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Nicole St-Onge

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Nicole St-Onge
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Historian.

She graduated with a PhD from the University of Manitoba (History) in 1990. She has taught at College Universitaire de Saint-Boniface and is now a Professor of History at the University of Ottawa. In 2005, her book Saint-Laurent, Manitoba - Evolving Métis Identities 1850-1914 received the MHS Margaret McWilliams Award in the local history category. She is also a Co-Editor and a contributor of Contours of a People: Metis Family, Mobility and History (2012).

Her articles for the Manitoba Historical Society:

Uncertain Margins: Métis and Saulteaux Identities in St-Paul des Saulteaux, Red River 1821-1870
Manitoba History, Number 53, October 2006

Rooted in Mobility: Metis Buffalo Hunting Brigades
Manitoba History, Number 71, Winter 2012

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