Treaty 3


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Chiefs of the Grand Council. The Fishing Rights of Treaty # 3 Indians. Kenora, Ontario: Chiefs of the Grand Council, 1986.

Cottam, S. Barry. "Federal / Provincial Disputes, Natural Resources, and the Treaty 3 Ojibway, 1867-1924." PhD Thesis, University of Ottawa, 1994.

Dacey, Alison F. Treaty 3: The Failure of the Canadian Government to Protect Native Treaty Rights 1905-20. 1993.

Daugherty, Wayne E. Treaty Research Report: Treatyno. 3 = Rapport de recherche sur les traités : Traiténo 3. Ottawa: Treaties and Historical Research Centre, Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, 1987.

DIAND. Treaty Boundaries of First Nations in Manitoba. Ottawa: Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, 1995.

DIAND. Background to Treaties 3 and 9. Ottawa: Treaties and Historical Research Centre, Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, 1970.

DIAND. Select Papers: Evolution of Treaty Concepts Generally, Aboriginal Title, Etc. Ottawa: Treaties and Historical Research Centre, Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, 1973.

DIAND. Education - Treaties 1-11 (General Documentation). Ottawa: Treaties and Historical Research Centre, Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, 1974.

Grand Council Treatyno. 3. What Treaty #3 Means Today. Kenora, Ontario: Grand Council Treatyno. 3, 1981.

Hansen, Lise C. "A Rejoinder to Waisberg and Holzkamm." Native Studies Review 8,no. 1 (1992): 57-60.

Kinew, Kathi Avery. "Manito Gitigaan: Governance in the Great Spirit's Garden: Wild Rice in Treaty #3 From Pre-Treaty to the 1990s." In Papers of the Twenty-Sixth Algonquian Conference, ed. David Pentland: 183-94.

Kuhlen, Daniel J. A Layperson's Guide to Treaty Rights in Canada. Saskatoon: University of Saskatchewan Native Law Centre, 1985.

Larmour, Jean, and Bernice Drummond. "Edgar Dewdney, Commissioner of Indian Affairs and Lieutenant Governor of the North West Territories 1879-1888." MA Thesis, University of Regina, 1969.

Lovisek, Joan A. The Political Evolution of Boundary Waters Ojibway. Kenora, Ontario: Grand Council Treaty 3, n.d.

The Maguire Group. Treaties One to Eleven: A Synthesis of the Study 1971-1976 on the History of the Fulfilment of the Crown's Obligations. Ottawa: Treaty Policy Directorate, Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, [1994].

McNab, David T. "Hearty Cooperation and Efficient Aid: The Métis and Treaty 3." Canadian Journal of Native Studies 3,no. 1 (1983): 131-49.

McPherson, Dennis H. "Transfer of Jurisdiction for Education: A Paradox in Regard to the Constitutional Entrenchment of Indian Rights to Education and the Existing Treatyno. 3 Rights to Education." LLM Thesis, University of Ottawa, 1997.

Morris, Alexander. The Treaties of Canada with the Indians of Manitoba and the North-West Territories, Including the Negotiations on Which They Were Based, and Other Information Related Thereto. 1880; reprint, Toronto: Prospero Books, 2000.

Moss, Wendy. Métis Adhesion to Treatyno. 3. 1979.

Muirhead, B. W. Between Scylla and Charybdis: The Ontario Boundary Dispute and Treaty 3, 1873-1915. Thunder Bay, Ontario: Lakehead University, Department of History, 1994.

Pomedli, Michael M. "Trick or Treat-Y? Treaty 3, Rice, and Manitous." Papers of the Algonquian Conference 29 (1998): 252-63.

Pomedli, Michael M. "The Otter: Laughter and Treaty Three." Papers of the Algonquian Conference 32 (2001): 359-73.

Pratt, Alan. Discussion Paper Regarding the Natural Resources Transfer Agreements of the Prairie Provinces: The Numbered Treaties and Extinguishment: A Legal Analysis. Ottawa: Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, 1993.

Ratkoff-Rojnoff, C. The Nolin Paypom Treaty and Wild Rice. Toronto: Ontario Regional Office, 1980.

Rogers, Edward S., and Donald B. Smith, eds. Aboriginal Ontario: Historical Perspectives on First Nations. Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1994.

Taylor, John L. "The Development of an Indian Policy for the Canadian North-West." PhD Thesis, Queen's University, 1975.

Tough, Frank. "Aboriginal Rights Versus the Deed of Surrender: The Legal Rights of Native Peoples and Canada's Acquisition of the Hudson's Bay Company Territory." Prairie Forum 17,no. 2 (1992): 225-50.

Waisberg, Leo G., and Tim E. Holzkamm. "The Ojibway Understanding of Fishing Rights Under Treaty 3: A Comment on Lise C. Hansen, 'Treaty Fishing Rights and the Development of Fisheries Legislation in Ontario: A Primer'." Native Studies Review 8,no. 1 (1992): 47-55.

Waisberg, Leo G., Joan A. Lovisek, and Tim E. Holzkamm. "Ojibwa Reservations as 'an incubus upon the territory:' The Indian Removal Policy of Ontario, 1874-1982." Papers of the Algonquian Conference 27 (1996): 337-52.

Whitehouse, Derek. "The Numbered Treaties: Similar Means to Dichotomous Ends." Past Imperfect 3 (1994): 25-45.

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