First Nations Land Treaties : Canadian Aboriginals, Social Studies
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Young scholars examine different treaties signed between Canadian Aboriginals and European settlers. They consider why Aboriginals signed treaties, promises made, kept and broken by various treaties and what type of land claims still exist today.
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