|Title||Saskatchewan’s First Indian Agent: M.G. Dickieson|
|Created by:||A.J. Looy|
|Description:||Describes the legislative changes made by the Mackenzie government in 1875 and 1876 and the resulting role of the Indian Agents in the North-West Territories. Discusses how the transition was managed by David Laird, First Lieutenant Governor of the North-West Territories and Indian Superintendent for the North-West and his appointed Assistant to the Indian Superintendent M.G. Dickieson.
Entire issue on one .pdf, scroll to p.104.
|Citation:||Saskatchewan History, Vol. 32, No. 3, Autumn, 1979, pp. 104-119.
|Categories:||Indigenous Studies Portal > Government > Colonial
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|Names:||Looy, A. J. [Find offline items]