruit and berries to make a small flat cake.
Log Cabins
Log Cabins
A small house made of logs (wood from trees).
Ammunition
Ammunition
Bullets used in guns.
Leather
Leather
The skin of an animal with the hair removed that has been tanned and dried.
Storage Containers
Storage Containers
An object that can hold something in it. Like a bag, or box.
Hollowed-Out
Hollowed-Out
When something is carved out or empty.
Stitched
To make or sew something.
Sinews
Sinews
Pieces of muscle. The Metis would dry pieces of animal muscle and use them as needles to sew clothes with.
Co-operate
To work together.
Adapted
To adjust or change because of something.
Hospitality
Being friendly to guests and strangers.
Stew
Stew
A food dish of meat, fish, or vegetables cooked together and served hot.
Struggle
A fight or battle with something.
Proud
Feeling happy and satisfied over something.
Tongues
A way of speaking, or a language.
Influence
The power to make or force people to do something.
Frontiers
The parts of a country that border another country.
Quick-Witted
Having a quick, smart mind.
Resourceful
Able to deal with skill in new situations.
Contributed
To be an important part of something or to help cause something.