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Vienna Working Papers in Canadian Studies Vol. 1 (2016) BETWEEN ROCKS AND HARD PLACES: INDIGENOUS LANDS, SETTLER ART HISTORIES AND THE "BATTLE FOR THE WOODLANDS"

Phillips, Ruth B.


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