We Were Not the Savages: First Nations History – Collision Between European and Native American Civilizations

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We Were Not the Savages: First Nations History
- Collision Between European and Native American Civilizations

Author: Daniel N. Paul

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Book description:
This fully updated third edition of a vital text on the history of indigenous peoples comes from the thorough research of a First Nations descendent. By turns revealing and deeply unsettling, the book details the brutal treatment and complete displacement of the Mi’kmaq civilization at the hands of European settlers. The author’s ongoing research casts doubt on the recorded tales of Canadian colonization and reveals that the mistreatment of First Nations peoples is not confined to the past.

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