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Title: The Beaver, Exploring Canada's History, February-March 1987
Description: Winnipeg: Hudson's Bay Company, 1987. Periodical, 8.5 x 11 stapled wraps, illustrated throughout in black and white and colour with numerous photos, art, diagrams and maps, 62pp. Cover: Chief from Fort William, by Paul Kane. Contents of this issue: Aboriginal Rights a Century Ago (Were the Indians cheated in 1885? An old case re-examined) by Donald B. Smith; Kind Hearts or Forked Tongues? (From 'noble-savage' to 'welfare bum' - a century of decline) by Boyce Richardson; The Road to Camp 10 (Self Help: Back to the bush) by Jake MacDonald; The Voice of Missahba (Self Help: Going into business) by Jean Sangwine; Michabous and the White Beaver (He came to kill the British officer, why did he hesitate?) by Charles Garrad. Very good condition. 180 grams - ships lettermail at reduced postage when you contact us directly! We welcome all reasonable offers on our books.

Keywords: Beaver Magazine Hudsons Bay Company; Christopher Dafoe Beaver Editor, Aboriginal Rights 1885, Missahba; Jean Sangwine; Michabous White Beaver Charles Garrad Cdn Periodicals

Price: US$ 12.00 Seller: Books on the Web/Booksinternationale.com
- Book number: 28381

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