Call #: Shortt FC3215 .E33 1986
Author: Jennings, John
Title: The North West Mounted Police and Indian Policy after the 1885 Rebellion
Published: [Regina, Sask.] : University of Regina, Canadian Plains Research Center, 1986.
Notes: In: 1885 and after : native society in transition / edited by F. Laurie Barron and James B. Waldram. p.225-40. Jennings argues that the 1885 Resistance is a watershed both in Police and in Indian history. Police attitudes towards the Indians started to change after the Resistance. But the main cause for the deterioration in relations between Indians and Police was the reservation system and the policy of farming to replace hunting.
Subject: Northwest Rebellion, 1885 - Aftermath
Native People - Canada - Treaties
Northwest Mounted Police - Indian relations

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