Legacy: Indian Treaty Relationships
Plains Publishing, 1991 - Indians of North America - 156 pages
Considers the historical agreements between the Aboriginal First Nations and the British Crown. Examines the historical background and contemporary situation in Canada, in units structured into focus questions, key issues and concrete examples. Directed at high school students.
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