Books

  • Indian-European Trade Relations

    in the Lower Saskatchewan River Region to 1840

    Paul C. Thistle (Author)

    This study examines the development of fur trade relations between the European traders working for the Hudson’s Bay Company and the Western Woods Cree of the lower Saskatchewan River region centred on Cumberland House (modern day Saskatchewan) and The Pas (modern day Manitoba).

    Published February 1986 | Critical Studies in Native History, History, Indigenous Studies

  • The New Peoples

    Being and Becoming Métis

    Jacqueline Peterson (Editor), Jennifer S.H. Brown (Editor)

    A path-breaking collection of original essays by twelve leading Canadian and American scholars, this volume is the first major work to explore, in a North American context, the dimension and meaning of the process fundamental to the European invasion and colonization of the western hemisphere: the intermingling of European and native American peoples.

    Published October 1985 | Critical Studies in Native History, Indigenous Studies

  • Social Democracy in Manitoba

    A History of the CCF/NDP

    Nelson Wiseman (Author)

    A history of the New Democratic Party in Manitoba, tracing the roots of the social democratic movement to the years of mass immigration and social unrest that preceded the Winnipeg General Strike in 1919.

    Published December 1983 | History, Political Studies

  • The Edda

    A Collection of Essays

    R.J. Glendinning (Editor), Haraldur Bessason (Editor)

    Twelve essays are presented by outstanding authorities in Nordic medieval studies and range from treatment of broad aspects of the Edda, to consideration of single poems, to analysis of parts of specific works. An attactive and important collection for every scholar of Old Scandinavian.

    Published November 1983 | U of M Icelandic Series, Icelandic Studies

  • Attorney for the Frontier

    Enos Stutsmon

    Dale Gibson (Author), Lee Gibson (Author), Cameron Harvey (Author)

    The purpose of this biography is to bring to public attention the importance of the contributions made by Enos Stutsman, an American, to the history of the province and the Northwest generally. It also attempts to impress and entertain the reader by highlighting Stutsman’s personal qualities.

    Published January 1983 | History

  • The People’s Clearance

    Highland Emigration to British North America, 1770-1815

    (Author)

    A revisionist account of Highland Scottish emigration to what is now Canada, in the formative half century before Waterloo.

    Currently out of print.

    Published January 1982 | History, Immigration