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The Canadian Historical Review 87.1 (2006) 173-182

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Recent Publications Relating to Canada

This bibliography is intended to provide as complete coverage as possible of newly available material useful in the study of any aspect of Canadian history. In keeping with the diverse backgrounds and interests of our readers, both scholarly and well-researched popular sources are regularly listed. It should be noted that items of a purely contemporary or speculative nature and lacking appreciable historical content are normally excluded. Furthermore, accessibility considerations logically dictate that materials cited have appeared in published form, theses traditionally being the sole exception. Suggestions for possible inclusion in Recent Publications are welcomed and should be forwarded with the necessary technical information to the compiler at the Canadian Historical Review offices.

See also the 'New Books Service,' a monthly online list of Canadian publications prepared by Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa; International Perspectives; Journal of the Parliaments of the Commonwealth, issued quarterly by the General Council of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association; and in the University of Toronto Quarterly, 'Letters in Canada,' published in the January issue. Regionally oriented bibliographies are included in each issue of Acadiensis, BC Studies, and Revue d'histoire de l'Amérique française. Any MA and PhD theses listed in the current bibliography were reported as recently completed in a range of sources, including America: History and Life and Dissertation Abstracts International.

Users of this bibliography should bear in mind that all titles are listed only once. Because of subject overlap, alternative categories should be consulted.

Aboriginal History

AUGUSTINE, STEPHEN J. Mi'kmaq and Maliseet Cultural Ancestral Material: National Collections from the Canadian Museum of Civilization. Ottawa: Canadian Museum of Civilization, 2005. Pp. 264, illus. $44.95

BRAY, KINGSLEY, M. 'We belong to the North': The Flights of the Northern Indians for the White River Agencies, 1877–1878. Montana 55 (2) (2005): 28–47

BRYAN, LIZ. Stone by Stone: Exploring Ancient Sites on the Canadian Plains. Victoria: Heritage House, 2005. Pp. 176, illus. $24.95

FLIES AWAY, JOSEPH THOMAS, et al. Divorce and Real Property on American Indian Reservations: Lessons for First Nations and Canada. Atlantis 29 (2) (2005): 81–92

FORSYTH, JANICE. After the Fur Trade: First Nations Women in Canadian History, 1850–1950. Atlantis 29 (2) (2005): 69–78

GULIG, ANTHONY G. Whales, Walleyes, and Moose: Recent Case Studies in a Comparison of Indian Law in the United States and Canada. Native Studies Review 16 (1) (2005): 91–118

HALL, JUDY. 'The greatest individual hunter of material in the North': Collecting in Alaska, Canada, and Chukotka with Captain Joseph-Fidele Barnard. American Indian Art Magazine 30 (4) (2005): 68–77 [End Page 173]

HINDLE, KEVIN, et al. Relating Practice to Theory in Indigenous Entrepreneurship: A Pilot Investigation of the Kitsaki Partnership Portfolio. American Indian Quarterly 29 (1–2) (2005): 1–23

HORN-MILLER, KAHENTE. Otiyaner: The 'Women's Path' through Colonialism. Atlantis 29 (2) (2005): 57–68

KULUSIC, TAMARA. The Ultimate Betrayal: Claiming and Reclaiming Cultural Identity. Atlantis 29 (2) (2005): 23–8

MARKER, MICHAEL. 'It was two different times of the day, but in the same place': Coast Salish High School Experience in the 1970s. BC Studies 144 (2004/2005): 91–114

MORIN, MICHEL. Les insuffisanses d'une analyse purement historique des droits des peuples autochtones. Revue d'histoire de l'Amérique française 57 (2) (2003): 237–54

POWERS, NATASHA. Beyond Cultural Differences: Interpreting a Treaty between the Mi'kmaq and British at Belcher's Farm, 1761. Atlantis 29 (2) (2005): 47–54

RAY, ARTHUR J. I Have Lived Here since the World Began: An Illustrated History of Canada's Native People. Rev. ed. Toronto: Key Porter Books, 2005. Pp. 424, illus. $37.95

SAVARD, DAN. Changing Images: Photographic Collections of First Nations Peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast Held in the Royal British Columbia Museum, 1860–1920. BC Studies 145 (2005): 55–96

SIGGINS, MAGGIE. Bitter Embrace: White Society's Assault on the Woodland Cree. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 2005. Pp. 352, illus. $37.99

THOMSON, DUANE, and MARIANNE IGNACE. 'They made themselves...


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