(Re)Generation: The Poetry of Kateri Akiwenzie-Damm, paper ed.

$18.99

(Re)Generation: The Poetry of Kateri Akiwenzie-Damm, is written by Kateri Akiwenzie-Damm, an Anishinaabe writer, poet, spoken-word performer, librettist, and activist of mixed ancestry from the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation, Saugeen Ojibway Nation. She is the founder and Managing Editor of Kegedonce Press which was established in 1993 to publish the work of Indigenous creators. (Re)Generation is edited by Dallas Hunt, Cree, and a member of Wapsewsipi (Swan River First Nation) in Treaty 8 territory in Northern Alberta.

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Serpent River Resurgence: Confronting Uranium Mining at Elliot Lake, paper ed.

$29.95

Serpent River Resurgence: Confronting Uranium Mining at Elliot Lake tells the story of how the Serpent River Anishinaabek confronted the persistent forces of settler colonialism and the effects of uranium mining at Elliot Lake, Ontario. Written by Lianne Leddy, a member of Serpent River First Nation, Serpent River Resurgence draws on extensive archival, participant interview, and newspaper sources as she examines the environmental and political power relationships that affected her homeland in the Cold War period.

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Indigenous Life in Canada: Past, Present, Future: Protests, paperback ed.

$15.95

Indigenous Life in Canada: Past, Present, Future is a set of 32-page books published by Beech Street Books. Designed for elementary students from grades 4 to 7 the books offer introductions to the history of Indigenous Peoples in the story of Canada. In Protests by Erin Nicks, the author, the six chapters begin with Chapter one, Indigenous Struggles. In this chapter treaties, mistreatment affecting cultures through the residential schools and the development of reserves is discussed. Topics include clean water and modern movements.

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The McDonalds, The Lives and Legends of a Kaska Dena Family, hardcover ed.

$59.99

The McDonalds: The Lives & Legends of a Kaska Dena Family by Allison Tubman (Kaska Dena) is a photography book with accompanying text of The McDonalds from the northeast region of British Columbia. This book chronicles the McDonalds family in photos  and stories contributed by family and friends, organizations, business owners, and historical societies. First Nation bands and Chiefs and Councils have also contributed to the success of this book. The McDonalds is a chronology of the lives of Old Man Sean McDonald and Ah-Soo and their fourteen children.

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Indigenous Life in Canada: Past, Present, Future: Protests, hardcover ed.

$30.95

Indigenous Life in Canada: Past, Present, Future is a set of 32-page books published by Beech Street Books. Designed for elementary students from grades 4 to 7 the books offer introductions to the history of Indigenous Peoples in the story of Canada. In Protests by Erin Nicks, the author, the six chapters begin with Chapter one, Indigenous Struggles. In this chapter treaties, mistreatment affecting cultures through the residential schools and the development of reserves is discussed. Topics include clean water and modern movements.

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Lost Harvests: Prairie Indian Reserve Farmers and Government Policy, 2nd edtion, paperback

$34.95

Lost Harvests: Prairie Indian Reserve Farmers and Government Policy, 2nd edition by Sarah Carter now includes a new introduction and is based on the original 1990 edition of this book and with the same name. Lost Harvests is about the history of the Plains Nations west of the Red River settlement and farming the prairies in the 19th century. This work is unique because in general the author states that First Nations were excluded from the history of farming and discussions on their capability to farm.

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The North-west is Our Mother, hardcover ed.

$36.99

The North-West is Our Mother by Jean Teillet, great-grandniece of Louis Riel is the story of Louis Riel’s people, the Métis Nation of the Canadian North-West. The Métis Nation are a new Indigenous people descended from First Nations and Europeans and their narrative is missing as Indigenous peoples of Canada. This was first discussed in 1909 by the Old Wolves. Questions such as who are the Métis, what makes them a Nation, where they are, and their Indian ancestry are all answered in this book, which covers the period from the 1790s to 2018.

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By Law or In Justice: The Indian Specific Claims Commission and the Struggle for Indigenous Justice, paperback ed.

$32.95

By Law or In Justice: The Indian Specific Claims Commission and the Struggle for Indigenous Justice by Jane Dickson, a commissioner for the non defunct Indian Specific Claims Commission. This book explores the history of Treaties and Aboriginal Government division of its Specific Claims branch. It is also a history of bullying, micromanagement, and  limited accountability In spite of numerous reports such as Justice At Last, there are problems in policy-making and processes stemming from one fundamental flaw, according to the author, which is the Crown.

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Nitinikiau Innusi/I Keep the Land Alive

$29.95

Tshaukuesh Elizabeth Penashue, Labrador Innu cultural and environmental activist, is well known within and beyond the Innu Nation. She is the recipient of the National Aboriginal Achievement Award and has an honorary doctorate from Memorial University. This book began as her diary, written in Innu-aimun, with entries from 1987 to 2016, offering a detailed account of her day-to-day life, as well as reflections on Innu land, politics, culture and history. The diary was also a way for her to prepare speeches, court appearances and interviews.

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