I am an historian of Aboriginal and French relations and Metis history in early North American history, specializing in fur trade encounters, systems of communication, and identity formation. My first book charts the world of French Canadian voyageurs in the Montreal-based fur trade, and my current projects explore the blending of French Canadian, Ojibwe and Cree narratives in the guise of fur trade stories and the French-Saulteaux dictionary compiled by Roman Catholic missionary Georges-Antione Belcourt in the mid-19th century. I teach courses on early Canadian and Aboriginal history, as well as historical methodology. Carolyn Podruchny teaches history at York University.
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Sale price$40.95Contours of a People: Métis Family, Mobility, and History