Publisher: University of Alberta Press; First Edition edition (January 31, 2005)
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among 1873 and 1932, Indian coverage at the prairies used to be the accountability of federal govt appointees often called Indian Commissioners. Charged with incorporating local society into the equipment of the emergent nation, those officers directed a posh configuration of measures that incorporated treaties, the Indian Act, colleges, agriculture, and to some extent, missionary task. during this learn, Brian Titley constructs serious biographical photos of the six Indian Commissioners, studying their successes and screw ups in confronting the demanding situations of a extraordinary interval in Canada's heritage.