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The Ojibwa of Southern Ontario

Schmalz, Peter S.
Publisher:  University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Canada
Year Published:  1991  
Pages:  334pp   Price:  $24.95   ISBN:  0-8020-6778-6
Library of Congress Number:  E99.C6S34 1991   Dewey:  971.3'00497
Resource Type:  Book

A history of the Ojibwa in Southern Ontario.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Preface
Map

1. Introduction - We are Not Brutes To Be Whipped into Duty
2. Conquest - By the Power of the Great Serpent
3. The Golden Age - Our Warriors Make the Earth Tremble
4. The Beaver War - You Have Not Yet Conquered Us!
5. The Peaceful Conquest - We have Melted Away Like Snow
6. The Surrenders - You Have Swept Away All Our Pleasant Lands
7. Early Reserves - We Must Go Begging
8. Reserve Stagnation - We Are under a Dictatorship
9. The Renaissance - There Is a Strong Spirit of Revival
10. Conclusion - Native Issues Will Come to the Forefront in the 1990s

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