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“WE LET THEM BE OUR EXTENDED FAMILY”: DISENTANGLING STÓ:LÕ FAMILIES FROM THE COLONIAL PAST
This thesis seeks to problematize current historiographic approaches to family, generally, and Indigenous families, specifically. Contrary to much of the scholarship on this topic, Indigenous families like the Stó:lõ have ...
Mixed Race, Legal Space: Official Discourse, Indigeneity, and Racial Mixing in Canada, the US, and Australia, 1850-1950
It is commonly held that contradiction and ambivalence are typical of Aboriginal policies, particularly those of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. These contradictions, often witnessed between policy and its application, ...
Negotiated Identities: A History of Sharing and Indigenous-Settler Relations in Western Canada, 1800-1970
This dissertation is an analysis of sharing in the history of western Canada and Indigenous-Settler relations from 1800 to 1970. Based on original research conducted with two Indigenous groups – the Stó:lō Nation of British ...