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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At other times Frenchmen who referred to indigenous people as sauvage meant that they were primitive and barbarous by French standards . Which meaning was intended could only be understood from the context , a subtlety that was too ...
The migration of the Loyalists meant the creation of a new province , New Brunswick , in 1784 , and consequent pressure on Indian groups such as the Maliseet , Penobscot , and , of course , the Micmac , as agricultural use of the land ...
Colonists meant farms ; agriculture meant conflict with commerce . The proposed Selkirk settlement lay athwart the routes used by the Norwesters in particular , and the prospect of such a colony meant an economic challenge to both ...
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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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