Call #: Shortt FC3215 .E33 1986
Author: Tobias, John L.
Title: The origins of the Treaty Rights Movement in Saskatchewan
Published: [Regina, Sask.] : University of Regina, Canadian Plains Research Center, c1986.
Notes: In: 1885 and after : native society in transition / edited by F. Laurie Barron and James B. Waldram. p.241-52. Tobias explains the Indians' response to the federal government's policy of assimilation. After the 1885 Resistance, the government introduced the pass system, the outlawing of many Indian religious ceremonials, and the abolition of the indigenous leadership structure. The Indians' response was the "Treaty Rights Movement."
Subject: Northwest Rebellion, 1885 - Aftermath
Native people - Canada - Treaties
Native people - Canada - Customs and traditions
Canada - Indian Affairs - 1880s

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