Petun to Wyandot: the Ontario Petun from the Sixteenth Century, paper ed

$93.55

In Petun to Wyandot: the Ontario Petun from the Sixteenth Century, Charles Garrad draws upon five decades of research to tell the turbulent history of the Wyandot tribe, the First Nation once known as the Petun. Combining and reconciling primary historical sources, archaeological data and anthropological evidence, Garrad has produced the most comprehensive study of the Petun Confederacy.

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Histories of Kanatha: Seen and Told, paper ed

$34.95

Histories of Kanatha: Seen and Told (Histoires de Kanatha: Vues et Contees) is a collection of the writings and speeches by Wendat (Huron) scholar Georges Sioui. Equally proficient in French and English, Sioui offers readers this collection that can stimulate debate about the nature and scope of Canadian history, First Nations history, and the place of the Wendat people within the country and the world. The essays, stories, poems and speeches cover the years from 1991 to 2007.

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Aboriginal Canada, Revisited, paper ed

$45.00

Aboriginal Canada, Revisited is a collection of fourteen essays originally presented during the third Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies Symposium entitled, Aboriginal Peoples in Canada in the 21st Century, held in April 2005 at the University of Greifswald in Germany. This collection presents the essays organized by themes such as Health, Social Issues and Politics; Education; Imagining and Imaging the Indian; Literature; and Print Media and Film.

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Aboriginal People and Other Canadians: Shaping New Relationships, paper ed

$27.95

Aboriginal People and Other Canadians: Shaping New Relationships is a collection of six articles by six scholars all associated with the Centre for Canadian Studies at the University of Leeds. Their discussion relates to Aboriginal history, governance, politics, missions, criminal justice, health, urban living, and tourism issues. Taking the recent Report of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples as their guide, the authors discuss the relationship between Canadians and Aboriginal Peoples. In the justice essay, the author reports on the new approach of Aboriginal justice circles.

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Diary of Abraham Ultikab: Text and Context, The, paper ed

$35.95

The Diary of Abraham Ultikab: Text and Context is told in multiple perspectives as this 2005 book explores ideas about the representation of Inuit as people. In 1880, a businessman convinced two Inuit families from Hebron and Nakvak, Labrador, to accompany him to Europe as examples of human ethnographic specimens at European zoos. The efforts of the Inuit to be economic self-sufficient forced them to take the offer of payment to travel to a foreign destination. They also wanted to see some of the Old World as described by Moravian missionaries.

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Comparing Mythologies, paper ed

$12.00

Comparing Mythologies by Cree playwright and novelist Tomson Highway is the publication of his Charles R. Bronfman Lecture in Canadian Studies at University of Ottawa given in 2002. In this brief pamphlet Highway brings his extensive knowledge of Euro-Western and Cree mythologies into an analysis of Canada's mythology. By drawing on Christian, Greek, and Cree myths and narratives, Highway explores the basic principles of each and compares them.

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Aboriginal People and Other Canadians: Shaping New Relationships, hardcover ed

$57.60

Aboriginal People and Other Canadians: Shaping New Relationships is a collection of six articles by six scholars all associated with the Centre for Canadian Studies at the University of Leeds. Their discussion relates to Aboriginal history, governance, politics, missions, criminal justice, health, urban living, and tourism issues. Taking the recent Report of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples as their guide, the authors discuss the relationship between Canadians and Aboriginal Peoples. In the justice essay, the author reports on the new approach of Aboriginal justice circles.

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Myth, Symbol, and Colonial Encounter - British and Mi'kmaq in Acadia, 1700-1867

$18.72

Myth, Symbol, and Colonial Encounter - British and Mi'kmaq in Acadia, 1700-1867 is a slim volume by Jennifer Reid, a professor of religion at the University of Maine. Reid maintains that the history of Micmac-white relations in the Maritimes is a history of alienation. This alienation can best be understood through the perspective of religion. She draws heavily on literature produced by the colonizers - colonial legislative records, anthropological studies of the Mi'kmaq, 18th and 19th century promotional literature and sportsmen's accounts.

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