1885 and After: Native Society in Transition
University of Regina Press, 1986 - History - 306 pages
Contains most of the papers presented at a conference held in early May 1985. Conference was hosted by the Native Studies Department of the University of Saskatchewan. Part I is concerned with events leading up to and including the Northwest Rebellian of 1885 while Part II focusses on the transition of native society in the aftermath of 1885.
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