Our Past, Our Present, Our Future Pdf Book

Our Past, Our Present, Our Future

  • Author : C.W.C. Morgan
  • ISBN : 1683944186
  • Category : History
  • Publisher : America Star Books
  • Pages : 84
  • Release Date : 2010-03-16

This stories in this book are not chronologically in order, but the events that are explained are as close to the years that dates to the coming of the Europeans to the shores of Nova Scotia and now Canada. I did not include the wars between Britain (Canada) and the United States of 1812/14. Mainly, I wanted to bring out how the aboriginals first contact with the Europeans, and the gradual hardship endured by the aboriginals, who everyone now knows as the First Nation in Canada. As British government became the dominant governing agents, around 1863/67, the aboriginals began their quest for survival, and the top high chiefs soon lost each=s authority and leadership. Some were killed so that the British government would not have much opposition when they begin to push forward and eventually across the whole land from sea to sea. A book to also read I found very interesting is the Halfbreed True Story by Maria Campbell, a life story. Books like that inspired me to try to cover some of the reasons why we as First Nation people were so dramatically segregated and treated with such racism. Clifford C.W. Morgan Chief Tx‑suu (pronounced choquo) Member of the Gitwangak Band (Kitwanga, B.C., Canada)

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