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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The legislature of the new province was to have two houses , like Quebec's , rather than being unicameral , as Ontario's legislature was . Either the French or English language could be used officially in the legislature and courts of ...
It was not that Quebec sympathized with Riel or supported his actions ; it was rather that Ontarians had converted him into a symbol of Quebec itself by demanding his blood not as a Métis traitor , but as a French and Catholic rebel .
Late in 1972 a coalition of Indians and Inuit from northern Quebec sought an injunction against construction of dams and generating stations until the courts could establish what rights the indigenous inhabitants had in the lands .
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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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