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First in Canada
An Aboriginal Book of Days
By (author): Jonathan Anuik
9780889772403 Hardcover, Paper over boards English General Trade HISTORY / Native American Jan 11, 2011
$24.95 CAD
Active 190.5 x 241.3 x 12.7 mm 155 pages Colour and B&W University of Regina Press
First in Canada is a unique expression of the many accomplishments Indigenous Canadians have made to Canadian society. As beautiful as it is informative, this perpetual calendar is a glimpse of 10,000 years in 365 days!

Informative, innovative, and inspirational, First in Canada will take readers through one calendar year of Aboriginal history, providing visuals and details of past and contemporary achievements and challenges of First Nations, Metis, and Inuit peoples in Canada. It will appeal to those interested in Canadian history, to high school and university students, and to researchers looking to initiate projects on Aboriginal topics. Attractive and functional, this personal schedule book contains beautiful aboriginal works of art and will serve as a ready reminder of the importance of First Peoples to the ongoing cultural dynamic in Canada. Carefully researched by Jonathan Anuik, First in Canada is the first of its kind.

Jonathan Anuik, PhD, is a scholar of Aboriginal education, children's rights and legal status in historical and contemporary Canada, lifelong learning, and Metis history. Originally from Saskatchewan, he is currently an instructor at Lakehead University.

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