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Canada's First Nations: A History of Founding Peoples from Earliest Times… (edition 1992)

by Olive Patricia Dickason (Author)

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Title:Canada's First Nations: A History of Founding Peoples from Earliest Times (Civilization of the American Indian)
Authors:Olive Patricia Dickason (Author)
Info:Univ of Oklahoma Pr (1992), 624 pages
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A wonderful and lucid read, chock full of digestible information. More books like this could lead to something akin to peace, love and understanding. ( )
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This is a comprehensive history of Canada's original inhabitants-- Indians, Inuit, and later, Metis. Using an interdisciplinary approach that combines history, anthropology, and archaeology, Dickason tells the story of the more than 50 nations in the territory that is now Canada, beginning with the arrival of people in North America from across the Bering Strait many thousands of years ago.

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