Highly Acclaimed When The First Edition Appeared In 1989, Skyscrapers Hide The Heavens Is The First Comprehensive Account Of Indian White Relations Throughout Canada S History J.R Miller Charts The Deterioration Of The Relationship From The Initial, Mutually Beneficial Contact In The Fur Trade To The Current Impasse In Which Indians Are Resisting Displacement And Marginalization.This New Edition Is The Result Of Substantial Revision To Incorporate Current Scholarship And Bring The Text Up To Date It Includes New Material On The North, And Reflects Changes Brought About By The Oka Crisis, The Sovereignty Issue, And The Various Court Decisions Of The 1990s It Also Includes New Material On Residential Schools, Treaty Making, And Land Claims.
J.R Miller is a professor emeritus of history at the University of Saskatchewan He is the author of numerous works on issues related to Indigenous peoples including Skyscrapers Hide the Heavens and Shingwauk s Vision, both published by University of Toronto Press.
- 500 pages
- Skyscrapers Hide the Heavens: A History of Indian-White Relations in Canada
- J.R. Miller
- 09 August 2018 J.R. Miller