Myth, symbol and colonial encounter : British and Miʹkmaq in Acadia, 1700-1867
From the time of the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713, people of British origin have shared the area of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island, traditionally called Acadia, with Eastern Canada's Algonkian-speaking peoples, the Mi'kmaq. This historical analysis of colonial Acadia from the perspective of symbolic and mythic existence will be useful to those interested in Canadian history, native Canadian history, religion in Canada, and history of religion.
University of Ottawa Press
Micmac Indians, Indians of North America, Maritime provinces, religion, government relations, history
Canadian History | Cultural History
Reid, Jennifer, "Myth, symbol and colonial encounter : British and Miʹkmaq in Acadia, 1700-1867" (1995). Faculty and Staff Books. 55.