Roots of Entanglement: Essays in the History of Native-Newcomer Relations

Roots of Entanglement: Essays in the History of Native-Newcomer Relations

By: Kerry M. Abel (author), Myra Rutherdale (author), P. Whitney Lackenbauer (author)Paperback

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Roots of Entanglement offers an historical exploration of the relationships between Indigenous peoples and European newcomers in the territory that would become Canada. Various engagements between Indigenous peoples and the state are emphasized and questions are raised about the ways in which the past has been perceived and how those perceptions have shaped identity and, in turn, interaction both past and present. Specific topics such as land, resources, treaties, laws, policies, and cultural politics are explored through a range of perspectives that reflect state-of-the-art research in the field of Indigenous history. Editors Myra Rutherdale, Whitney Lackenbauer, and Kerry Abel have assembled an array of top scholars including luminaries such as Keith Carlson, Bill Waiser, Skip Ray, and Ken Coates. Roots of Entanglement is a direct response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's call for a better appreciation of the complexities of history in the relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in Canada.

About Author

Myra Rutherdale was a professor in the Department of History at York University. Whitney Lackenbauer is a professor in the Department of History and co-director of the Centre for Foreign Policy and Federalism at the University of Waterloo. Kerry Abel was a professor in the Department of History at Carleton University.

Contents

I Introduction Myra Rutherdale, P. Whitney Lackenbauer, and Kerry Abel II The Crown, Colonial Spaces, and Aboriginality The Simcoes and the Indians, Kerry Abel Lord Bury and the First Nations: A Year in the Canadas, Donald B. Smith "Chief Teller of Tales": John Buchan's Ideas on Indigenous Peoples, the Commonwealth, and an Emerging Idea of Canada, 1935-40, Brendan Frederick R. Edwards At the Crossroads of Militarism and Modernization: Inuit-Military Relations in the Cold War Arctic, P. Whitney Lackenbauer Alaska Highway Nurses and DEW Line Doctors: Medical Encounters in Northern Canadian Indigenous Communities, Myra Rutherdale III Interraciality and Education Negotiating Aboriginal Interraciality in Three Early British Columbian Indian Residential Schools, Jean Barman Language, Place, and Kinship Ties: Past and Present Necessities for M tis Education, Jonathan Anuik IV Law, Legislation, and History They Have Suffered the Most: First Nations and the Aftermath of the 1885 North-West Rebellion, Bill Waiser "Powerless To Protect": Ontario Game Protection Legislation, Unreported and Indetermined Case Law, and the Criminalization of Indian Hunting in the Robinson Treaty Territories, 1892-1931, Frank Tough One Good Thing: Law and Elevator Etiquette in the Indian Territories, Hamar Foster Reclaiming History through the Courts: Aboriginal Rights, the Marshall Decision, and Maritime History, Kenneth S. Coates VI Anthropologists, Historians, and the Indigenous Historiography "We Could Not Help Noticing the Fact That Many of Them Were Cross-eyed": Historical Evidence and Coast Salish Leadership, Keith Carlson An Appealing Anthropology, Frozen in Time: Diamond Jenness' The Indians of Canada, Dianne Newell and Arthur J. Ray VII Conclusion Aboriginal Research in Troubled Times, Alan C. Cairns Note on Contributors

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  • ISBN13: 9781487521370
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 464
  • ID: 9781487521370
  • weight: 710
  • ISBN10: 1487521375

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