As long as this land shall last : a history of treaty 8 and treaty 11, 1870-1939


Format:
Book


Author(s):
Fumoleau, RenÈ


Keyword(s):
Indians of North America -- Treaties. Indians of North America -- Northwest Territories. DÈnÈ (Indiens) -- Relations avec l'…tat. Indiens d'AmÈrique -- Canada -- TraitÈs. Indiens d'AmÈrique -- Territoires du Nord-Ouest -- Relations avec l'…tat. Indiens d'AmÈrique -- Territoires du Nord-Ouest -- TraitÈs. Indiens d'AmÈrique, Attitudes envers les -- Canada.


Year:
1973 [?]


Pages:
415 p., [8] leaves of plates


Publisher:
McClelland and Stewart


Publisher location:
Toronto


Accession number:
2225232


Label:
Box 138


Notes:
ill. ; 23 cm. Chapter I. The old Northwest Territories, 1870 -- 1895 -- government -- new transportation routes -- no treaty -- no help -- Chapter II. Treaty 8, 1897 -- 1900 -- glitter of gold -- North West Mounted Police patrols -- negotiations -- Chapter III. The years between the treaties, 1900 -- 1920 -- Chapter IV. Treaty 11 -- oil is king -- conspiracy of silence -- Chapter V. The years after treaty 11, 1922 -- 1927 -- trapping & hunting -- Chapter VI. A decade of desperation, 1928 -- 1939 -- flu epidemic -- metis & eskimo -- boycott at Fort Resolution Includes index./ Bibliography: p. 393-404. RenÈ Fumoleau. Book


Language:
English


Call number:
LC: KE7709; E78.C2; Dewey: 343/.7192/025


ISBN:
ISBN: 0771031882; 9780771031885 LCCN: 76-360045


Abstract:
This historical study of the negotiation and implementation of Treaty 8 and Treaty 11, affecting the Indians of northern Alberta, northern Saskatchewan and the southern Northwest Territories, including the settlements of Fond du Lac and For Chipewyan, covers the period 1870 to 1939, and includes contemporary photographs.


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