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1885 and After Native Society in Transition

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

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.

$27.56

Without Reserve
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Without Reserve

By Shorten, Lynda

Edmonton: NeWest Press, 1992. 2nd Printing. Illustrated Card Covers. Very Good/with No dust-jacket as issued. 21.5 cm. There is highlighted areas in the book. The pages are bright and other than the highlighting this book is in very good condition. A collection of autobiographical profiles of individual Native people who live in Western Canada. Urban Natives often have no band or treaty status, or are not represented in discussions about Canada's treatment of the Native population.

$15.75

Native Studies Review Volume 8 Number 2 1992

By Editor: F. Laurie Barron

Saskatoon: Native Studies Department University of Regina, 1992. First Edition. Illustrated Card Covers. Very Good/with No dust-jacket as issued. 23.0 cm. Light rubbing to covers, there is a penned initials to front cover top right. The interior has two stamps and is clean and bright. Article include; The Indian Rights Association, Native Protest Activity and the ""Land Question"" in British Columbia 1903-1916; Community-Based Participatory Research: Aspects of the Concept of Relevant to Practice.

$15.75

Among the An-ko-me-nums

By Rev. Thomas Crosby

Toronto: William Briggs, 1907. First Edition. Illustrated Cloth Covered Boards (Hardcover). Very Good/with No dust-jacket. 19.5 cm. The book shows light rubbing to spine, The interior front hinge is starting and rear hinge has cracked. There is a Methodist Sunday School presentation label pasted to the fep 1907. All lettering and gold stamping in very good to near fine condition. Frontispiece with tissue in place. Illustrated throughout with b/w plates depicting life in Indian camps, various figures in British Columbia, and various buildings.

$62.99

Indians of Canada and Prairie Pioneers

By C. A. Scarrow and Jean Gibson

Regina: School Aids & Text Book Publishing Co. Ltd., 1943. Revised Edition. Illustrated Card Covers. Very Good/with No dust-jacket as issued. 18.0 cm. The book shows rubbing to front cover and there is also a crease to lower corner. The interior is clean and tight. The bottom corner of the first 10 pages have been turned. Over all a very nice copy. This was a text book. The book illustrated in b/w lists and gives short histories of various tribes in Canada. There is also short history of the pioneers in Northern Saskatchewan.

$15.75

The Education of Indian Children in Canada

By Members of Indian Affairs

Toronto: The Ryerson Press, 1965. First Edition. Cloth Covered Boards (Hardcover). Very Good/with No dust-jacket as issued. 23.5 cm. The book shows light rubbing to the boards and corners. Illustrated endpapers with, aboriginal, birds of prey and animals. ""A symposium written by members of Indian Affairs education division, with comments by the Indian peoples."" There are articles written in French. From the forward: Our hope is that it may open up vistas for researchers with the necessary resources to explore the field of education of historic interest and of growing importance to an ethnic group which has survived with remarkable resilience the vicissitudes of colonization and immigration

$27.56

Native Studies Review: Volume 3 Number 2 1987

By Editor: F. Laurie Barron

Saskatoon: Native Studies Department University of Regina, 1987. First Edition. Illustrated Card Covers. Very Good/with No dust-jacket as issued. 23.0 cm. Light crease to bottom of front cover. The book is in very good to near fine condition. There are three stamps on ffep, the interior is clean and bright. The study covers, Native heritage resource management; The question of Authenticity; Native4 involvement in Heritage Management.

$11.81

Blankets and Beads

By MacGregor, J. G.

Edmonton: The Institute of Applied Art, Ltd, [1949]. First Trade Paperback Edition. Illustrated Card Covers. Very Good/with No dust-jacket as issued. 22.0 cm. The interior is clean and tight. The covers show light soiling. The condition is very good to near fine. With maps, images and tables this book tells the story of the most colourful episodes, of the past along the Saskatchewan River.

$23.62

A Dictionary of the Otchipwe Language Explained in English: Part II Otchipwe to English

By R. R. Bishop Baraga

Montreal: Beauchemin & Valois, Publishers, 1882. Revised Edition. Paper Wraps. Good/with No dust-jacket as issued. 22.0 cm. The book shows extensive wear to covers and fore-edges. The spine has paper tape reinforcement. The first signatures are loose and separated. The interior and exterior has light soiling. This is a book that is in good condition. An important item by Bishop Baraga who had worked with the Ojibway and Chippewa Indians. The dictionary is still in use today as a result of Baraga's, 20 years labour refining it.

