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Maps Publisher's Preface NEW Acknowledgements Introduction List of Indigenous Autonyms/Preferred Terms NEW Dedication 1: Origin Stories NEW 2: At the Beginning 3: First Meetings 4: On the Eastern Edge of the Mainland 5: The Wendat Confederacy, the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, and the European Colonizers 6: Some Indigenous-Colonial Wars 7: The Struggle against British Colonialisms 8: Westward and Northward 9: The British Alliance of 1812-14 10: The "Indian Problem": Isolation, Assimilation, and Experimentation 11: Towards Confederation for Canada, Towards Wardship for Indigenous Peoples 12: The First Numbered Treaties, Police, and the Indian Act 13: Time of Troubles 14: Repression and Resistance 15: Tightening the Reins: Resistance Grows and Organizes 16: Development Heads North 17: Canadian Courts and Aboriginal Rights 18: The Road to Self-Government 19: Reconciliation and Revitalization Epilogue Glossary Notes Index

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The late Olive Patricia Dickason was Professor Emeritus at the University of Alberta and adjunct professor of history at the University of Ottawa. She was the author of several books, named a Member of the Order of Canada in 1996, and received the Aboriginal Life Achievement Award, Canadian Native Arts Foundation, in 1997. William Newbigging is an Adjunct Professor at Laurentian University, where he has taught Indigenous history since 1993. He holds a doctorate in history from the University of Toronto. He is also a long-time research associate of Batchewana First Nation, Mississauga First Nation, Walpole Island First Nation, as well as many other First Nations and associations across Canada and the United States.

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"This new edition offers a refreshing and much-needed take on Indigenous histories in the area now known as Canada. It centers Indigenous voices to disrupt colonial historical narratives and situate contact, colonialism, and Canadian state expansion as complex and often violent processes. It critically engages with established settler narratives about Canada's history without casting Indigenous peoples as victims." --Sarah Nickel, University of Saskatchewan "This is a comprehensive history of First Peoples in what is now Canada, a rich cornucopia of fact and story that brings to life the diversity of Indigenous societies from time immemorial, their relations with each other as well as with colonizing powers, and their long struggle to reassert their self-determination and survive and thrive as peoples in the modern world." --Victoria Freeman, York University

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