2 edition of In Rupert"s Land found in the catalog.
In Rupert"s Land
Walter John Strickland Traill
|Statement||edited by Mae Atwood.|
|LC Classifications||F1060.9 .T8 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||232|
|LC Control Number||74503855|
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The varied thematic foci of An Ethnohistorian in Rupert’s Land allow readers to delve into topics and issues related to language, family, marriage, women, and Indigenous stories and memories. Each chapter is of interest in its own right, but gathered In Ruperts Land book each becomes part of a larger narrative of a lifetime of scholarship and contributions For nearly two centuries, the Company of Adventurers trading into Hudson’s Bay exported from Rupert’s Land hundreds of thousands of pelts, leaving in exchange a wealth of European trade goods.
Yet opening the vast northwest had more far-reaching effects than an exchange of beaver and beads. Essays by a dozen scholars explore the cultural tapestry woven by explorers, artists, settlers ?id=rlo9DgAAQBAJ.
Get this from a library. An ethnohistorian in Rupert's Land: unfinished conversations. [Jennifer S H Brown] -- "Inthe ancient homeland of the Cree and Ojibwe people of Hudson Bay became known to the English entrepreneurs of the Hudson's Bay Company as Rupert's Land Start by marking “Rupert's Land” as Want to Read: I try to go with my gut when I rate books, but sometimes, I make a change after letting a book digest for a while.
I gave Ruperts Land three stars at first, but as you can see, Ive upgraded my rating to four stars. In the week since I finished it, I often find myself thinking about the Buy this book from Chapters-Indigo. Nelle Oosterom is a former senior editor at Canada’s History magazine and a settler who lives in the heart of what was once known as Rupert’s Land.
This article originally appeared in the October-November issue of Canada’s :// Rupert's Land: A Cultural Tapestry (Book). Russell, Dale // Canadian Review of Sociology & Anthropology;Nov90, Vol.
27 Issue 4, p Reviews the book "Rupert's Land: A Cultural Tapestry," edited by Richard C. Davis. The Healing Land (Book). Rochman, Hazel // Booklist;2/15/, Vol. 99 Is p Reviews the book 'The Healing Land: The A wonderful book. Mitchell is an excellent researcher and a very good writer.
I enjoyed this more than Newmans Company of Adventurers. For me, it is up there with Ken McGoogans Fatal Passage (about John Rae) because it explains history by focusing on the details of one mans life and :// Rupert's Land, or Prince Rupert's Land, was a territory in British North America comprising the Hudson Bay drainage basin, a territory in which a commercial monopoly was operated by the Hudson's Bay Company for years from to The area once known as Rupert's Land is now mainly a part of Canada, but a small portion is now in the United ://'s_Land.
Métis villages sprang up along the riverways from the Great Lakes to the Mackenzie Delta. The Rupert’s Land territory included all or parts of present-day Northwest-Nunavut Territory, Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia, and became known to the Métis as the “Métis Homeland.” Riel made it impossible to suggest people were not already living in Ruperts Land, worst yet he forced Canada to kill and take land by force.
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