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Aboriginal Canada Revisited

Exploring a variety of topics—including health, politics, education, art, literature, media, and film— Aboriginal Canada Revisited draws a portrait of the current political and … 437 View

The Imaginary Indian, 1st Edition

The Image of the Indian in Canadian Culture

First published in 1992, The Imaginary Indian is a revealing history of the "Indian" image mythologized by popular Canadian culture since 1850, propagating stereotypes that exist to … 284 View

The Imaginary Indian, 2nd Edition

The Image of the Indian in Canadian Culture

First published in 1992, The Imaginary Indian is a revealing history of the “Indian” image mythologized by popular Canadian culture since 1850, propagating stereotypes that exist to … 284 View
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Introduction: Aboriginal Canada Revisited

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Preface to the Second Edition, Acknowledgements, Foreword by Randy Fred, Introduction

From: The Imaginary Indian, 2nd Edition

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Randy Fred debunks the concept of “Indians” and claims that Native people live within a world of imagery that isn’t their own. Daniel Frances further explores the myth that is … 43 $1.72 Add
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Preface to the Second Edition, Acknowledgements, Foreword by Randy Fred, Introduction

From: The Imaginary Indian, 1st Edition

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Randy Fred debunks the concept of “Indians” and claims that Native people live within a world of imagery that isn’t their own. Daniel Frances further explores the myth that is … 43 $1.72 Add
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De-colonizing Canadian Aboriginal Health and Social Services from the Inside Out: A Case Study – The Ahousaht Holistic Society

From: Aboriginal Canada Revisited

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This paper is a product of my observation of and participation in a decolonizing process that involved the creation of the Ahousaht Holistic Society in British Columbia and describes some of my … 20 $2.00 Add
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Original Peoples to 1671

From: North of Superior

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Looks at the Aboriginal cultures that flourished in this region before the arrival of Europeans. Breaks down the extended history into The Paleo-Americans, The Shield Archaic Peoples, The … ; 12 $1.20 Add
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Taking the Image

Part I

From: The Imaginary Indian, 2nd Edition

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The author opens part I of the book with a critique of one of the most famous Canadian themed paintings—The Death of Wolfe by Benjamin West and calls it a lie. 25 $0.50 Add
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Taking the Image

Part I

From: The Imaginary Indian, 1st Edition

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The author opens part I of the book with a critique of one of the most famous Canadian themed paintings—The Death of Wolfe by Benjamin West and calls it a lie. The author opens part I of … 25 $0.50 Add
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The Commission on the Future of Health Care in Canada: A Case Study of Aboriginal Health

From: Aboriginal Canada Revisited

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In his final report, issued in 2002, Romanow, among other things, addressed the health status of Aboriginal people in Canada (First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples). His recommendations, and … 22 $2.20 Add
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The Vanishing Canadian

From: The Imaginary Indian, 2nd Edition

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This chapter calls out the 18th and 19th artists like Paul Kane, Edward Curtis, and others for taking the Indian image and manipulating and displaying in any way they wanted. The image-makers … 50 $2.50 Add
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The Vanishing Canadian

From: The Imaginary Indian, 1st Edition

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This chapter calls out the 18th and 19th artists like Paul Kane, Edward Curtis, and others for taking the Indian image and manipulating and displaying in any way they wanted. The image-makers … 50 $2.50 Add
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The Nisga’a Common Bowl in Tradition and Politics

From: Aboriginal Canada Revisited

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In the year 1887; a delegation of Nisga a travelled by canoe and steamboat to Victoria in order to discuss their land question with the governor of British Columbia. […] In 1913 they … 14 $1.40 Add
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Métis Scholarship in the 21st Century: Life on the Periphery

From: Aboriginal Canada Revisited

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Consideration for a research subject’s gender, culture, religion, mental capacity, and social structure are paramount in research. Métis researchers often do not have the luxury of … 12 $1.20 Add
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Presenting the Image

Part II

From: The Imaginary Indian, 2nd Edition

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Non-Native Canadians came to know the Indian: in books, in public performance, at country fairs, in museums and schoolrooms, at summer camp and in the movies. There were very few places, in fact, … 24 $0.48 Add