The Métis: A Visual History is a stunning and visually commanding resource covering over three hundred years of history and culture from the birth of the Métis Nation to our near past, a mere thirty years ago. Sherry Farrell Racette has blended her acumen as a historian and researcher with her skill as a visual artist to create four panels, each representing a different era of Métis history. Their value as a pivotal resource for history and art was recognized by a number of organizations each wanting to ensure that this important perspective on our history and culture is widely shared by generations to come. As a result, the panels have been reproduced as educational posters (98cm by 40cm each) and have a companion book explaining the significance of each image. Our thanks go to each of the contributors whose collective efforts bring you The Métis: A Visual History.
Author/Illustrator: Sherry Farrell Racette
Grade Level: All Ages