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1885 and After  Native Society in Transition by Editors:  F. Laurie Barron and James B. Waldram - Paperback - First Edition - 1986 - from SK Books (IOBA) and

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1885 and After Native Society in Transition

by Editors: F. Laurie Barron and James B. Waldram

Condition: Near Fine/with No dust-jacket as issued

Regina: Canadian Plains Research Center, 1986. First Edition. Illustrated Card Covers. Near Fine/with No dust-jacket as issued. 23.0 cm. Near fine, clean bright and tight. A quote from the dust jacket. In recognition of the centenary of the North-West Rebellion in May 1985, the University of Saskatchewan hosted a conference on the theme ""1885 and After"". The book follows the transition of Native society following the 1885 Rebellion.


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