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My Name Is Dolly By Dolly McRae
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The poems and stories will bring you back in time and tell of moments in Dolly's life before she went to residential school, and stories of her family and friends. Dolly wrote of the time she spent... More > in Kitwanga, British Columbia and then she tells of her life in Port Alberni.< Less
Cultural Empowerment within Museums and Anthropology By Dolly McRae
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This book, Cultural Empowerment within Museums and Anthropology, was designed to give some practical suggestions for an improved relationship between Museums and the First Peoples of North America.
Cultural Empowerment Within Museums and Anthropology By Dolly McRae
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This book, Cultural Empowerment within Museums and Anthropology, was designed to give some practical suggestions for an improved relationship between Museums and the First Peoples of North America.
The Extinction of the White Race By Larry Lewis
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This book is intended to give you a little insight on some of the probable events that may take place the closer the white race moves towards being extinct. Everyone goes through the typical cookie... More > cutter tales, but I believe this one is a little more closer to what will actually take place and has many statements in it that can be researched if one dares to do so. I hope you enjoy this read!< Less
The Truth of the Doctrine of Discovery By Meru El Muad'Dib
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A very powerful examination of the disastrous Christian Doctrine of Discovery. Not many people seem to be aware of its existence. Yet, its influence is felt in our very existence. This is the first... More > volume of three that deal with a brief introduction to what it is and how it influences us today.< Less
The Western Cree (Pakisimotan Wi Iniwak) - Ethnography - By Joachim Fromhold
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The most comprehensive compilation of ethnography of the Western Cree. 374 pages. Tribal/Band Structure, membership, burial practices, marriage patterns, warfare, tipis, cosmology/spirits, naming... More > practices, dress, bows, disease, mortality & starvation, transportation, etc.< Less
Western Canadian People In The Past 1600-1900 - Genealogical Master Charts By Joachim Fromhold
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A companion volume to Western Canadian People In The Past - births, deaths, affiliations. Two Master Charts of genealogical kinships of some seven thousand persons in some 200 families... More > mostly affiliated with the West People Cree.< Less
Western Canadian People In The Past 1600-1900 - Genealogical Master Charts By Joachim Fromhold
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A companion volume to Western Canadian People In The Past - births, deaths, affiliations. Two Master Charts of genealogical kinships of some seven thousand persons in some 200 families... More > mostly affiliated with the West People Cree.< Less
The Western Cree (Pakisimotan Wi Iniwak) - Ethnography - By Joachim Fromhold
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The most comprehensive compilation of ethnography of the Western Cree. 374 pages. Tribal/Band Structure, membership, burial practices, marriage patterns, warfare, tipis, cosmology/spirits, naming... More > practices, dress, bows, disease, mortality & starvation, transportation, etc.< Less
Because of the Moon By C.J. Cutayne
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13 year old graffiti artist Jay Roberts is caught in a shakedown of the chop shop in his favourite alley. Jay is given a choice; juvenile detention or six months on a run down Indian reservation... More > where his estranged grandfather will oversee the punishment. Confined to the village, Jay continues his destructive ways even shooting a crow. His social worker, thick-ankles Thornton, is anxious to catch Jay and send him to youth detention. The kids of the village treat Jay as an outsider, calling him "Apple". Jay confronts Miles, the school bully with a creative solution to either stop Miles or be turned into “Apple” sauce. Jay’s resentment is chipped away as he gets to know the quirky villagers. Grampa reveals their heritage through storytelling and totem pole carving which may be lost as more people move away. Will Jay fight for the vanishing village or will he return to the city he calls home? A funny and heartwarming story about standing up for yourself and fighting to preserve your heritage.< Less

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