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A Brief History of Saskatchewan First Nations Tribes Saskatchewan as a geographical area was over time home to many indigenous cultures. Social and environmental conditions forced human migrations across the Americas. The three main tribes were the Cree, Assiniboine, and the Saulteaux (Curtis xi). The Cree were split in two tribes, the Plains Cree and the Woods Cree. The Saulteaux tribe was also referred to as Plains Ojibwa (Curtis xii).
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The story I am presenting to day is the Prairie Widow found on pg 39. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: First I am going to talk about the author, Paul Yee. Who was born in Saskatchewan. He is a Chinese Canadian of the third gen. who grew up in Vancouver, British Columbia. He has worked as an Archivist and a Policy Analyst for the Government of Ontario.
CANA 1F91 LECTURE NOTES SEPTEMBER 24,2012 Past and Present: Todays Lecture Outline * Collective Memory * Theoretical perspective * Canadian History part 2 * Post-confederation Canada Collective Memory * The present is the lens through which we examine our past. Red River Rebellion (1869-70) * Red river settlement * Metis * Louis Riel * Manitoba Act, 1870 * Creates the fifth province. Northwest * Dominion Lands Act, 1872 * Free land to settlers * Northwest Mounted Police (NWMP) established, 1873 * Later renamed Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) “Mounties” * British Columbia becomes part of confederation in 1871 * Prince Edward Islands enters confederation
| | What seems to be the relationship between the author and his audience? | | What does the document tell me about life at the time it was written? | | Wilderness Letter Below is Wallace Stegner's "Wilderness Letter," written to the Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission Also found online@ http://www.colorado.edu/AmStudies/lewis/west/wilderletter.pdf Los Altos, Calif.Dec. 3, 1960David E. PesonenWildland Research CenterAgriculture Experiment Station243 Mulford HallUniversity of CaliforniaBerkeley 4, Calif.Dear Mr. Pesonen:I believe that you are working on the wilderness portion of the Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission's report. If I may, I should like to urge some arguments for wilderness preservation that involve recreation, as it is ordinarily conceived, hardly at all.
This class played a huge role in the economic activities and ensured equal distribution of wealth in the Canadian society .Similarly, the working class history of Canada has been faced with huge struggle in the past. In 1965, little historical attention had been focussed on the workers leading to major class developments in the 1970s were labour extremism and Winnipeg strike were undertaken to fight for workers justice. In late 1990s, an increased number of graduates and historians designed new directions which revolutionised the workforce in the history of Canada (Bolger
ARTICLE IN PRESS Land Use Policy 23 (2006) 205–225 www.elsevier.com/locate/landusepol Agricultural expansion and deforestation in lowland Bolivia: the import substitution versus the structural adjustment model Pablo Pachecoa,b,c,Ã Graduate School of Geography, Clark University, MA, USA Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Bogor, Indonesia c ˆnia (IPAM), Av. Nazare 669, 66035 170 Belem, Para, CEP 66035-170, Brazil ´, Institute of Environmental Research for Amazo b a Received 6 October 2003; received in revised form 25 June 2004; accepted 2 September 2004 Abstract This paper analyzes the inﬂuence that both policies and markets have on driving forest conversion to agricultural land use focusing on the Bolivian case. It assesses the effects that two models of economic development have had on prompting agricultural expansion, and hence deforestation in lowland Bolivia. The ﬁrst model, of economic diversiﬁcation and import substitution, initiated in the early 1950s, stimulated the occupation of forestlands for agricultural expansion through colonization, and incentives to developing a medium and large-scale agriculture. The second model of development, initiated in the mid-1980s, prompted by structural adjustment policies, led to an intense process of agrarian change in the lowlands, mainly by connecting the agricultural frontier to the international market of commodities, particularly soybeans.