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Women of Red River being a book written from the recollections of women surviving from the Red River era by Healy, William J.

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Published by Women"s Canadian Club in Winnipeg .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Red River Settlement

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Edition Notes

Statementby W. J. Healy
ContributionsWomen"s Canadian Club, Winnipeg
The Physical Object
Pagination261, [1] p. :
Number of Pages261
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14450023M

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  Her book “Cane River” was about her maternal side. The two rivers are basically neighbors in Louisiana. However, what happens to the two sides after the Civil War, is so very different! The Cane River family is run by the women. Their experiences with the whites are very different from that of the Red River family/5. Red River Girl: The Life and Death of Tina Fontaine tells the tragic true story of Tina Fontaine, a fifteen-year-old Indigenous girl whose body was found in Winnipeg’s Red River on Aug The book focuses primarily on the murder investigation conducted by the Winnipeg Police Homicide Unit, led by Sgt. John O’Donovan, but it also provides a glimpse into Tina’s short life and broader Indigenous /5. Get this from a library! Women of Red River; being a book written from the recollections of women surviving from the Red River era,. [W J Healy; Women's Canadian Club (Winnipeg, Man.)]. "We need to hear the untold stories of Indigenous women from the Red River area. So many women's stories and details of women's lives, including their names, erased. This book is a beautiful reclamation." Shelagh Rogers, host of CBC's The Next Chapter/5.