Métis Migration

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Métis fatherly ancestry came from a diversity of nationalities such as French, Scottish, Irish, and English. Most of the mothers were native Indian. In the beginning, the Métis had two different characteristic groups such as the French Métis (Brois Brule) and English half-breeds. In most cases the Métis used European technology for their settlements. From there Indian background the Métis had minor road knowledge of conventional Indian ways. They learned about competitive spirit from their fathers. Whether they learned it from their fathers or by themselves, the Métis learned to adapt both Indian and European ways of life, by using what was suitable to their needs.
Métis woman played an important role in the process of obliging two cultures.
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