$157.48

Bounty and Benevolence

By Arthur J. Ray, Jim Miller and Frank Tough

Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2000. First Edition. Cloth Covered Boards (Hardcover). Near Fine/in a near fine dust jacket. 24.0 cm. A very clean and bright copy. A quote from the dust jacket. A Comprehensive history of treaty-making in Saskatchewan, Bounty and Benevolence draws on a wide range of documentary sources to provide a rich and complex interpretation of the process that led to these historic agreements…"" ""An extensive examination of the knowledge which Indian people in Saskatchewan had acquired of early treaty negotiations….an eye opener."" Native Law Centre, U of S

$15.75

The Assiniboine
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The Assiniboine

By Denig, Edwin Thompson

Regina: Canadian Plains Research Center, 2000. First Edition. Illustrated Card Covers. Near Fine/with No dust-jacket as issued. 25.0 cm. The book is clean and bright. A quote from the dust jacket. Denig's manuscript was unpublished until 1930, when J.N.B. Hewitt edited it for publication in the Smithsonian Bureau of American Ethnology's Forty-sixth Annual Report. The report long unavailable, is reprinted here for the first time. ..provides a complete ethnology of the Assiniboine Indians, including information on their history, tribal organization and government, religion, manners and customs…dances and language.

$23.62

Indian Treaties and Surrenders From 1680 to 1890 Volume 1 and 2

By Government of Canada

Saskatoon: Fifth House Publishers, 1992. Facsimile Edition. Card Cover. Near Fine/with No dust-jacket as issued. 21.5 cm. Clean, bright and tight, ink in margin volume 2. These two volumes are very good to near fine. The volumes includes appendices and maps of the various regions of land allotted for aboriginal First published in 1891 in two volumes, this listing is for 2 volumes of a three volume set printed in 1992. Vol. 1 treaties 1-138 and Volume 2 treaties 140 to 280.

$66.93

Common & Contested Ground

By Binnema, Theodore

Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2004. First Trade Paperback Edition. Illustrated Paper Wraps. Near Fine/with No dust-jacket as issued. 22.5 cm. John Innes. Light corner bumps otherwise near fine bright and tight. A fine example of benefits of an environmental approach to Aboriginal history....Binnema is to be commended for explaining why the seemingly simple grasslands environment had such a complex human history.

$19.69

Saskatchewan First Nations
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Saskatchewan First Nations

By Volume Editor: Christian Thompson

Regina: Canadian Plains Research Center, 2004. First Edition. Illustrated Card Covers. Near Fine/with No dust-jacket as issued. 24.5 cm. The book is near fine clean and bright. A quote from the dust jacket. In this volume are more than 125 biographies, which together demonstrate the diversity and depth of Saskatchewan's First Nations community and the contribution of First Nations people of the province. People included include, Doug Cuthand, Morley Watson, Laura Big Eagle, Peter Lethbridge ...

$15.75

The Marshall Decision and Native Rights
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The Marshall Decision and Native Rights

By Coates, Ken

Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2000. First Trade Paperback Edition. Illustrated Card Covers. Near Fine/with No dust-jacket as issued. 23.0 cm. The book is near fine clean and tight. The people of the Mi'Kmaq have taken the fight for rights, to the highest courts in Canada and won a major victory for all Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal peoples in Canada. This book is an exploration of the historical formation of public policy for Canadian Aboriginals in the legal system.

$23.62

Continuing Poundmaker & Riels Quest

By Richard Gosse, James Young Blood Henderson, Roger Carter

Saskatoon: Purich Publishing / The College of Law, 1994. First Edition. Illustrated Paper Wraps. Very Good/with No dust-jacket as issued. 23.0 cm. The book shows light rubbing to edges, with light red pen marks to front fore edge. Otherwise in very good condition clean and bright interior. A quote from the dust jacket. This book is a compilation of the presentations made at the conference. Subjects include Aboriginal approaches to justice, the right to self-government....

$23.62

Speaking Together: Canada's Native Women

By Introduction by Jean Goodwill

Ottawa: Secretary of State, 1975. First Edition. Cloth Covered Boards (Hardcover). Near Fine/with No dust-jacket. 22.0 cm. The book is in near fine condition, with clean and unmarked pages. ""From diverse and cultural affiliations and from different geographic areas, several native women were chosen to express their views, opinions and experiences of a society that has dramatically changed the life style of our people within a few generations.""

$15.75

Native Children and the Child Welfare System

By Johnston, Patrick

Toronto: James Lorimer & Company Publishers, 1983. 2nd Printing. Stiff Paper Wraps. Very Good/with No dust-jacket as issued. 23.0 cm. The interior is clean. There is some bumping and rubbing, light soiling to covers. A quote from the dust jacket. This book presents the facts and background to the controversy over the Native child welfare....Patrick Johnston explains the jurisdictional tangle...

$19.69

From Our Mothers' Arms

By Deiter, Constance

Toronto: United Church Publishing House, 2001. 2nd Printing. Illustrated Card Covers. Near Fine/with No dust-jacket as issued. 23.0 cm. Clean bright and tight. Constance Deiter has with personal interviews and reflection, unveiled stories of women and men, across generations, who had attended residential schools in Saskatchewan.

$19.69

Portraits from the Plains

By MacEwan, Grant

Toronto: McGraw Hill, 1971. First Edition. Cloth Covered Boards (Hardcover). Near Fine/in a good dust jacket. 22.0 cm. The dust-jacket is rubbed and creased with chipping. The Book is in near fine condition. The dust-jacket did do the job of protecting this item. Biographical sketches of great leaders among the aboriginals. Maski-pitoon, Tom Three Persons, and Poundmaker are but a couple included.

$15.75

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