by Norma J. Hall
A book-length e-text researched and written 2003–2015
Preview posted 26 July 2015
Full text published as a virtual book 4 August 2015
Updated 25 May, 19 July 2016, 1 October 2017; last update 7 May 2018.
Supplementary content, “Identifying and Quantifying Métis ‘Élite’: An analysis of relative wealth, based on Red River Settlement censuses of 1835,” published 15 December 2016.
New Link: Red River Settlement Cookbook, published 14 February 2017.
Preview of work-in-progress map of Assiniboia uploaded to “Introduction” 5 December 2017.
Keywords in this History of Farming at Red River Settlement: Aboriginal, Agriculture, Appropriation, Assiniboia, Canadian Colonialism, Children, Decolonization, Dispossession, Economic, Farming Families, Food Security, Hay Privilege, History, Indigenous, Management, Manitoba, Métis, Place, Political, Provisional Government of Assiniboia, Ranching, Red River Settlement, Selkirk Settlement, Settler, Value, Wealth Accumulation, Women, Work