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Trading with the Hudson's Bay Company, a case study of the Nipigon House Post, 1828-1838
This thesis critically examines generalizations offered in the fur trade literature regarding the impact of the amalgamation of the Northwest Company and Hudson's Bay Company upon Aboriginal trade partners. There are ...
Coming full circle : non-Aboriginal teachers' narratives of their engagement in urban Aboriginal education
Current Aboriginal researchers address how Eurocentrism construsts and reinforces a set of normative and oppressive "educational" values that do not recognize or include Indigenous epistemologies. A few studies are emerging ...
Adapting to change, perceptions and knowledges in the involvement of Aboriginal peoples in forest management : a case study with Lac Seul First Nation
This study examines the involvement of Aboriginal peoples in forest management and their perceptions and understandings of the forest, forest management, participation, consultation and Aboriginal and Treaty rights in ...
Northwestern Ontario Indian childrens' [sic] scores on the WISC in relation to the normative population.
Because Indian children of Northwestern Ontario attend schools designed for children of white, North-American families, they are frequently given the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children. This research was undertaken ...