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The National Policy, the department of the interior and original settlers : land claims of the Metis, Green Lake, Saskatchewan, 1909-1930

@inproceedings{Thornton1997TheNP,
  title={The National Policy, the department of the interior and original settlers : land claims of the Metis, Green Lake, Saskatchewan, 1909-1930},
  author={J. Thornton},
  year={1997}
}
  • J. Thornton
  • Published 1997
  • Geography
  • This thesis questions the adequacy of the Department of the Interior's response to the land claims of Metis settlers in Green Lake, Saskatchewan . Metis people originally settled in Green Lake because of the pattern of development of the fur trade . Green Lake was a major nexus on the fur trade transportation system, which encouraged Metis settlement and community development . After Confederation, when the national policy generated regional differentiation through uneven development, Green… CONTINUE READING
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