Metis History

Metis History
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  • The metis bill of rights was written by the provisional governing council of the métis nation on December 1st 1869.  
  • The bill of rights was a list of things that the metis were entitled to
  • You have the right to elect your own legislature
  • They also had the right to using public lands appropriately, like schools and railroads e.t.c.
  • Good job guys, we're making good progress
  • Even with a new province, the Metis' problems were still not solved (there was still a bit of disagreement)
  • I don't know you
  • Hi
  • The metis argued over land ownership. They felt cheadted and frustrated, so they moved further north to Manitoba
  • Who gave you land ownership?
  • Hey! Get off my land! You're trespassing
  • With the feeling of frustration and being cheated, the Metis migrated further north and west where they could live as hunters, farmers, and trappers
  • You don't have the right to own this land!
  • We moved further north, and Im glad we did
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