HIST 203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: North-West Rebellion

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14 Apr 2016
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01/28--Appropriating Indigenous Territory
treaty making in the west
the changing perceptions of treaties
the southern numbered treaties 187101877
indigenous reactions to settlement
an approach to changing conditions
asserting indigenous rights
the southern numbered treaties 1871-1877
the new canadian government turns to treaties
■ reasons
threats of violence
“peaceful” settlement
● trains
the early numbered treaties (1-7)
the crown and the metis
critical demands and rights recognition
written and broken oral promises
treaty making in the west
legacy of the southern numbered treaties 1871-1877
the post treaty experience
forgotten obligations and a new “indian” policy
indian act (1876)
why the change in government attitude?
access to the west
reduced military threat
disease, famine, and government policy
tuberculosis exacerbated by famine
dr hagarty’s short lived vaccination campaign
indigenous resistance
policy of pacification
policy of starvation and forced treaty talks
the northwest “rebellion” of 1885
shattered lifestyles, shattered relationships
government policy in the west
indigenous responses: piapot, big bear, little pine
the metis in saskatchewan
questions about land
broken promises: manitoba act
riel returns
a second provisional government
indigenous and metis resistance
canadian military response
○ impact
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