Northern Alberta has been homeland for Aboriginal peoples for thousands of years. Its post-contact history exemplifies themes common in Canadian history: the advent of the fur trade, the arrival of European missionaries, the expansion of the Canadian State, agricultural land development, and modern transportation and communication systems. The volume focuses on the archaeology, fur trade, economics, culture, and record of human settlement. Papers by: John W. Ives; Heinz W. Pyszczyk; Michael R.A. Forsman; Theresa A. Ferguson; Jennifer S.N. Brown; Patricia A. McCormack; Robert J. Carney; Richard T. Price; Michael Asch and Shirleen Smith; Andrew Haden; and Patrick Moore.
Publisher: University of Alberta Press ISBN: 9780919058866 Number of pages: 194 Weight: 778 g Dimensions: 286 x 222 x 19 mm
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