Songs Upon the Rivers
The Buried History of the French-Speaking Canadiens and Métis from the Great Lakes and the Mississippi across to the Pacific
The book tells the story of the trade and kin networks established by French explorers and Métis across North America. The discoveries within this book will re-establish the story of these people, the French language, and their ways of life into North American history.
|Keywords||Canadien, French-Canadian Explorers, History, Métis, New France, North American History, Pacific Northwest, and Quebec.|
Foxcurran, Robert, Bouchard, Michel, & Malette, S. (2016). Songs Upon the Rivers. Baraka Books.