Books – Titles A-Z
Arapaho Historical Traditions
Told by Paul Moss (1911-1995), a highly respected storyteller and ceremonial leader, these twelve texts introduce us to an immensely rich literature. As works of an oral tradition, they had until now remained beyond the reach of those who do not speak the Arapaho language.
Archeological investigations in the Grand Rapids, Manitoba, Reservoir, 1961-1962
Occasional Paper No. 3, Department of Anthropology, University of Manitoba
As Long as the Rivers Run
Hydroelectric Development and Native Communities
Waldram examines the politics of hydroelectric dam construction in the Canadian northwest, focussing on the negotiations and agreements between the developers and the Native residents. He shows the parallels between the treatment of Natives by the government of Canada in these negotiations and the treaty process a century earlier.
Attorney for the Frontier
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.
Place, Memory, and Historic Sites in Prairie Canada
What we commemorate and how.
Being German Canadian
History, Memory, Generations
Shared memory shapes community.
Bibliography of Algonquian Linguistics
This comprehensive annotated bibliography includes all items published on Algonquian languages between 1891 and 1981.
Centering Anishinaabeg Studies
Understanding the World Through Stories
A foundational text for understanding the field of Aboriginal Studies.
Civilian Internment in Canada
Histories and Legacies
Whose security? Whose greater good?
Immigration, Settlement, and Social Welfare in Winnipeg’s Jewish Community, 1882–1930
Creating a democratic and supportive community.