Seeing red : a history of Natives in Canadian newspapers (eBook, 2011) [WorldCat.org]
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Seeing red : a history of Natives in Canadian newspapers

Author: Mark Cronlund Anderson; Carmen L Robertson
Publisher: Winnipeg [Man.] : University of Manitoba Press, ©2011
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Biography : English : [desLibris e-book]
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
History
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Biography, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Cronlund Anderson; Carmen L Robertson
ISBN: 9780887554063 0887554067
OCLC Number: 1331435051
Description: 1 online resource ([vii], 362 p.) : facsims., digital file.
Contents: This land is mine : The Rupert's Land purchase, 1869 --
Fifty-six words : Treaty 3, 1873 --
"Our little war" : The North-west Rebellion, 1885 --
The golden rule : The Klondike Gold Rush, 1898-1905 --
Poet, princess, possession : Remembering Pauline Johnson, 1913 --
Disrobing Grey Owl : The death of Archie Belaney, 1938 --
"Potential Indian citizens?" : Aboriginal people after World War II, 1948 --
Cardboard characters : The White Paper, 1969 --
Bended Elbow news : The Ancinabe Park Standoff, 1974 --
Indian princess/Indian "Squaw" : Bill C-31, 1985 --
Letters from the edges : The Oka Crisis, 1990 --
Back to the future : A Prairie centennial, 1905-2005 --
Conclusion : Return of the native.
Responsibility: Mark Cronlund Anderson and Carmen L. Robertson.

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