The image of the Indian: the Canadian Indian as a subject and a concept in a sampling of the popular national magazines read in Canada, 1900-1970
A paper to determine what view on the Canadian Indian writers were extending in the popular national magazines, and to suggest attitudes and changes in attitudes during these seven decades.
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