The Canadian Indian .: R32-76/1986E-PDF
"Through decades of dedication and persistence, Indian people have succeeded in making the government and the general public aware that they were once free, self-sustaining nations. Today, in seeking their own forms of self-government, they want to assume their rightful place in Canadian society. At the same time, they want to maintain the rich diversity of their traditional cultures which evolved over thousands of years before European contact."--General Introduction.
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|Department/Agency||Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada.|
|Title||The Canadian Indian .|
|Other language editions||[French]|
|Electronic document|| |
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|Note(s)|| Issued also in French under title: Les Indiens du Canada. |
Digitized edition from print [produced by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada].
Includes bibliographical references.
|Publishing information||Ottawa : Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, 1986.|
|Description||102 p. : maps, photos|
|Catalogue number|| |
|Departmental catalogue number||QS-6026-000-EE-A1|
|Subject terms||Indians, Culture, Canadian identity|
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