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published byUniversity of Toronto Press
viewing issueVolume 79, Number 2, June 1998
Table of Contents
Notes and Comments
- The Dieppe Raid Debate
- pp. 304-315
- Recent Publications Relating to Canada
- pp. 316-327
- Copying People: Photographing British Columbia First Nations, 1860–1940 by Daniel Francis, and: Proclaiming the Gospel to the Indians and the Métis: The Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate in Western Canada, 1845–1945 by Raymond J.A. Huel, and: The True Spirit and Original Intent of Treaty 7 by Treaty 7 and Tribal Council and Dorothy First Rider, with Walter Hildebrand and Sarah Carter (review)
- pp. 342-345
- p. 430
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