Seeing Red: A History of Natives in Canadian Newspapers

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Univ. of Manitoba Press, 2011 - History - 362 pages
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The first book to examine the role of Canada's newspapers in perpetuating the myth of Native inferiority.
 

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Contents

Introduction
3
The Ruperts Land Purchase 1869
19
Treaty 3 1873
40
The NorthWest Rebellion 1885
58
The Klondike Gold Rush 18981905
83
Remembering Pauline Johnson 1913
99
The Death of Archie Belaney 1938
116
Aboriginal People after World War II 1948
137
The Anicinabe Park Standoff 1974
173
Bill C31 1985
192
The Oka Crisis 1990
219
A Prairie Centennial 19052005
243
Conclusion Return of the Native
265
Notes
277
Bibliography
336
Index
352

The White Paper 1969
155

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About the author (2011)

Mark Cronlund Anderson is the author of four books, including Pancho Villa's Revolution by Headlines and Cowboy Imperialism and Hollywood Film, which won the 2010 Cawelti Prize for Best Book in American Culture. He is a professor of history at Luther College, University of Regina.

Carmen L. Robertson is mixed blood (Lakota/Scottish) scholar currently working on projects related to the art and mythology of Anishinaabe artist Norval Morrisseau. She is an associate professor of art history at University of Regina and also maintains an active curatorial practice.

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