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A war of wor(l)ds : Aboriginal writing in Canada during the 'dark days' of the early twentieth century
From the late fifteenth century onward the new world has been described, imagined, and created via the written word and the printing press. Europeans and Euro-North Americans laid claim to the new world through print ...
The politics of indian administration : a revisionist history of intrastate relations in mid-twentieth century British Columbia
This dissertation examines Native-newcomer relations during the “integrationist” era in Canadian Indian affairs: the two and a half decades after World War Two during which the federal government introduced policies designed ...
The other newcomers : aboriginal interactions with people from the Pacific
Since the 1970s, historians of British Columbia representing various ideological schools and methodological approaches have debated the role of race in the province’s history. Many of the earlier works discussed whether ...
Canada and chemical warfare 1939-1945
From 1939 to 1942 Canada, allied to the United Kingdom, prepared to defend itself against chemical attack by Nazi Germany. The Canadian preparations represented one of Canada’s many contributions to the cause of the British ...