Travellers through Empire

Indigenous Voyages from Early Canada

Auteur/ Illustrateur / Sous la direction de : Cecilia Morgan

In the late 18th century and throughout the 19th century, an unprecedented number of Indigenous people—especially Haudenosaunee, Anishinaabeg, and Cree—travelled to Britain and other parts of the world. Who were these transatlantic travellers, where were they going, and what were they hoping to find? Travellers through Empire unearths the stories of Indigenous peoples including Mississauga Methodist missionary and Ojibwa chief Reverend Peter Jones; the Scots-Cherokee officer and interpreter John Norton; Catherine Sutton, a Mississauga woman who advocated for her people with Queen Victoria; E. Pauline Johnson, the Mohawk poet and performer; and many others.

Éditeur
McGill-Queen’s University Press
DateISBNCode BISACThémaDroits disponibles
20179780773551343SOC062000, HIS006000, SOC021000
LangueFormatDimensionsPrixNombre de pages
AnglaisBroché / souple6 x 939.95 $ CA392