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  • Author(s) Kristin Burnett / Geoff Read
  • SubtitleA Reader
  • Edition2
  • Published21st April 2016
  • PublisherOxford University Press Canada
  • ISBN9780199015337
  • University course codes

A Reader

Combining contemporary articles with historical documents, this engaging reader examines the rich history of Aboriginal peoples within Canada through a thematic lens. The 31 articles - of which more than half are original to this volume - explore a diverse range of topics, including identity, treaties, spirituality, federal policy, residential schools, labour, and women's rights. Primary documents accompany each reading to provide students with a deeper
understanding and appreciation of the long and complex history of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples in Canada.

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  • Author(s) Kristin Burnett / Geoff Read
  • SubtitleA Reader
  • Edition2
  • Published21st April 2016
  • PublisherOxford University Press Canada
  • ISBN9780199015337
  • University course codes

A Reader

Combining contemporary articles with historical documents, this engaging reader examines the rich history of Aboriginal peoples within Canada through a thematic lens. The 31 articles - of which more than half are original to this volume - explore a diverse range of topics, including identity, treaties, spirituality, federal policy, residential schools, labour, and women's rights. Primary documents accompany each reading to provide students with a deeper
understanding and appreciation of the long and complex history of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples in Canada.
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