Marie-Anne Lagimodière

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Title Author Published
     
“Selkirk, Simpson”, Makers of Canada
Bryce, Rev. George
Toronto, 1923
McGilivray Lord of the North

Cambell, M.W.

Toronto: 1962
The first Canadian Woman in the Northwest.

Dugas, Georges

Translated by J.M. Morice

Winnipeg: Manitoba Historical Society Transactions No. 62, 1901
Pa Premiere Canadienne au Nord-Wuest, reedited
Dugas, L’abbe Georges
Winnipeg: 1945
Five Fur Traders
Gates, Charles M.
Toronto, 1933
Novelles lumieres sur l’adventure de Jean-Baptiste Latimodières et du Marie-Anee Gaboury
Garand, Denis
Bulletin de la Societe de Sainte-Boniface, No. 4, Summer 1999 (La Societe historique de Sainte-Boniface).
Marie-Anne Lagimodière, The Incredible Story of Louis Riel’s Grandmother

Gordon, Irene Ternier

Canmore, Alberta, Altitude Publishing Canada LTD., 2004
The Riel and Lagimodière Families in Metis Society 1840-1860

Gosman, Robert, M.

Ottawa, Parks Canada Mnauscript Reoport NO. 171, 1975
The Godmother: First Lady of the West
Goulet, Charles O.
Lincon, Writers Club Press, 2001.
Women of Red River: being a book written from the recollections of women surviving from the Red River era
Healy, WJ
1st edition 1923, 3rd edition, 1977, Winnipeg Women’s Canadian Club
The Journal of Alexander Henry the Younger, 1799-1814

Henry Alexander

Edited and introduction by Barry Gough

Toronto: Champlain Society, 1988, (original 1891)
Exploring the Fur Trade Routes of North America: Discover the Highways that Opened a continent
Huck, Barbara et al
Winnipeg: Heartland, 2002
Wilderness Women, Canada’s Forgotten History
Johnston, Jean
Toronto, Peter Martin Associates Limited, 1973
…And Mighty Women Too, Stories of Notable Western Canadian Women
MacEwan, Grant
Saskatoon, Western Producer Prairie Books, 1975
Fur Trade Canoe Routes of Canada/Then and Now
Morse, Eric W.
Minnesota Historical Society, 1961 Also, Ottawa: National and Historic Parks Branch, 1969
Superior Rendevous Place: Fort William in the Canadian Fur Trade
Morrison, Jean
Toronto, Natural Heritage Books, 2001
“The Lagimodière Legacy: A family tree intertwined with Canadian History”
Sobol, Ken and Julie Macfie Sobol
Canadian Geographic, May/June, 1994, p. 80
“Many Tender Ties” /Women in Fur-Trade Society, 1670-1870
Van Kirk, Sylvia
Winnipeg: Watson and Dwyer, 1980

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