2 edition of North-West Territories, 1870-1905 found in the catalog.
North-West Territories, 1870-1905
Lewis H. Thomas
Bibliography: p. 20.
|Statement||by Lewis H. Thomas.|
|Series||Canadian Historical Association booklets -- no. 26|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
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The Historical Booklets series published by the Canadian Historical Association provides the general reader, the teacher and the historical specialist with concise accounts of specific historical issues in the history of Canada. The association suspended the series in The North-West Territories, , [PDF MB]. Scholars often accept without question that the Indian Act () criminalized First Nations. Drawing on court files, police and penitentiary records, and newspaper accounts from the Saskatchewan region of the North-West Territories between and , Shelley Gavigan argues that the notion of criminalization captures neither the complexities of Aboriginal participation in the criminal Author: Shelley A.M. Gavigan.
西北地區的英文名從「North-West Territories」改為「Northwest Territories」。 年5月15日 緬尼托巴、安大略、魁北克分別擴張領土，邊界維持至今。西北地區僅餘下北緯60度以北的地區，下分為三區。. Hunger, Horses, and Government Men: Criminal Law on the Aboriginal Plains, Shelley A.M. Gavigan: Books - or: Shelley A.M. Gavigan.
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OCLC Number: Description: 24 pages: map ; 21 cm. Contents: I. The acquisition of the North-West by Canada 1870-1905 book development economic and administrative decisions French in the North West North West Rebellion development of territorial autonomy effect of socio-economic developments --VIII.
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Author: Lewis H. Thomas. Get this from a library. North-West Territories, [Lewis H Thomas; Canadian Historical Association.]. – The first Northwest (stylized as "North-West") Territories government sat in after the Temporary North-West Council was appointed.
North-West Territories first Northwest Territories government sat inside the territories at Fort Livingstone for the first time in Now in Saskatchewan. David Laird () North-West Indian Treaties; Book Review, Laird of the West by John Archer, University of Regina.
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Scholars often accept without question that the Indian Act () criminalized First Nations. In this illuminating book, Shelley Gavigan argues that the notion of criminalization captures neither the complexities of Aboriginal participation in the criminal courts nor the significance of the Indian Act as a form of law.
Gavigan draws on court files, police and penitentiary records, and. ↑ History of the Name of the Northwest Territories Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre. PWNHC. March 8, Date accessed March 3, ↑ Hall, David J. North-West Territories - The Canadian Encyclopedia Historica-Dominion.
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This book is beautifully crafted history, beginning with detailed analysis of archival sources that have not been used before. Gavigan resurrects from historical notoriety stipendiary magistrate Hugh Richardson of the North-West Territories by analyzing thirty years worth of his criminal cases involving First Nations peoples.
Gavigan uses records of ordinary cases from the lower courts and insights from critical criminology and traditional legal history to interrogate state formation and criminal law in the Saskatchewan region of the North-West Territories between and The North-West Territories by THOMAS, Lewis H.
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HUNGER, HORSES, AND GOVERNMENT MEN: CRIMINAL LAW ON THE ABORIGINAL PLAINS, Gavigan’s first sentence sets the tone for the rest of the book, “This book tells a little-known story, relying on voices seldom heard” (p.3).
() and the other is from his tenure as Supreme Court judge of the North-West Territories ( EARLY NORTH-WEST TERRITORIES HISTORY Historically, the Métis played a crucial role in the development and success of the fur trade throughout the North-West beginning as early as the 18th century.3 As European fur traders moved into the North-West Territories4 some entered into “country marriages” with Aboriginal women and had children.
Thomas L.H. "The North West Territories, " Canadian Historical Association Booklet # Ottawa: CHA, McKay, Raoul, J. "A History of Indian Treaty Number Four and Government Policies in its Implementation " MA. Thesis. University of Manitoba. Esta é uma linha do tempo da evolução territorial das fronteiras do Canadá, listando todas as mudanças as fronteiras internas e externas do país.
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Gavigan atCanada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. Meticulously studying records from the court of North-West Territories magistrate Hugh Richardson, Gavigan highlights two points: first, the extensive impacts of the introduction of Canadian criminal law in the western plains afterand second, the specific ways First Nations peoples were able to utilize law and present arguments on their.