Native People, Native Lands
Canadian Indians, Inuit and MetisBook - 1987
This collection of timely essays by Canadian scholars explores the fundamental link between the development of aboriginal culture and economic patterns. The contributors draw on original research to discuss Megaprojects in the North, the changing role of native women, reserves and devices for assimilation, the rebirth of the Canadian Metis, aboriginal rights in Newfoundland, the role of slave-raiding, and epidemics and firearms in native history.
Publisher: Ottawa : Carleton University Press, 1987
Branch Call Number: 970.4 NAT
Characteristics: xv, 298 p