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PKI Teaching Guide

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Doxtator, Deborah. Plumes et pacotilles : Une exposition sur les symbols de l’indianit. Brantford: Centre culturel Woodland, 1988

Guillet, Edwin. Early Life in Upper Canada. Toronto. The Ontario Publishing Co. Ltd., 1993

Harper, J. Russell, ed., biog. Introd., and cat. raisonné. Paul Kane’s Frontier including Wanderings of an Artist among the Indians of North America. Austin and London, 1971.

Jackson, John J., Childre of the Fur Trade: Forgotten Métis of the Pacific Northwest. Missoula: Mountain Press Publishing Co., 1995.

MacLaren, I.S. “I came to rite thare portraits”: Paul Kane’s Journal of his Western Travels, 1846-1848.” The American Art Journal, vol. 22, no. 2 (1989): 7 – 93.

Mandelbaum, David G., The Plains Cree: An Enthographic and Historical, and Comparative Study. Regina: University of Regina, 1979.

Stenson Fred. The Trade. Vancouver, Douglas & McIntyre Ltd., 2000.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul Kane

http://www.schoolnet.ca/ABORIGINAL/Plains Cree/index-e.html

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