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Table of Contents for
The Long Journey of a Forgotten People: Métis Identities and Family Histories, edited by Ute Lischke and David T. McNab

Preface: The Years of Achievement | Ute Lischke and David T. McNab

Introduction: We Are Still Here | Ute Lischke and David T. McNab

Part I: Reflections on Métis Identities

Out of the Bush: A Journey to a Dream | Olive Patricia Dickason

A Long Journey: Reflections on Spirit Memory and Métis Identities | David T. McNab

Reflections on Métis Connections in the Life and Writings of Louise Erdrich | Ute Lischke

The Winds of Change: Métis Rights after Powley, Taku and Haida | Jean Teillet

Part II: Historical Perspectives

“I Shall Settle, Marry, and Trade Here”: British Military Personnel and Their Mixed-Blood Descendants | Sandy Campbell

Early Forefathers to the Athabasca Métis: Long-Term North West Company Employees | Nicole St. Onge

Manipulating Identity: The Sault Borderlands Métis and Colmiac Intervention | Karl S. Hele

New Light on the Plains Métis: The Buffalo Hunters of Pembinah, 1870–71 | Heather Devine

The Drummond Island Voyageurs and the Search for Great Lakes Métis Identity | Karen J. Travers

Part III: Métis Families and Communities

Searching for the Silver Fox: A fur-Trade Family History | Virginia (Parker) Barter

The Kokum Puzzle: Finding and Fitting the Pieces | Donna G. Sutherland

“Where the White Dove Flew Up”: The Saguingue Métis Community and the Fur Trade at Southampton on Lake Huron | Patsy Lou Wilson McArthur

My Story: Reflections on Growing Up in Lac la Biche | Jaime Koebel