Contours of a People: Metis Family, Mobility, and History, paper ed

$50.30

Contours of a People: Métis Family, Mobility, and History presents a far-ranging collection of 14 essays about Métis history and family in Canada that considers issues ranging from Métis rights under Canadian law and how the Library of Congress categorizes Métis scholarship to the role of women in maintaining economic and social networks. What does it mean to be Métis? How do the Métis understand their world, and how do family, community, and location shape their consciousness?

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Gathering Places: Aboriginal and Fur Trade Histories, paper ed

$48.95

Gathering Places: Aboriginal and Fur Trade Histories is a collection of 11 essays that discuss the Métis, fur trade, and First Nations history in this edited volume of interdisciplinary papers. Edited by Carol Podruchny and Laura Peers this volume covers themes such as Using Material Culture, Using Documents, Ways of Knowing, and Ways of Representing.

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Gathering Places: Aboriginal and Fur Trade Histories, hardcover ed

$108.00

Gathering Places: Aboriginal and Fur Trade Histories is a collection of 11 essays that discuss the Metis, fur trade, and First Nations history in this edited volume of interdisciplinary papers. Edited by Carol Podruchny and Laura Peers this volume covers themes such as Using Material Culture, Using Documents, Ways of Knowing, and Ways of Representing.

Price: $108.00

Making the Voyageur World: Travelers and Traders in the North American Fur Trade, paper ed

$39.96

York University history professor's study of the voyageurs who worked transporting goods during the fur trade. Their often overlooking social lives are examined in this study. Documentary sources are limited to reports by travelers, explorers, and their masters. From these records the author describes the personal lives of these French Canadian men as well as their interaction and relationships with First Nations.

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Decentring the Renaissance: Canada and Europe in Multidisciplinary Perspective, 1500-1700, paper ed

$29.95

Collection of 18 scholarly essays presented in 1996 at a conference at the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, University of Toronto. One of the most significant papers is the one delivered by the late Deborah Doxtator. Her paper, Inclusive and Exclusive Perceptions of Difference: Native and Euro-Based Concepts of Time, History, and Change, makes the argument that Indigenous views of history can be important in the creation of the history of Canada at the time of the Renaissance. Other papers include the work of Olive P.

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