2 edition of Selected list of publications pertaining to the Indians of British Columbia. found in the catalog.
Selected list of publications pertaining to the Indians of British Columbia.
British Columbia Provincial Museum.
in [Victoria, B.C.]
Written in English
|LC Classifications||Z1209 B7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||21|
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British Columbia Provincial Museum. Selected list of publications on the Indians of British Columbia. Victoria, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: British Columbia Provincial Museum.
OCLC Number: Description: 31 pages map 22 cm. Get this from a library. A selected list of publications on the Indians of British Columbia. [Alan L Hoover; Grant R Keddie]. Contact and Conflict: Indian-European Relations in British Columbia, By Robin Fisher University of British Columbia Press, (2nd edition) Librarian's tip: Chap.
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First published inthis book has stood the test of time. Now, with more t copies in print, The Indian History of BC: The Impact of the White Man remains an important anthropological and historical record up to the s.
Foreword to the New Edition by Martha Black, Curator of Ethnology, Royal BC Museum. Schedule of all Indian Reserves (surveyed) in the Province of British Columbia and edited versions of the texts of the Vancouver Island (Douglas) Treaties (see MS for copies of the originals).
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Hello, Sign InMy Account. It is intended as a list of maps of Aboriginal agencies, reserves and settlements found primarily in the holdings of the Department of Indian Affairs (RG10, Black Series) and the two royal commissions of enquiry pertaining to Aboriginal lands, namely the Commission Respecting Indian Lands and Indian Affairs in the Province of British Columbia.
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Indians At Work originally was part of an attempt to sketch in some of the forgotten components of working class history in British Columbia. It was preceeded by three earlier life histories in a similar vein and was intended to open a vista on an Indian past little Size: 1MB.
This early immigration to Canada was met with much hostility in British Columbia. As a result of this, East Indian immigration to Canada decreased dramatically until the s. Only after the First World War did Canada change its position on East Indian immigration and allowed the admission of women and children.
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Member Societies: Local and regional historical societies with objectivesFile Size: 1MB. The Indians of British Columbia: 19th-century historical article on British Columbia Indians.
Interior Salish Tribes: Article on the Plateau Indian tribes of British Columbia. Totem Poles in British Columbia: Website about British Columbia totem poles.
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(TFN) The new Canadian parliament passes an “Act for Gradual Civilization of Indian Peoples”. The Indian Act becomes a key legislative tool for assimilation: Size: 1MB.Submit Content to British Columbia History Magazine. British Columbia History accepts voluntary submissions of feature articles, as well as articles, photos and book review suggestions for our regular sections.
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