The treaties, acts and other documents that make up the history
of Aboriginal relations in Canada stretch back hundreds of years.
They have been researched from:
- Havard, Gilles (2001). The Great Peace of Montreal of 1701:
French-Native Diplomacy in the Seventeenth Century. Trans.
Phyllis Aronoff and Howard Scott. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's
- McMillan, Alan D. (1995). Native Peoples and Cultures of
Canada: An Anthropological Overview. 2nd edition. Vancouver/Toronto:
Douglas & McIntyre.
- Patterson II, E. Palmer (1972). The Canadian Indian: A History
Since 1500. Toronto: Collier-Macmillan Canada Ltd.
- Price, Richard T. (1991). Legacy: Indian Treaty Relationships.
Edmonton: Plains Publishing Inc.
- Rose, Alex (2000). Spirit Dance at Meziadin: Chief Joseph
Gosnell and the Nisga'a Treaty. Toronto: Harbour Publishing.
- Smart, Stephen B. and Michael Coyle. Eds. (1997). Aboriginal
Issues Today: A Legal and Business Guide. Vancouver: Self-Counsel
- St. Germain, Jill (2001). Indian Treaty-Making Policy In
The United States and Canada 1867 - 1877. Lincoln: University
of Nebraska Press.