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Is There an Indian Tribe Metis?


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2008-12-01 23:43:16
2008-12-01 23:43:16

metis is a tribe that the first nations and the government organized together.

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No. They are not Mi'kmaq. An identified Metis citizen is in a tribe of their own. A Metis person is distinctive from other first Nations and Inuit. Metis is defined as person of mixed blood. Specifically being a person of European and North American Indian Ancestry, regardless of how many generations back. Historically, a person who is not entitled to registry through the Indian Act, but a person who self identifies and is accepted by the Community. Metis citizens proudly carry an Identification card

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No. The metis are a tribe on their own. Mixed race and proud, the woodland metis have formed their own identity and are fighting for the same rights as native peoples everywhere. The metis are decendants of European and native union through history.

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No. They were their own tribe, but they gave birth (not literally) to the Metis tribe.

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The metis, are half native, remember, native not indian, and they are half French Canadian, hopefully this helps you out a bit.

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Yes the Incas were an Indian Tribe.


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