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Metis heritage celebrated at Fort

Lisa Shepherd gives a demonstration of Metis beading and moccasin making at the Fort Langley National Historic Site over the weekend. It was part of the featured history of the French in early British Columbia at the Fort. - HARRY HUNT PHOTO
Lisa Shepherd gives a demonstration of Metis beading and moccasin making at the Fort Langley National Historic Site over the weekend. It was part of the featured history of the French in early British Columbia at the Fort.
— image credit: HARRY HUNT PHOTO

Lisa Shepherd gives a demonstration of Metis beading and moccasin making at the Fort Langley National Historic Site over the weekend. It was part of the featured history of the French in early British Columbia at the Fort.

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