Indigenous Peoples in military history

Military history of Indigenous Peoples in Canada and their participation in the Armed Forces.

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A Commemorative History of Aboriginal People in the Canadian Military

This book pays tribute to the military role of indigenous people in Canada. It highlights the role indigenous people have played in the Canadian Armed Forces.

First Peoples in the First World War

Summary of Indigenous participation in the First World War.

Indigenous People in the Second World War

The role of Indigenous troops in the Second World War.

Indigenous People in the First World War

The role of Indigenous troops in the First World War.

Indigenous People in the War of 1812

The role of Indigenous troops in the War of 1812.

Arrival of Strangers exhibition

The arrival of Europeans seen through Indigenous eyes.

Indigenous soldiers in foreign battles

Profiles of Indigenous soldiers who fought for Canada overseas.

Mi’kmaq Holdings Resource Guide (1725-1779)

Treaties signed from 1725 to 1779 between the Mi’kmaq and colonial governments.

Native American leaders in the War of 1812

Profiles of Indigenous leaders who played an important role in the War of 1812.

Treaties, Surrenders and Agreements records (1680-1876)

Scanned images of nine volumes of treaties with Indigenous Peoples.

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