Métis  Nation, Inc.
We are the United States Métis Nation. Our ancestors were the original inhabitants of this great land.  We also have ancestors that came from across the ocean.  We have Native American blood flowing through our veins, yet the tribes of our heritage do not accept us because of this mixture. We are the United States Métis Nation - organized to preserve our culture, our rights, and provide services to our members.
 


 



We are the United States Métis
Nation.  
Our ancestors were the original inhabitants of this great land.  
We also have ancestors that
came from across the ocean. 

We have Native American blood flowing through our veins.
Y
et the tribes of our heritage
do not accept us because of this mixture. We are have descended from many great peoples. Having been disenfranchised and marginalized by both ancestral cultures, we now unite to claim our Aboriginal rights. We are a 'Non-Federally Recognized' Indian tribe incorporated as a 'not-for-profit' organization to preserve our culture, our rights, and provide services to our members.  

We are the United States Métis Nation.

What We Do



Our purpose is to:

Assert our Aboriginal rights as Native Americans.
Register eligible members.
Promote the Metis culture.
Public awareness eduction.
Provide services to eligible members.
Pursue federal recognition.
Research, document, and archive Metis heritage.
Strive to unify all US Métis.

Please Contact Us Today!

For questions related to enrollment or request an application email us at: enroll@usmetis.com

If you would like to inquire about making a donation to promote our vision
please send an email to: donate@usmetis.com

Métis Nation, Inc. is a registered Wisconsin charitable Non-Profit organization
seeking IRS Title 501(c)(3) status.

Copyright - October 2007  Metis Indian, Inc. All rights reserved.  Last modified:October 2010   Contact: webmaster@usmetis.com   
Any use of the information or content on this website without express written permission is strictly prohibited.
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