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|Description:||Book reviews of 17 books:
wanisinwak iskwesisak; awasisasinahikanis/Two Little Girls Lost in the Bush; A Cree Story for Children told by Nehiyaw/Glecia Bear, edited and translated by Freda Ahenakew and H. C. Wolfart.
The Geography of the Canadian North by Robert Bone.
The Queen's People: A Study of Hegemony, Coercion, and Accommodation Among the Okanagan of Canada by Peter Carstens.
Being and Becoming Indian: Biographical Studies of North American Frontiers by James A. Clifton.
Best Left as Indians: Native-White Relations in the Yukon Territory, 1840-1973. by Ken S. Coates.
Our Bit of Truth: An Anthology of Native Literature edited by Agnes Grant.
The Way of the Shaman by Michael Harner.
Contemporary Challenges: Conversations with Canadian Native Authors by Hartmut Lutz.
Racism in Canada edited by Ormond McKague.
Wolverine Myths and Visions: Dene Traditions from Northern Alberta edited by Patrick Moore and Angela Wheelock.
Mourning Dove: Coyote Stories edited and illustrated by Heister Dean Guie.
Louis, Son of the Prairies by Noëlie Palud-Pelletier.
The Winnebago Tribe by Paul Radin.
Giving Voice to Bear, North American Indian Myths, Rituals, and Images of the Bear by David Rockwell.
Kickapoo Vocabulary (Algonquian and Iroquoian Linguistics, Memoir 6.) by Paul H. Voorhis.
Powhatan's Mantle: Indians in the Colonial Southeast edited by Peter H. Wood, Gregory A. Waselkov, and M. Thomas Hatley.
|Citation:||Canadian Journal of Native Studies, Vol. 11, No. 2, 1991, pp. 351-395.
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