Author: Alan D. McMillan and Eldon Yellowhorn.
First Peoples in Canada by Alan D. McMillan and Eldon Yellowhorn.
Aboriginal issues feature on the Canadian agenda – from land claims agreements to self-government to resource rights, and First Peoples in Canada sets the context for the evolving relationship between Canada and the Aboriginal communities within its borders. This comprehensive book, widely used as a basic text in universities and colleges, now incorporates a Native perspective with new research from archaeology, anthropology, ethnography and history to tell the story of Aboriginal people from ancient times to the present. Generously illustrated with many maps, drawings and photographs, these page clearly detail the rich cultures of all First Nations in this century.
Alan D. McMillan, PhD, is Chair of the Anthropology-Sociology Department at Douglas College and is an adjunct professor of archaeology at Simon Fraser University.
Eldon Yellowhorn, PhD, was born and raised on the Peigan Reserve (now the Piikani First Nation) in Alberta. A faculty member at Simon Fraser University, he teaches archaeology and First Nations studies.
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