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The Fur Trade and Western Canadian Society, 1670-1870
(The Canadian Historical Association, 1987)
The political, economic, and social history of present day Northwest Territories, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba, was, for the first two hundred years of European contact, a product of the fur trade. At various posts ...
The Historiography of the Red River Settlement, 1830-1868
(Prairie Forum, 1981)
In the many studies of the Red River Settlement written since 1856, the prime factors affecting the Settlement have been variously conceived as economic, geographic or political. In contrast to the traditional historical ...
The Gift of Theory: A Critique of the Histoire de Mentalite
(Social History, 1985)
The Idea of Resistance: Dependency as Historical Process
(Critical Sociology, 1989)
Riel House : A Critical Review
A very critical study of the preservation strategies employed at Riel House. Riel House was opened to the public by Parks Canada in the summer of 1980, after almost a decade of research and restoration. Situated at 330 ...
(1985) Women Teachers in Edmonton Public Schools, 1940-1950.
The Second World War and its aftermath did not create greater opportunities for women workers, although more women worked, and more married women worked, at the end of the decade than at the beginning. The proportion of ...
Review: Religious Faith and Political Praxis in the Americas
(Latin American Perspectives, 1988)
Conceptualizing Religion from Below: a neo-marxist approach to the religion of the poor
(Social Compass: The International Journal of the Sociology of Religion, 1988)
In Search of the Elusive: Traditional Native Prescribed Burning in the Northeastern Wood Buffalo National Park Area
This project was designed to explore the traditional use of a prescribed burning technique by native people in the Ft. Smith - Ft. Fitzgerald area. Previous research in northwestern Alberta had demonstrated that resident ...