The epilogue explores the ways in which métis former wards’s lives were affected by being uprooted from their mothers and their culture and how life in protection societies shaped their identity. It situates the late 20th century postcolonial history of the systematic removal of métis children in an international history of child removals.
Keywords: Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Indochina, Race, Imperialism, Children, Motherhood, France, orphan, métis, whiteness, FOEFI, Eurasian, Afroasian, post-colonial studies, child removals, lost generation, Native America boarding schools
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