Department of Indian Affairs books x7 Canadian Indian Ottawa Canada Prairie Ontario Yukon Linquistic

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Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, books x7,

Ottawa Canada

all booklets are intact with no rips, no tears, no writing, the Ontario book has a full frontal stain please see photo, does not affect the legibility.

1 the Canadian Indian, Indian Affairs Branch, 1966, An overview of Canada’s first nations, includes the treaties, education, social and economic status, self-government, education, and legal status

2 Linguistic and Cultural Affiliations of Canadian Indian Bands, 1967, A statistical look at the 10 linguistic groups of Canadian Indians. Includes a table of Indian bands, listing the band, the population at the time, the linguistic group and district, and the cultural area.

(An Historical Overview)

3 Indians of Ontario, 1966, Algonkian Indians, Cayuga Indians, Chippewa Indians, Cree Indians, Hurons, Iroquois Indians, Mohawk Indians, Ojibwa Indians, Oneida Indians, Onondaga Indians, Ottawa Indians, Seneca Indians, Tobacco Indians

4 Indians of Quebec and the Maritime Provinces, 1967, overview of the various First Nations of the area, and the impact of European exploration, colonization, missionary work, and modern era events.

5 Indians of Yukon and Northwest Territories, 1967, Pre-history and history of northern Canadian Indians: the Dogribs, Chipewyan,Yellowknife etc.

6 Indians of the Prairie Provinces, 1967

7 Indians of British Columbia, 1967, A history of the aboriginal population of British Columbia from 1774 to the 1960s. the viewpoints are written from the perspective of the Canadian government at that time.