Indignenous People and Newcomers in Encounter in Western Canada
This course examines the relations between Indigenous people and members of various newcomer societies in the area of present-day Western Canada. Topics include the fur trade, treaties, missionary movements, the development of Indigenous policy and administration, the Metis, and the resurgence of Indigenous self-assertion in the 20th century. PREREQ: 18 university credits. (lec 2, sem 1) cr 3. Students may not retain credit for both INDG 2407 and NATI 2407.