The Dissolution of a Métis Community: Pointe à Grouette, 1860–1885

  title={The Dissolution of a M{\'e}tis Community: Pointe {\`a} Grouette, 1860–1885},
  author={N. St-Onge},
  journal={Studies in Political Economy},
  • N. St-Onge
  • Published 1985
  • Economics
  • Studies in Political Economy
Between 1870 and 1900, the small Metis settlement of Pointe a Grouette, located approximately 70 kilometres south of the present-day city of Winnipeg, was transformed into the French-Canadian village of Sainte-Agathe. 

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