Skyscrapers Hide the Heavens: A History of Indian-white Relations in Canada
University of Toronto Press, 1989 - Broj stranica: 329
History of the social, economic, and institutional relationship between native Indians and whites in Canada. Includes chapters on the Northwest Rebellion, native-education policies, cultural assimilation, and Indian-white political relations since 1945.
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There is also some evidence that these developments encouraged a rift between the Métis and the country born , though this is not absolutely proven.13 However , it is certainly true that , in some cases , members of the country - born ...
in Manitoba earlier , the Saskatchewan Métis feared that the arrival of a land - registration system from Ottawa might jeopardize their customary title to river - lot farms . They could not get assurances from an ominously silent ...
It is clearly a logical impossibility that the Métis argument can be one based solely on aboriginal rights if aboriginal is equated , as is usually the case , with existence and occupancy ' since time immemorial .
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An important overview of the relationship between settlers and native peoples in Canada. The headings of the three sections of the book sum up the story concisely: Co-operation, Coercion and Confrontation. Pročitajte cijelu recenziju
Indians and Europeans at the time of contact
Early contacts in the eastern woodlands
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