WORKS CITED

 

EMILY CARR: PAINTER & AUTHOR

Crean, Susan. The Laughing One: a Journey to Emily Carr. Toronto : Harper Flamingo Canada, 2001.

Kirkwood Walker, Stephanie. This Woman in Particular: Contexts for the Biographical Image of Emily Carr. Waterloo, Ontario: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 1996.

Morra, Linda. “Unsettling Female Artists.” Canadian Literature. 193 (2007): 152-3.

Neering, Rosemay. Emily Carr. Longueil, Quebec: Éditions julienne, 1976.

Shadbolt, Doris. Emily Carr. Ottawa: Musée des beaux-arts du Canada, 1990.

Shadbolt, Doris. The Art of Emily Carr. Vancouver, Douglas & McIntyre, 1979.

Tippet, Maria. Emily Carr: a Biography. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1979.

“About Emily Carr.” Vancouver Art Gallery. November 10 2008 ‹http://www.virtual museum.ca/Exhibitions/EmilyCarr/en/about/index.php›.

Truth and Lies in Paul Kane’s Literary and Artistic Work

Eaton, Diane, and Sheila Urbanek. Paul Kane’s Great Nor-West. Vancouver: UBC Press,1995. ebrary. U de Sherbrooke Library, QC. 1 Nov. 2008.

        <http://site.ebrary.com/lib/usherbrooke/Doc?id=10220676>.

Harper, J. Russell. “Kane, Paul.” Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online. 2000. U of Toronto/Université Laval. 1 Nov. 2008. < http://www.biographi.ca/ >.

---. “Kane, Paul.” The Canadian Encyclopedia. 2008. 1 Nov. 2008.< http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com >.

Kane, Paul. Wanderings of an Artist among the Indians of North America from Canada to Vancouver Island and Oregon through the Hudson’s Bay Company’s            Territory   and Back Again. London: Longman, 1859. Early Canadiana Online. U de Sherbrooke Library, QC. 1 Nov. 2008. < http://www.canadiana.org/ECO/mtq?        doc=35931&language=fr >.

Raban, Jonathan. “Battleground of the Eye.” The Atlantic Monthly. Mar. 2001: 40-52. General Interest Module. ProQuest.  U de Sherbrooke Library, QC. 1 Nov. 2008. <  http://www.proquest.com/ >.

CANADIAN RESERVES

MCQUILLAN, A.D. (1980). “Creation of Indian Reserves on the Canadian Prairies 1870-1885” Geographical Review 70-(4) p: 379-196.

SHEWELL, H. (1954). “Bitterness Behind Every Smiling Face: Community Development and Canada’s First Nations” Canadian Historical Review 83-(1) p: 58-84.

SPROAT, G.M. (1878). Memorandum on Indian Reserves in the District of Yale. Victoria, B.C. : Native Studies. 17p.

 “Land Claims” 2008. Indian and Northern affairs Canada. 3 November 2008.

http://www.ainc-inac.gc.ca/ap/index-eng.asp

MACCUE, H  “Where are Reserves?” 2008. The Canadian Encyclopaedia. 3 November 2008.

www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com

Statistics Canada, 2006. 3 November 2008.

www.statisticscanada.com

Documentary : “ Le peuple invisible” by Richard Desjardins, 2007

TOMSON HIGHWAY: A VOICE FOR NATIVE THEATRE AND LITERATURE IN CANADA

Methot, Suzanne.  “KISS OF THE FUR QUEEN (Book).” Quill & Quire 64.9 (Sep. 1998): 56. Canadian Literary Centre. EBSCO. [Biblio. Sciences humaines], [Sherbrooke], [QC]. 15 Nov. 2008 < http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=cjh&AN=6523822&amp;lang=fr&site=ehost-live >.

Wasserman, Jerry. "'God of the Whiteman! God of the Indian! God Al-fucking-mighty!': The Residential School Legacy in Two Canadian Plays." Journal of Canadian Studies 39.1 (2005): 23-58.

Native Earth Performing Arts. 2008. Envented Toronto. 15 Nov. 2008 < http://www.nativeearth.ca/en >.

MARIA CAMPBELL

BATAILLE Gretchun. American Indian Women. University of Nebraska press, 1984.

BAXTER, Danielle. Maria Campbell. Retrieved from: www3.telus.net/Hypnosphere/writing/Maria_Campbell.pdf, April 2006.

GRANT, Agnes. Journal of Postcolonial Writing. Routledge: Toronto, 2005.

CAMPBELL, Maria. Give Back: First Nations Perspectives on Cultural Practice. North Vancouver Gallery Publications, 1992.

SEALEY, Bruce. The other natives: les Métis. Manitoba Metis foundation- Éditions Bois-Brulés: Winnipeg, 1978.

VANGEN, Kate. The Native in Literatue. ECW press, 1997.

