Mississauga portraits ojibwe voices from nineteenth century canada mississauga portraits ojibwe voices from nineteenth century canada by smith donald b toronto university of toronto press 2013 xxxiv 457 pp maps and illustrations preface epilogue notes selected bibliography index 3795 paper michelle cassidy michelle cassidy search for other works by this author on . Mississauga portraits ojibwe voices from nineteenth century canada english edition ebook smith donald b amazonde kindle shop. The nineteenth century prediction that the first nations would disappear was just a forecast and it was wrong improved nutrition and hygiene as well as continued progress in the prevention and therapy of infectious diseases particularly tuberculosis contributed to a dramatic increase in first nations numbers since modern health services reached the reserves in the mid twentieth century . The word mississauga is the name british canadian settlers used for the ojibwe on the north of lake ontario now the most urbanized region in what is now canada the ojibwe of this area in the early and mid nineteenth century lived through a time of considerable threat to the survival of the first nations as they lost much of their autonomy and almost all of their traditional territorydonald . These documents uncovered over the 40 years that smith has spent researching and writing about the ojibwe represent the richest source of personal first nations writing in canada from the mid nineteenth centurymississauga portraits is a sequel to smiths immensely popular sacred feathers which provided a detailed biography of mississauga chief and methodist minister peter jones
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