Item Detail

Item Number 6380
Title Indians Of The Prairie Provinces An Historical Review
Author Department of Indian Affairs
Condition VG+/NONE
Publisher Department Of Indian Affairs
Place Published Ottawa, Canada
Date Published 1967
Binding Booklet
Notes Booklet is clean and tight; green wraps with black printing and the image of a buffalo on the front wrap. The text block is tight without any marks or tears. There is a small scuff on the back lower corner and light wear at the spine fold. A review of the five tribes of Indians that lived on the plains of the Canadian Northwest in the 18th century They included the Blackfoot, Assiniboine, Sarcee, Gros Ventre and Kooteney. Contents include an introduction that tells about the explorers & traders, the introduction of the horse, the white influence from 1800 -1870 and the Treaty Era. Also, the early missionaries and then the transition era up to 1960. ; B&W Photographs; 11" x 8 1/2"; 25 pages
Keyword(s) Department of Indian Affairs,Indians,Canada,History,Indian History
Category(ies) History Travel Exploration Places,Native Americans Americana Ethnic
Price $11.90