ANIMISM

Carroll, Robert Todd. The Skeptics’s Dictionary.  <http://skepdic.com/animism.html>

Wenner, Sara. (2001) Animism. <http://www.mnsu.edu/emuseum/cultural/religion/animism/beliefs.html>

Holistic-life-living. What Is Animism? < http://www.holistic-life-living.com/What-is-Animism.html>

Science Encyclopedia. Animism Concepts <http://science.jrank.org/pages/8283/Animism-Concepts.html>

Global Oneness. Amimism – Origins <http://www.experiencefestival.com/a/Animism_-_Origins/id/609400>

Sun dance: The Ritual

http://www.garynull.com/documents/nativeamerican.htm

http://www.crystalinks.com/sundance.html

The Blackfoot Sun Dance written by reverent John Mclean in 1889

Blood Indian Sun Dance Elliot G.E.D written 1893

SWEAT LODGES

Aaland, Mikkel. Native American Sweat Lodge.  November 8, 2008.  < http://cyberbohemia.com/Pages/sweat.htm >

Maclean, John.  The Indians of Canada their manners and customs.  London, 1892.  Indiens d’Amérique, Missions, Amérique du Nord.  Scanned form a CIMH microfiche of the original publication held by the National Library of Canada.  From the U. De Sherbrooke Library site. November 10, 2008. < http://www.canadiana.org.ezproxy.usherbrooke.ca/pimg/39021.pdf?id=8983708627a4d271

POTLACH CEREMONIES

“Chilkat Blankets.”Canadian Museum of civilization.2008. Canadian Museum Civilization Corporation. 10 nov. 2008 <http://www.civilisations.ca/cmc/exhibitions/tresors/treasure/231eng.shtml>.

D. Paper,Jordan. Native American Religious Traditions: Dancing for life: Praeger Publsihers,2006

Gadacz R., René. “Potlatch.”L’Encyclopédie Canadienne.2008.La Fondation Historica du Canada. 10 nov. 2008

<http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/index.cfm?PgNm=TCE&Params=f1ARTf0006431>.

“Men`s Grass Dance.”Wacipi Pow Wow.2007.Twin Cities Public Television Inc. 10 nov. 2008

          <http://www.tpt.org/powwow/mensgrass.html>.

Rohan, Vicky. “american indian dance: The grass dance”.2002.Pagewise inc. 10 nov. 2008

<http://www.essortment.com/all/americanindian_rnyw.htm>.

TOTEM POLES

Halpin, Marjorie M. Totem Poles: An Illustrated Guide. Vancouver: University of British Colombia, 1981.

Kramer, Pat. “Totem Pole.”Internet. Available: http://users.imag.net/~sry.jkramer/nativetotems/default.html

Macdonald, George F. The Totem Pole and Monument of Gitwangak Village. Ottawa: Parks Canada Publication, 1984.

Wall. Sarah. “Totem Poles, Teepees and Token Tradition: ‛ Playing Indian’ In Summer, 1920-1955.”Canadian Historical Review September 25, Vol. 86, Issue 3, p513-544.

THE GREAT CHAIN OF BEING

Dickason, Olive. “To each a Place and Rank.” The Myth of the Savage, and the Beginnings of French Colonialism in the Americas. Edmonton, Alberta: U of Alberta Press, n.d. 42-59.

McEvoy, Sean. “The Great Chain of Being and Radical Politics” Shakespeare: The Basics; Routledge, 2000, Literary Center, <http://search.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.usherbrooke.ca/login.aspx?direct=true&db=lfh&AN=16881925&lang=fr&site=lrc-live> p11-35, 25p

“Great Chain of Being” http://www.absoluteastronomy.com/topics/Great_chain_of_being, 2008, November 21 2008.

REVIEW OF: GIVE ME MY FATHER’S BODY BY KENN HARPER

Harper, Keen. Give Me My Father’ s Body. Vermont: Steerforth Press, 2000.

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/ice/sfeature/peary.html

Patricia Nelson Limerick. “Why Am I an Experiment? ”  New York Times

http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9F0DE4DB113EF936A15755C0A9669C8B63

REVIEW OF THE NIGHT WANDERER BY DREW HAYDEN TAYLOR

Annick Press. “The Night Wanderer: A Native Gothic Novel.” 2007. Drew Hayden Taylor Official Website. 18 November 2008 <http://www.drewhaydentaylor.com/otherpubs.html >.


Hamilton-Nagorsen, Daphne. “The Night Wanderer: A Native Gothic Novel.” Manitoba Library Association.  12     October 2007. University of Manitoba. 18 November 2008 <http://www.umanitoba.ca/outreach/cm/vol14/no4/thenightwanderer.html>.

Lawlor, Patty. “The Night Wanderer: A Native Gothic Novel.” Quill and Quire 73 (Dec. 2007): 47-48. Canadian     Literary Center. EBSCO. 19 Nov.2008 < http://search.ebscohost.comezproxy.usherbrooke.ca  >.

Moffat, John, and Tait, Sandy. “ I just see myself as an Old-fashioned storyteller: A conversation with Drew   Hayden Taylor.” Canadian Literature Winter 2004: 72 -86.

Taylor, Drew Hayden. The Night Wanderer: A Native Gothic Novel. Toronto: Annick, 2007.

REVIEW OF: A BROKEN FLUTE: THE NATIVE EXPERIENCE IN BOOKS FOR CHILDREN

http://oyate.org/resources.html

http://americanindiansinchildrensliterature.blogspot.com/

http://www.nativeculturelinks.com/indians.html.

Seale, D. & Slapin B. (Eds.). (2005). A Broken Flute: The Native Experience in Books for Children. Lanham: AltaMira Press.