A continuation of the history of the Old North Trail (New Mexico to Northwest Territories) for the period 1850-1870 (Part 2, 1860-1870), two decades of great change for the Indian Nations of the Canadian west. While this ushered in the high point of adaptation of Native society to the Ango-European culture, it also set the stage for the Anglo disposession of their lands, properties and rights and the marginalization which continues to this day.(McDougall 1971:109- 110) It was just in time, as a blizzard swept in to end the mild spell (Erasmus 1976:184). ... to spend the winter among the Blackfoot to determine feasability of establishing missions among them (Ahenakew 1973: 170 ).
|Title||:||Alberta History: THE OLD NORTH TRAIL (Cree Trail) 15,000 Years of Indian History 1850-1870 Part 2|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2015-01-03|