The role of the Indian Affairs Branch in the Mackenzie: R5-341/1964E-PDF

past, present and future /

"It is traditionally considered that North America was discovered in error and explored in exasperation by men looking for the riches of the Orient. Early knowledge of the Eastern Arctic was gained by Corte-Real in 1500 and others who followed, looking for the Northwest Passage and eventually settling for whales and furs. The search for new sources of furs took the agents of the trading companies right across the north and they left posts, many of which exist today as settlements of the Northwest Territories."--Historical Summary, p. [1].

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Department/Agency Indian and Northern Affairs. Dept. of Northern Affairs and National Resources.
Title The role of the Indian Affairs Branch in the Mackenzie
Subtitle past, present and future /
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Format Electronic
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Note "January, 1964." "Essay assignment for Northern University 1963-64."--Letter of submittal. Digitized edition from print [produced by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada].
Date 1964.
Number of Pages 45 p.
Catalogue Number
  • R5-341/1964E-PDF
Subject Terms Indians, Aboriginal affairs, Northern Canada