5 edition of First Nations periodical index found in the catalog.
Title from home page as viewed on June 12, 2001; last udpated Feb. 15, 2000.HTML source code identifies author as Celeste Lerat.A joint project of the Saskatchewan Indian Federated College, Saskatoon Campus, the Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre, and the Library Services for Saskatchewan Aboriginal Peoples Committee.Licensed for access by U. of T. users.High school and university students, educators, instructors, and researchers.Mode of access: World Wide Web.
|Statement||Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre|
|Publishers||Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 112 p. :|
|Number of Pages||84|
|Introduction Search Journal listings Links Acknowledgements.|
Index of First Nations journals, articles, and book reviews. File Size: 7MB.
36"They sign their own death warrants. What were generally the goals and strategies of the missionaries in the 1910s?
They accept freelance writers and encourage submissions to the editor. This list of Indigenous periodicals is a list of edited by and other living in. Blake publishes an attack on sanitary conditions and educational policies at the residential schools, He recommends reserve schools as opposed to off-reserve residential schools. Alberta Sweetgrass, Edmonton: AMMSA1993- monthly, serves Aboriginal communities throughout Alberta• 56-58 is a clear, and rather chilling, statement of the purpose of the schools.
Databases are highly structured, which means you can perform complex searches using controlled vocabulary. 1910 The churches and the government sign a memorandum of agreement, initially greeted as the dawn of a new era, partly because government grants to residential schools will be increased according to their grade., : Nortext, 1973- irregular English and Inuktitut•
What is Hendry's view of First Nations people, and what is his view of the Church? c In August 2000, the United Church had withdrawn an expression of support for staff laid off by the Anglican General Synod partly for financial repercussions from IRS lawsuits.
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