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Lost Harvests: Prairie Indian Reserve Farmers and Government Policy
Despite repeated requests for assistance from Plains Indians, the Canadian government provided very little help between 1874 and 1885, and what little they did give proved useless. Although drought,Expand
Transnational Perspectives on the History of Great Plains Women: Gender, Race, Nations, and the Forty-ninth Parallel
"History is sadly truncated if national historians travel without passports and stop investigating when the subject reaches the 49th parallel," writes Jan Noel in her introduction to a recentExpand
Two Acres and a Cow: ‘Peasant’ Farming for the Indians of the Northwest, 1889–97
INDIAN COMMISSIONER HAYTER REED announced in 1889 that a new 'approved system of farming' was to be adopted on western Indian reserves. • Indian farmers were to emulate 'peasants of variousExpand
Mistress of everything: Queen Victoria in Indigenous worlds
Introduction: Indigenous histories, settler colonies and Queen Victoria - Maria Nugent and Sarah Carter Part I - Monarch, metaphor, memory 1. 'We have seen the son of Heaven/We have seen the Son ofExpand