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For King and Kanata: Canadian Indians and the First World

Timothy C. Winegard

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Travel by intercity coach is available between most major cities in Canada. Recognition of the importance of First Nations language and culture; 4. “Jointly determined” oversight of First Nations education rather than unilateral federal oversight; and 5. Bernard gave a very interesting talk at the Champlain Trail Museum in Pembroke. At the Nass River, the canoes were traded to coastal tribes assembled to take advantage of the spring eulachon fishery.

Pages: 240

Publisher: University of Manitoba Press; 1 edition (October 30, 2012)

ISBN: B00DH0M3WS

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