Forty Two Years Amongst the Indians and Eskimo Pictures from the Life of the Right Reverend John Horden First Bishop of Moosonee Primary Source Ed

Forty Two Years Amongst the Indians and Eskimo  Pictures from the Life of the Right Reverend John Horden  First Bishop of Moosonee   Primary Source Ed

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Author: Beatrice Batty

Publisher: Nabu Press

ISBN: 1293887935

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Forty Two Years Amongst the Indians and Eskimo Pictures from the Life of the Right Reverend John Horden First Bishop of Moosonee Primary Source Ed

Forty Two Years Amongst the Indians and Eskimo  Pictures from the Life of the Right Reverend John Horden  First Bishop of Moosonee   Primary Source Ed

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Author: Beatrice Batty

Publisher: Nabu Press

ISBN: 1294589822

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Page: 228

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Forty Two Years Amongst the Indians and Eskimo

Forty Two Years Amongst the Indians and Eskimo

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Author: Beatrice Batty

Publisher: Nabu Press

ISBN: 129548045X

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Page: 232

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The Sunday at Home

The Sunday at Home

POA002800 FORTY - TWO YEARS AMONG THE INDIANS AND ESKIMO . FORTY - TWO YEARS AMONG THE INDIANS AND ESKIMO . 53 “ Mr. Langdale , ” he said hesitatingly , “ you don't need a plain man like mo to tell you that there's one Friend that ...

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Hand Book of the Church of England Missions in the Eleven Dioceses of Selkirk Mackenzie River Moosonee Caledonia Athabasca Columbia New Westminster Saskatchewan Calgary Qu appelle and Rupert s Land

Hand Book of the Church of England Missions in the Eleven Dioceses of Selkirk  Mackenzie River  Moosonee  Caledonia  Athabasca  Columbia  New Westminster  Saskatchewan  Calgary  Qu appelle and Rupert s Land

With Illustrative Extracts from the Report of the Indian Department at Ottawa, and the Reports of the Four Great Church of ... a record of the Bishop's labours in a book entitled : “ Forty - two Years Amongst the Indians and Eskimos .

Author: John George Hodgins

Publisher: Woman's Auxiliary of the Diocese of Toronto by Rowsell & Hutchison

ISBN: HARVARD:HNQN19

Category: Dioceses

Page: 62

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The Quarterly Review

The Quarterly Review

( Forty - two Years amongst the Indians and Eskimo , ' p . 221. ) A few hours more and the toiler is at rest . Such examples might be largely multiplied . No intellectual gifts have been deemed too high , no acquired knowledge too ...

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Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland

Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland

“ A year amongst the Persians . ... 2 vols . pp . 441. These volumes discuss the views of A. R. Russell , Naudin , Romanes , Carl Vogt , Filippi , Haeckel , Huxley , Owen , Mivart ... “ Forty - two years amongst the Indians and Eskimo .

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The Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland

The Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland

“ A year amongst the Persians . ... 2 vols . pp . 441. These volumes discuss the views of A. R. Russell , Naudin , Romanes , Carl Vogt , Filippi , Haeckel , Huxley , Owen , Mivart ... Forty - two years amongst the Indians and Eskimo .

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Colonialism s Currency

Colonialism s Currency

An Act for the better protection of the lands and property of the Indians in Lower Canada, S.C., 13&14 Vict., ch. ... Forty-Two Years amongst the Indians and Eskimo: Pictures from the Life of the Right Reverend John Horden, First Bishop ...

Author: Brian Gettler

Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP

ISBN: 9780228002536

Category: Social Science

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Money, often portrayed as a straightforward representation of market value, is also a political force, a technology for remaking space and population. This was especially true in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Canada, where money - in many forms - provided an effective means of disseminating colonial social values, laying claim to national space, and disciplining colonized peoples. Colonialism's Currency analyzes the historical experiences and interactions of three distinct First Nations - the Wendat of Wendake, the Innu of Mashteuiatsh, and the Moose Factory Cree - with monetary forms and practices created by colonial powers. Whether treaty payments and welfare provisions such as the paper vouchers favoured by the Department of Indian Affairs, the Canadian Dominion's standardized paper notes, or the "made beaver" (the Hudson's Bay Company's money of account), each monetary form allowed the state to communicate and enforce political, economic, and cultural sovereignty over Indigenous peoples and their lands. Surveying a range of historical cases, Brian Gettler shows how currency simultaneously placed First Nations beyond the bounds of settler society while justifying colonial interventions in their communities. Testifying to the destructive and the legitimizing power of money, Colonialism's Currency is an intriguing exploration of the complex relationship between First Nations and the state.
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The Church Missionary Review

The Church Missionary Review

The foot - notes , which are numerous , abound in good stories of Indian adventures and experiences and in apt quotations . They are up to date . FORTY - TWO YEARS AMONGST THE INDIANS AND ESKIMO . By BEATRICE BATTY .

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924057443263

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Encyclopedia of American Indian Issues Today 2 volumes

Encyclopedia of American Indian Issues Today  2 volumes

Forty-Two Years Amongst the Indians and Eskimo: Pictures from the Life of the Right Reverend John Horden First Bishop of Moosonee. London: The Religious Tract Society, 1893. Cantoni, Gina (Ed.). Stabilizing Indigenous Languages.

Author: Russell M. Lawson

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9780313381454

Category: Social Science

Page: 868

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This essential reference examines the history, culture, and modern tribal concerns of American Indians in North America. • Sidebars with additional information, resources, and primary source excerpts • Contributions from top scholars in the field • Bibliographies at the end of each essay for additional research
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Scottish Geographical Magazine

Scottish Geographical Magazine

Forty - two Years amongst the Indians and Eskimo : Pictures from the Life of the Right Reverend John Horden , First Bishop of Moosonee . By BEATRICE BATTY . London : Religious Tract Society , 1893. Pp . 223 . John Horden began life as ...

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ISBN: PRNC:32101076882594

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The Transatlantic Indian 1776 1930

The Transatlantic Indian  1776 1930

Forty-Two Years amongst the Indians and Eskimo: Pictures from the Life of the Right Reverend John Horden, First Bishop of Moosonee. London: Religious Tract Society, 1893. Bayley, Stephen. The Albert Memorial: The Monument in Its Social ...

Author: Kate Flint

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 9780691203188

Category: History

Page: 392

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This book takes a fascinating look at the iconic figure of the Native American in the British cultural imagination from the Revolutionary War to the early twentieth century, and examining how Native Americans regarded the British, as well as how they challenged their own cultural image in Britain during this period. Kate Flint shows how the image of the Indian was used in English literature and culture for a host of ideological purposes, and she reveals its crucial role as symbol, cultural myth, and stereotype that helped to define British identity and its attitude toward the colonial world. Through close readings of writers such as Charles Dickens, Elizabeth Gaskell, and D. H. Lawrence, Flint traces how the figure of the Indian was received, represented, and transformed in British fiction and poetry, travelogues, sketches, and journalism, as well as theater, paintings, and cinema. She describes the experiences of the Ojibwa and Ioway who toured Britain with George Catlin in the 1840s; the testimonies of the Indians in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show; and the performances and polemics of the Iroquois poet Pauline Johnson in London. Flint explores transatlantic conceptions of race, the role of gender in writings by and about Indians, and the complex political and economic relationships between Britain and America. The Transatlantic Indian, 1776-1930 argues that native perspectives are essential to our understanding of transatlantic relations in this period and the development of transnational modernity.
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