Strangers Devour the Land
Updated edition of the 1975 account of the Cree Indians of northern Quebec and the James Bay Hydroelectric Project, with discussion of the environmental effects of the dams built to date, and of the effects on the traditional Indian way of life, in particular at Waswanipi, Mistassini, Rupert House, Garden and Lac Trefart.
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ISAIAH AND HIS SONS
THE INDIAN RHYTHM
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