Talking with My Daughter About Archives
Métis Researchers and Genealogy
Keywords:Indigenous archives, genealogy research, Métis, oral history
In a kitchen table discussion, a Métis genealogist and his Cree-Métis librarian daughter talk about the ways Indigenous people navigate archives, oral history, and research; discuss the inaccuracies that exist in records relating to Indigenous people; and consider the ways that records can supplement oral history about Métis culture.
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