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Crow children and elders talk together
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Selected western flora, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta
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Traditional plant foods of Canadian indigenous peoples : nutrition, botany, and use
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Anthropological papers of the American Museum of Natural History, Vol. IV, Part I: The Assiniboine
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Old Indian trails
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Best Practices Handbook for Traditional Use Studies
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Old north trail : or, Life, legends and religion of the Blackfeet, The
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Long Lance
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Grammar and dictionary of the Blackfoot language in the Dominion of Canada : for the use of missionaries, school-teachers, and others
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Elementary botany for beginners : with special reference to the study of prairie province plants
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First reader in the English and Blackfoot languages with pictures and words
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Concise Blackfoot grammar : based on material from the southern Peigans, A
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American Indian cooking before 1500
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Blackfoot Children and Elders Talk Together
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Treaty elders of Saskatchewan : our dream is that our peoples will one day be clearly recognized as nations
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Development of federal Indian policy in Canada, 1840-1890, The
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My life as an Indian : the story of a red woman and a white man in the lodges of the Blackfeet
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Blackfoot lodge tales : the story of a prairie people
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Original Blackfoot texts from the southern Peigans Blackfoot reservation, Teton County, Montana
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Key to plants of the farming and ranching areas of the Canadian prairies, A
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A double igloo with connecting passage - Prince Albert Sound. Victoria Island, N.W.T
The Calamus ship sailing near a coastline, showing three crew members on board, one of whom may be M.J. Dunbar
House on Somerset Island
Dept. of Mines and Resources warehouse and Doctor's residence at Aklavia. R.C.C.S. in background Radio station C.H.A.K at left Aklavik N.W.T
Barreu Ground caribou crossing a rapid on Little River 1/4 mile above the mouth. Does and Fawns with several Bucks N.W. Extremity of Nueltin Lake. S.W.Keewatin, Nunavut
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