The historical development of the Indian Act: R32-313/1978E-PDF
"The purpose of this paper is to acquaint Departmental officials and researchers with the main themes of Indian policy and legislation from colonial times. It is not intended to be a definitive account, but rather a guide to further research, and a stimulus for policy discussion. ... It has two major sections: Pre-Confederation 1755-1867, and Post-Confederation, 1867-1951"--Preface, p. [ii].
|Department/Agency||Indian and Northern Affairs Canada.|
|Title||The historical development of the Indian Act|
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|Note||"August 1978". "The current Research Branch contracted Robert G. Moore, a history graduate, to prepare a draft manuscript. This manuscript was then edited by John Leslie and Ron Maguire, Treaties and Historical Research Centre"--Pref., p. [ii]. Historical publication digitized from print in 2011.|
|Number of Pages||196 p. :|
|Subject Terms||Aboriginal affairs, Agreements, Indians|
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