Plain Speaking

Plain Speaking

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For millenia, First Nations and Metis peoples have forged social, economic, historical and artistic relationships with the Prairie ecosystem. The essays here represent an attempt to express aboriginal ties to the land, be they rooted in the spirit, the intellect, the imagination, or simply the day-to-day lifestyle.Essays on Aboriginal Peoples and the Prairie Patrick Douaud, Bruce William Dawson, University of Regina. ... nohkomipan, my grandmother Ida McLeod, who along with Helen Tootoosis founded the Saskatchewan Indian Language Institute .

Title:Plain Speaking
Author: Patrick Douaud, Bruce William Dawson, University of Regina. Canadian Plains Research Center
Publisher:University of Regina Press - 2002

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