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We have genealogists who research specifically in Métis history and genealogy. The term “Métis” is used broadly to describe people with mixed First Nation and European ancestry who identify themselves as Métis, distinct from Indian, Inuit, or non-Aboriginal people. (Many Canadians have mixed Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal ancestry, but not all identify themselves as Métis).

Our genealogists will find and analyze the best records available to further your Métis family history research.

They can search the archives and libraries for Métis records, including:

  • Glenbow Archives, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
    Over 1,200 family histories with roots in Canadian fur trade and Red River Settlement, pedigree charts of over 40,000 Métis individuals, card files on over 900 Canadian Metis families, files by famous Métis researchers, Métis Scrip applications, references documenting pre-1870 Métis families, censuses of western Canada, Newspaper clippings, local history books.
  • Library and Archives of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
    1901 Census, applications and registers for scrip, affidavits, powers of attorney, parish registers, grants, claims, patents.
  • Métis Culture and Heritage Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba
    National census records up to and including 1901, scrip applications and indexes, church and parish records, voyageurs contracts and documents, Hudson’s Bay Co. biographies, national and provincial archives.

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  • Family History Library
    Vital records, church records, probate (land) and court records, cemetery records, family histories, city directories, naturalization and immigration records

Our professional researchers can do research projects of many sizes and for many budgets. We customize the amount of research provided according to your needs.

If you would like to learn how our genealogists can further your research, request a research quote.

Some of the major records sources that can be used for genealogy research in Métis history and genealogy include:

  • Affidavits
  • Censuses
  • Citizenship Applications
  • Emigration Rolls
  • Genealogical Notebooks
  • Grants
  • Land Claims
  • Manuscripts
  • Métis Applications
  • Parish Registers
  • Patents
  • Power of attorney records
  • Published Genealogies and Books
  • Scrip

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