Other Indigenous Studies Publications

The following links provide on-line access to other indigenous studies publications by author of Indian-European Trade Relations in the Lower Saskatchewan River Region to 1840, Paul C. Thistle.

Featured image above is “Canadian Indians Spearing Beaver,1830-1834” attributed to Peter Rindisbacher, State Historical Society of Wisconsin, from Carolyn Gilman, Where Two Worlds Meet: The Great Lakes Fur Trade, 1982, pp. 22 & 71.

Other Fur Trade Relations Publications by Paul C. Thistle:

2010    Exhibit Review: Profit & Ambition: The Canadian Fur Trade, 1779-1821.  The Rupert’s Land Newsletter Nos.28-29:12-14. http://uwinnipeg.ca/rupertsland/docs/newsletters/crls-28-29.pdf at PDF p. 12.

1995    Book Reviews: Given, Brian J. A Most Pernicious Thing: Gun Trading and Native Warfare in the Early Contact Period. The Canadian Journal of Native Studies 15(1):172-3  http://www3.brandonu.ca/library/CJNS/15.1/bkrv151.pdf at PDF p. 10 (172-3).

1991    Book Reviews: Russell, Dale R.: Eighteenth-Century Western Woods Cree and Their Neighbours. The Canadian Journal of Native Studies 11(1):181-3. http://www3.brandonu.ca/library/CJNS/11.1/book_rev.pdf at PDF p. 27 (181-3).

1988   Book Review: Emporium of the North: Fort Chipewyan and the Fur Trade to 1835 by James Parker. Prairie Forum 13(2):264-6 http://dspace.cc.uregina.ca/dspace/bitstream/10294/250/1/PF%20vol.%2013%20no.%2002.pdf .

1979    The Twatt Family, 1780-1840: Amerindian, Ethnic Category, or Ethnic Group Identity? Prairie Forum 22(2): 193-212 [as originally published] http://iportal.usask.ca/action.php?sid=481810237&url=http://iportal.usask.ca/docs/Prairie%20Forum/The%20Twatt%20Family%20(v22no2_1997_pg193-212).pdf&action=go&id=22811 [2007 reprinted version in The Western Metis, Patrick Douad ed. linked on the ribbon at the top of this page.].

Other Indigenous Studies Publication Subjects by Paul C. Thistle:

2012    Book Reviews: Playing Ourselves: Interpreting Native Histories at Historic Reconstructions by Laura PeersMaterial Culture: The Journal of the Pioneer America Society 44(2):78-81 [excerpt available at http://www.questia.com/library/journal/1P3-2811703161/playing-ourselves-interpreting-native-histories-at .

1996    Book Reviews: Cole, Douglas. Captured Heritage: The Scramble for Northwest Coast Artifacts. Reprint Edition. . . The Canadian Journal of Native Studies 16(2):371-2. http://www3.brandonu.ca/library/CJNS/16.2/book_rev.pdf at PDF p. 9 (371-2).

1994    Book Reviews: Reeves, Brian O.K. & Kennedy, Margaret A. (Editors). Kunaitupii: Coming Together on Native Sacred Sites… The Canadian Journal of Native Studies 14(2):425-7. http://www3.brandonu.ca/library/CJNS/14.2/bookrev.pdf at PDF p. 31 (425-7).

1993     Book Reviews: Berlo, Janet. The Early Years of Native American Art History: The Politics of Scholarship and Collecting. The Canadian Journal of Native Studies 13(2):333-5. http://www3.brandonu.ca/library/CJNS/13.2/bkrev132.pdf at PDF p. 7 (333-5).

1992    Book Reviews: Burnham, Dorothy K.: To Please the Caribou: Painted Caribou-Skin Coats Worn by the Naskapi, Montagnais, and Cree Hunters of the Quebec-Labrador Peninsula. The Canadian Journal of Native Studies 12(1):153-5. http://www3.brandonu.ca/cjns/12.1/default.htm PDF at p. 7 (153-5).

1984   Exhibit Review: Metis, Glenbow Museum. The Canadian Journal of Native Studies 4(2):367-72. http://www3.brandonu.ca/library/CJNS/4.2/Exhibition_rev.pdf or http://iportal.usask.ca/action.php?sid=481810237&url=http://www3.brandonu.ca/cjns/4.2/Exhibition_rev.pdf&action=go&id=352 .

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