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Indigenous Toronto

Stories That Carry This Place

Rich and diverse narratives of Indigenous Toronto, past and present Beneath many major North American cities rests a deep foundation of Indigenous history that has been colonized, paved over, … ; ; ; 304 View

Reconciliation and Indigenous Justice

A Search for Ways Forward

The horrors of the Indian residential schools are by now well-known historical facts, and they have certainly found purchase in the Canadian consciousness in recent years. The history of violence … 233 View

Resistance and Renewal

Surviving the Indian Residential School

One of the first books published to deal with the phenomenon of residential schools in Canada, Resistance and Renewal is a disturbing collection of Native perspectives on the Kamloops Indian … 172 View

The Beothuk

A history of the Beothuk of Newfoundland. Exciting in its detail, this book gives us a rare picture of a lost people whose culture was destroyed after the arrival of white settlers. This title … 88 View

The Truth About Stories

A Native Narrative

"Stories are wondrous things," award-winning author and scholar Thomas King declares in his 2003 CBC Massey Lectures. "And they are dangerous." Beginning with a traditional … 184 View


Stuart Hodgson and the Birth of the Modern Arctic

In 1967, Stuart Hodgson, a pugnacious British Columbia labour leader, was the newly-appointed Commissioner of the Northwest Territories, responsible for establishing a fledgling government in the … 326 View

Victims of Benevolence

The Dark Legacy of the Williams Lake Residential School

An unsettling study of two tragic events at an Indian residential school in British Columbia which serve as a microcosm of the profound impact the residential school system had on Aboriginal … 142 View

"You’ll Never Believe What Happened" Is Always a Great Way to Start

From: The Truth About Stories

In this reading, Indigenous author and scholar Thomas King explores the idea that stories, both those we tell ourselves and those that are told to us by others, are foundational in establishing … 30 $3.60 Add


Stuart Hodgson and the Birth of the Modern Arctic

From: Umingmak

This section includes a foreword, author’s note, map of the Northwest Territories in 1970, and Prologue 6 $0.60 Add


From: The History of Montréal

This chapter looks at the early history of the island of Montreal and its colonization by the French. It looks at the Iroquoian/Indigenous and French perspective on this history. 9 $0.90 Add


The Story of Canada

From: National Dreams

In the introduction the author states that Indians were referred to as looking “Alien Like” and that the “British-born Canadians” are the “Elect of the earth”. … 30 $0.90 Add


From: The Beothuk

The introduction provides an overview of the sequence of information that is presented in the book and the author’s goals 1 $0.10 Add


From: Victims of Benevolence

In most books, historical records have been written by non-Natives and thus reflect a non-Native cultural orientation. As a result, Native perspectives are often excluded from documentary sources … 16 $0.16 Add

Preface, Acknowledgements, Introduction

From: Resistance and Renewal

The author, Celia Haig-Brown, lays the groundwork for the research for Resistance and Renewal. 17 $0.17 Add

Rising Like a Cloud: New Histories of ‘Old’ Toronto

From: Indigenous Toronto

This reading introduces the book and explores Toronto’s history. 6 $0.60 Add

The Legacy of Residential Schools

From: Reconciliation and Indigenous Justice

Chapter 1 introduces the objective of the book, which is to examine reconciliation and Indigenous justice through exploring the legacy of residential schools and their role that this legacy plays … 10 $1.00 Add