A Concise History of Canada's First Nations by the late Olive P. Dickason and William Newbigging is the 2015 revised edition from Oxford University Press. This third edition has updated terminology reflecting current practice, 18 maps, and new and enhanced coverage of key topics - such as self-government initiatives, land rights disputes, Idle No More movement, economic development, the TRC, and efforts to highlight and share Indigenous knowledge. Each chapter contains Aboriginal Voices boxes featuring traditional stories, first-hand accounts, passages from speeches and letters, and literary excerpts; and Aboriginal Leaders boxes offer students insight into the lives of prominent First Nations men and women whose actions helped to shape the history of their Nations. This history includes the findings and principles from various disciplines such as archeology, anthropology, biology, sociology, and political science. The late Olive Patricia Dickason was professor emeritus at the University of Alberta and adjunct professor of history at the University of Ottawa. She was the author of several books, named a Member of the Order of Canada in 1996, and received the Aboriginal Life Achievement Award, Canadian Native Arts Foundation, in 1997. William Newbigging is a Canadian historian specializing in the history of contact between First Peoples and Europeans. He teaches at Laurentian University. This essential and highly recommended volume has 52 photographs, a glossary, references, and a detailed index.