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Please be advised that the Gabriel Dumont Institute has included these images and other content on this website for reference purposes only. The Institute shall not grant copyright permission to use any of the images or content on this website by any outside party for any purpose.
The Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture was developed for the use and enjoyment of all those interested in Métis history and culture. Information on the website has been given by a variety of people, including Elders and other community people, educators, and academics. Therefore, these various contributors and/or the Gabriel Dumont Institute (GDI) hold copyright over most materials that appear on The Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture. In some instances, however, GDI has established partnerships with institutions, such as the Louis Riel Institute, the Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan, and the Saskatchewan History and Folklore Society to house print documents and images on this website. Copyright for these resources rests with these institutions.
For outside parties (such as educational institutions, book publishers, and non-profit or community-based groups) that seek permission to use this website's resources, the Institute requests that links to our resources be used for all external usage. Permission to use or reproduce content from this website is not provided otherwise.
Further, please be advised that the Gabriel Dumont Institute has included images on this website for reference purposes only. The Institute shall not grant copyright permission to use any of the images on this website by any outside party for any purpose.
When citing items from this website in any personal academic, personal educational, or personal cultural work, please refer to the Virtual Museum Citation Guide located in this website's Menu Bar.
If you or your institution wishes to donate Métis-specific photographs or documents to this website, please send your information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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