FULL CIRCLE:CANADA'S FIRST NAT
Edition: 2nd 2008
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Description: Full Circle is appropriate for college and university courses in Anthropology, Sociology, Native Studies and Canadian Studies departments. Using a 'native-centric" voice, the text takes a modern and multidisciplinary approach, providing historical, geographical and cultural background before reviewing the current state of affairs of first nations peoples in Canada. It provides a concise overview of all native groups, including Innuit and Metis, and explores recent developments in the political, environmental, and legal areas. This revised edition includes up-to-date ethnographic data and deals with some pressing health-related issues of growing concern.
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Copyright year: 2008
Publication date: 2/19/2007
|Origins and Oral Traditions|
|The Peopling of the Americas|
|Connections to the Land|
|The Eastern Woodlands|
|The Eastern Subarctic|
|The Western Subarctic|
|The Northwest Coast|
|The Royal Proclamation and the Indian Act|
|The Golden Lake Algonquin and Algonquin Park: Missed by Treaty|
|Fighting for Recognition: The Sheshatshit Innu and the Megaprojects|
|The James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement|
|Effects of Colonialism|
|Native Health Issues|
|Colonialism, Native Education, and "Child Welfare"|
|Contemporary Debates and Social Action|
|Social Issues: The Dudley George Story|
|Fighting for the Sacred Waters: The Peigan and the Oldman River Dam|
|The Justice System and Natives|
|Undoing the Past|