The National American Metis Association
NAMA's web site is currently under Reconstruction. Please be patient while we rework the new site.
NAMA is the U.S.'s senior national American Mètis association began in 1978 and is responsible for bringing to the U.S. our national usage of the term: "Metis". NAMA was formerly accessed at: www.americanmetis.org. Meanwhile, here are several interesting links pertaining to North American and U.S. Metis:
MetisCulture. A forum for discussion of issues and concerns of
Mètis People in the US....Mètis being the term for people
of Native American and "other" ancestry. Comments, questions
and dialogs concerning history, heritage, culture, and bringing Mètis
people and Mètis organizations together in the US. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/MetisCulture/
Links on Martin Dunn's website The Other Metis;
Professor Emeritus of Native Studies at U.C. Davis, Dr. Jack D. Forbes'
excerpts from: African and Native Americans; The Language of Race and
the Evolution of Red-Black Peoples. http://www.othermetis.net/USmetis/Forbes-1.html
Report No.1 by ex-officio NAMA President, Mary (North) Harper; Quebec to Ogdensburg to Oswego and Beyond. A regional and personal family migration history by one of NAMA's most important organizers: http://www.othermetis.net/USmetis/MaryReport-1.html
Are you Mètis? Written for Mètis (especially) in Canada. A quick questionaire.; http://www.othermetis.net/Question/quest.html
Current Contact for NAMA: Billy Brady e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org