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Recollecting : lives of Aboriginal women of the Canadian northwest and borderlands

Carter, Sarah, 1954- (Added Author). McCormack, Patricia Alice, 1947- (Added Author).

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Terrace Public Library 971.004 Rec (Text) 35151000213819 Adult Non-fiction Volume hold Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781897425824 (pbk.)
  • Physical Description: print
    ix, 422 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 25 cm.
  • Publisher: Edmonton : AU Press, c2011.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note: pt. One Transatlantic Connections -- (1). Recovered Identities: Four Metis Artists in Nineteenth-Century Rupert's Land / Susan Berry -- (2). Lost Women: Native Wives in Orkney and Lewis / Patricia A. McCormack -- (3). Christina Massan's Beadwork and the Recovery of a Fur Trade Family History / Alison Grant -- pt. Two Cultural Mediators -- (4). Repositioning the Missionary: Sara Riel, the Grey Nuns, and Aboriginal Women in Catholic Missions of the Northwest / Lesley Erickson -- (5). "Accomplished" Odille Quintal Morison: Tsimshian Cultural Intermediary of Metlakatla, British Columbia / Maureen L. Atkinson -- (6). Obscured Obstetrics: Indigenous Midwives in Western Canada / Kristin Burnett -- pt. Three In the Borderlands -- (7). Sophie Morigeau: Free Trader, Free Woman / Jean Barman -- (8). Montana Memories of Emma Minesinger: Windows on the Family, Work, and Boundary Culture of a Borderlands Woman / Sarah Carter --
Summary, etc.: "Authors look beyond the documentary record and standard representations of women, drawing also on records generated by the women themselves, including their beadwork, other material culture, and oral histories. Exploring the constraints and boundaries these women encountered, the authors engage with difficult and important questions of gender, race, and identity. Collectively these essays demonstrate the complexity of "contact zone" interactions, and they enrich and challenge dominant narratives about histories of the Canadian Northwest" --Book Jacket.
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Subject: Native women -- Canada, Northern -- Biography
Native women -- Canada, Western -- History
Native women -- Canada, Western -- Biography
Indian women -- Canada -- History
Native women -- Canada, Northern -- History
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