For this assignment, you will consider one of the following treaties, and examine First Nations perspectives in contrast to the Crown’s perspective using the assigned corresponding reading (on VIULearn) in addition to library research.
Aimée Craft. "Living Treaties, Breathing Research." Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 26, no. 1 (2014): 1-22.
Brittany Luby. “‘The Department Is Going Back on These Promises’”: An examination of Anishinaabe and Crown understandings of Treaty.” Canadian Journal of Native Studies 30, 2 (2010): 203–28.
Bob Beal. "An Indian Chief, An English Tourist, a Doctor, a Reverend, and a Member of Parliament: the Journeys of Pasqua's Pictographs and the Meaning of Treaty Four." The Canadian Journal of Native Studies, 27, 1 (2007): 109-188.
Sharon Venne, "Understanding Treaty 6: An Indigenous Perspective," in Michael Asch, ed., Aboriginal and Treaty Rights in Canada : Essays on Law, Equality and Respect for Difference (UBC Press, 1997): 173-207.
Richard Daniel, "The Spirit and Terms of Treaty 8" in Richard T. Price, ed, The Spirit of the Alberta Indian Treaties, Third Edition (University of Alberta Press): 4-100.
John Long, "How the Commissioners Explained Treaty Number Nine to the Ojibway and Cree in 1905" Ontario History Spring 98, 1 (2006): 1-29.
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