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As long as the sun shines and water flows : a reader in Canadian native studies

Author: Ian A L Getty; Antoine S Lussier
Publisher: Vancouver : University of British Columbia Press, ©1983.
Series: Nakoda Institute occasional paper, no. 1.
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A series of research papers on the history of native peoples (Indian, Inuit, Metis) in Canada, presented at a Native Studies colloquium at Brandon University, Manitoba in 1981. Includes a bibliographic essay on the Indian in Canadian historical writing.

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Additional Physical Format: As long as the sun shines and water flows.
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ian A L Getty; Antoine S Lussier
ISBN: 0774801816 9780774801812 0774801840 9780774801843
OCLC Number: 10134484
Description: xxi, 362 pages : map ; 24 cm
Contents: Sect. I. The Evolution of Indian administration since the Royal Proclamation of 1763: 1. Protection, civilization, assimilation / John L. Tobias --
2. The early Indian acts / John S. Milloy --
3. Indian land cessions in Upper Canada, 1815-1830 / Robert J. Surtees --
4. Herman Merivale and Colonial Office Indian policy in the mid-nineteenth century / David T. McNab --
5. A Victorian civil servant at work : Lawrence Vankoughnet and the Canadian Indian Department, 1874-1893 / Douglas Leighton --
6. Clifford Sifton and Canadian Indian administration 1896-1905 / David J. Hall --
7. The administration of Treaty 3 / David McNab --
8. Canada's Indians yesterday : what of today? / Diamond Jenness --
9. The politics of Indian affairs. --
Sect. II. Native responses to changing relations and circumstances: 1. Alcoholism, Indians and the anti-drink cause in the Protestant Indian missions of Upper Canada, 1822-1850 / F. Laurie Barron --
2. The tragedy of the loss of the Commons in Western Canada / Irene M. Spry --
3. A witness to murder / Robert S. Allen --
4. Louis Riel and aboriginal rights / Thomas Flanagan --
5. A parting of ways : Louis Schmidt's account of Louis Riel and the Metis rebellion / Raymond Huel --
6. La Conquete du Nord-Ouest, 1885-1985 / Jean Morisset --
7. Native people and the justice system / Don McCaskill --
8. Becoming modern : some reflections on Inuit social change / Lance W. Roberts --
9. The Inuit and the constitutional process, 1978-81 / Simon McInnes --
A declaration of the First Nations, 18 November, 1981 --
Bibliographic essay : the Indian in Canadian historical writing, 1971-1981 / James W. St. G. Walker.
Series Title: Nakoda Institute occasional paper, no. 1.
Responsibility: edited by Ian A.L. Getty and Antoine S. Lussier.


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