Hidden In Plain Sight, Vol II

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The acclaimed and accessibleHidden in Plain Sightseries showcases the extraordinary contributions made by Aboriginal peoples to Canadian identity and culture. This collection features new accounts of Aboriginal peoples working hard to improve their lives and those of other Canadians, and serves as a powerful contrast to narratives that emphasize themes of victimhood, displacement, and cultural disruption.In this second volume of the series, leading scholars and other experts pay tribute to the enduring influence of Aboriginal peoples on Canadian economic and community development, environmental initiatives, education, politics, and arts and culture. Interspersed are profiles of many significant Aboriginal figures, including singer-songwriter and educator Buffy Sainte-Marie, politician Elijah Harper, entrepreneur Dave Tuccaro, and musician Robbie Robertson.Hidden in Plain Sightcontinues to enrich and
oaden our understandings of Aboriginal and Canadian history, while providing inspiration for a new generation of leaders and luminaries.

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Hidden in Plain Sightcontinues to enrich and
oaden our understandings of Aboriginal and Canadian history, while providing inspiration for a new generation of leaders and luminaries.

Table of Contents
AcknowledgmentsContributorsIntroduction<
>CORA J. VOYAGEUR, DAVID R. NEWHOUSE, AND DAN BEAVONPart 1: Economic and CommunityDevelopmentAboriginal People and the Fur Trade<
>R. WESLEY HEBERProfile of John Charles Bernard<
>JOCELYN ORBREITER‘In the Midst of Plenty and Comfort': The Contribution of the Native Labour of the Lake Winnipeg Regionduring an Era of Economic Growth, ca. 1870-1915<
>FRANK J. TOUGHProfile of David Ga
iel Tuccaro<
>JOCELYN ORBEITERProfile of James Edward (Ed) Williams<
>HOLLYBAUERWalking Tall: Mohawk Ironworkers<
>Edwinna von BaeyerProfile of Dorothy Grant<
>BRANDI DURDALabour relations in the Rupert's Land Fur Trade and the Formation of Metis Identity<
>LEANNA PARKERPart 2:EnvironmentProfile of Cindy Kenny-Gilday<
>KRISTA WHITEHEADMining on Aboriginal Lands<
>GÉRARD DUHAIME, NICK BERNARD, AND ANDRÉE CARONProfile of MatthewCoon Come<
>KRISTA WHITEHEADNative Environmental Justice: Duty to Consult and WalpoleIsland<
>ROBERT VANWYNSBERGHE, SEAN EDWARDS, DEAN JACOBS, AND FERUZA ABDJALIEVAProfileof Nellie J. Cournoyea<
>ALETA AMBROSEPart 3: EducationProfile of Olive Patricia Dickason<
>YVONNE PRATTElders' Teachings about Indigenous Storywork for Education<
>JO-ANN ARCHIBALDProfile of Verna Jane Kirkness<
>NICOLE ROSENarrating Cultural Contact in Northern British Columbia: The Contributions of Gitksan and Tsimshian Oral Traditions to Canadian Historiography<
>ANDREW NURSEProfile of Marlene Brant Castellano<
>BRIAN CALLIOUThe Master of Life and the Person of Evolution: Indigenous Influence on Canadian Philosophy<
>J. DOUGLAS RABBProfile of Beverly (Buffy) Sainte-Marie<
>MICHAEL MUZECHACanada – Its Cradle, Its Name, Its Spirit: The Stadaconan Contribution to Canadian Culture and Identity<
>GEORGES E. SIOUIProfile of Malcolm King<
>PAUL MILLARTransformations:A Stó:lo-Coast Salish Historical Atlas<
>DAVID A.SMITHProfile of Marie Ann Battiste<
>BRIAN CALLIOUPart 4: Politics and Northern PowerProfile of Thelma Chalifoux<
>MYLES WIESELMANProfile of Elijah Harper<
>BYRON BROWNEWhite Paper / Red Paper: Aboriginal Contributions to Canadian Politics and Government<
>LAURIE MEIJER DREESProfile of Paul Okalik<
>MONIQUE DESLAURIERSProfile of Susan Aglukark<
>TABAN BEHINCanada's Eyes and Earsin Northern Communities: Aboriginal Peoples in the Canadian Rangers<
>P. WHITNEY LACKENBAUERProfile of Rosemarie Esther Kuptana<
>JULIA ARNDTPart 5:Arts and CultureProfile of Jamie (Robbie) Robertson<
>JENNIFERGRAINGERYesterday's Dream and Today's Reality: Aboriginal Centre of Winnipeg – Adapting to Urban Life in Canada<
>WILLIAM (BILL) SHEADProfile of Tantoo Cardinal<
>VALERIE KYNASTONAn Emerging Narrative: Aboriginal Contributions to Canadian Architecture<
>WANDA DALLA COSTAProfile of Alexandre (Alex) Simeon Janvier<
>PHYLLIS CHAUHeartbeats: Native Music in Aboriginal and Canadian Life<
>BRIAN WRIGHT-MCLEODProfile of Gilbert (Gil) Cardinal<
>JEFF MOULTONProfile of Maria Campbell<
>SHERRY BURGARProfile of Alanis Obomsawin<
>JOCELYN ORBEITERPart 6: ConclusionOur Aboriginal Vision for Canada<
>CORA J. VOYAGEUR, DAVID R. NEWHOUSE, AND DAN BEAVONProfile of Georges Henry Erasmus<
>ONDINE PARKAppendix: Recognition of Aboriginal Achievements<
>ABBY GABORAAND ANDREW CALLIOU