2 edition of Linguistic and cultural affiliations of Canadian Indian bands. found in the catalog.
Linguistic and cultural affiliations of Canadian Indian bands.
Canada. Indian Affairs Branch.
by Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, Indian Affairs Branch in Ottawa
Written in English
|Statement||[Compiled and edited by G. W. Neville.]|
|Contributions||Neville, G. W., ed.|
|LC Classifications||E78.C2 C325 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||42|
|LC Control Number||72195525|
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Linguistic and Cultural Affiliations of Canadian Indian Bands. Ottawa. , 1st thus. (Mass market paperback) Very good. 26pp. A very interesting statistical look at the 10 linguistic groups of Canadian Indians. Includes a table of Indian bands, listing the band, the population at the time, the linguistic group and district, and the. Choose a Linguistic Group. ISOLATES British Columbia. METIS NATION Across Canada. SIOUX Praires. TSIMSHIANIC Northwest British Columbia. WAKASHAN Baffin Island North. AIVILINGMIUT East Mainland Nunavut. DORSET Canadian Arctic. INUPIAQ MacKenzie River Delta. LABRADOR East Coast Canada. NETSILINGMIUT Boothia Peninsula Region. SIGLIT.
Alphabetical Index for the following: UNITED STATES Federally Recognized Tribes - A through N Federally Recognized Tribes - O through Z. These consist of Indian reserves, and other communities inhabited primarily by Inuit and other Aboriginal groups. The set of communities mapped are restricted to only those communities where the population reported an Aboriginal language as .
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At this time, Canadian Indian policy was far superior, in effectiveness and sensitivity, to American Indian policy. more power over the provinces to act in the best interests of the nation as a whole than it or the provinces have over Indian bands!.