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Gathering Places: Aboriginal and Fur Trade Histories

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British traders and Ojibwe hunters. Cree women and their metis daughters. Explorers and anthropologists and Aboriginal guides and informants. These people, their relationships, and their complex identities and worldviews were not featured in histories of North America until the 1970s, when scholars from multiple disciplines began to bring new perspectives and approaches to ...more
Paperback, 324 pages
Published January 1st 2011 by University of British Columbia Press (first published January 1st 2010)
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Not a bad book. Parts of it were really very dry and hard to get through where as other parts were quite interesting. I especially liked the chapter on Being and Becoming Metis. I also liked the chapter on food and the fur trade.
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