[Post-Print] A glimmer of hope: A review of recent works on the relations between Indigenous peoples and settler society

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Smith, Keith D.
Book review of nine titles: "Compact, contract, covenant: Aboriginal treaty-making in Canada" by J.R. Miller (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2009); "Home is the hunter: The James Bay Cree and their land" by Hans M. Carlson (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2008); "The importance of being monogamous: Marriage and nation building in western Canada to 1915" by Sarah Carter (Edmonton: University of Alberta Press and Athabasca University Press, 2008); "The Indian commissioners: Agents of the state and Indian policy in Canada's prairie west, 1873-1932" by Brian Titley (Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2009); "Lament for a First Nation: The Williams Treaties of southern Ontario" by Peggy Blair (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2008); "Landing Native fisheries: Indian reserves and fishing rights in British Columbia, 1849-1925" by Douglas C. Harris (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2008); "Lines drawn upon the water: First Nations and the Great Lakes borders and borderlands" edited by Karl S. Hele (Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2008); "Makúk: A new history of Aboriginal-white relations" by John Sutton Lutz (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2008); and "The red Indians: An episodic, informal collection of tales from the history of Aboriginal People's struggles in Canada" by Peter Kulchyski (Winnipeg: Arbeiter Ring, 2007).
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