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Section title: Books and Links
The following is a list of books and links (for each settlement group) that are appropriate for kids and of interest to teachers. A separate list of Books and Links in French is also available.

For the sources consulted for writing the texts on this site, see the References section of each settlement group.

Acadians
Africans
Beothuk
Chinese
Doukhobors
Dutch
French
Haida
Inuit
Irish
Japanese
Métis
Mi'kmaq
Nisga'a
Plains Cree
Scots
Ukrainian
Wendat
General
Aboriginal Peoples
Settlers

Acadians

Fiction

Ages 5 to 10
Trottier, Maxine. Claire's Gift. Illustrated by Rajka Kupesic. Markham, Ont.: North Winds Press, 1999.

Ages 8 to 11
Carter, Anne Laurel. Bless This House: Elizabeth. Toronto: Penguin, 2002.

Carter, Anne Laurel. Elizabeth: To Pirate Island. Toronto: Penguin Books, 2004.

Ages 9 to 12
Davison, Marion and Audrey Marsh. Smoke Over Grand Pré. St. John's, Nfld.: Breakwater, 1988.

Stewart, Sharon. Banished From Our Home: The Acadian Diary of Angélique Richard. Markham, Ont.: Scholastic Canada, 2004.

Ages 12 to 14
Carter, Anne. The Girl on Evangeline Beach. Toronto: Stoddart Kids, 2000.

Ages 12 and up
Murphy, Eileen Ellen. The Secret of Marie Broussard. Ottawa: Borealis Press, 1983.

Non-fiction

Ages 8 to 11
Neering, Rosemary and Stan Garrod. Life in Acadia. Toronto: Fitzhenry and Whiteside, 1976.

Ages 10 to 14
Moody, Barry. Life in Acadia: Marie-Madeleine Maisonnat. Toronto: Grolier, 1990.

Ages 16 and up
Arsenault, Georges. Acadian Legends, Folktales, and Songs from Prince Edward Island. Translated by Sally Ross. Charlottetown: Acorn Press, 2002.

Websites

The Acadian Odyssey. Canada's Digital Collections.
http://epe.lac-bac.gc.ca/100/200/301/ic/can_digital_collections/acadian/english/toce/toce.htm (accessed February 17, 2005).

Archaeology in Nova Scotia Info Sheets: Acadians. Nova Scotia Museum.
http://museum.gov.ns.ca/arch/infos/info.htm (accessed February 17, 2005).

Digital Archives of the Argyle District Acadians. Canada's Digital Collections.
http://epe.lac-bac.gc.ca/100/205/301/ic/cdc/argyle/default.htm (accessed February 12, 2005)

The History of Minudie. The Minudie Heritage Association.
http://novascotiaheritage.ca/en/home/ (accessed August 15, 2006).

Village historique acadien. Government of New Brunswick.
www.villagehistoriqueacadien.com/ (accessed February 21, 2005).

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Africans

Fiction

Ages 8 to 12
Green, Jen. The Africans. New York; St. Catharines, Ont.: Crabtree Pub. Co., 2000.

Keens-Douglas, Richardo. Freedom Child of the Sea. Illustrated by Julia Gukova. Toronto: Annick Press, 1995.

Ages 9 to 12
Kositsky, Lynne. Rachel: A Mighty Big Imagining. Toronto: Penguin Books, 2001.

Kositsky, Lynne. Rachel: Certificate of Freedom. Toronto: Penguin Canada, 2003.

Kositsky, Lynne. Rachel: The Maybe House. Toronto: Penguin Books, 2001.

Ages 11 to 13
Perkyns, Dorothy. Last Days in Africville. Vancouver: Beach Holme Pub., 2003.

Ages 12 to 16
Bell, William. Zack. Toronto: Doubleday Canada, 1998.

Ages 12 and up
Schwartz, Virginia Frances. If I Just Had Two Wings. Toronto: Stoddart Kids, 2001.

Non-fiction

Ages 8 to 12
Greenwood, Barbara. The Last Safe House: A Story of the Underground Railroad. Illustrated by Heather Collins. New York; Toronto: Scholastic, 1999.

Sadlier, Rosemary. The Kids Book of Black Canadian History. Illustrated by Wang Qijun. Toronto: Kids Can Press, 2003.

Ages 10 and up
Prince, Bryan. I Came as a Stranger: The Underground Railroad. Toronto: Tundra Books, 2004.

Ages 12 and up
Carter, Velma and Levero Lee Carter. The Black Canadians: Their History and Contributions. Revised edition. Edmonton: Reidmore Books, 1993.

Sadlier, Rosemary. Leading the Way: Black Women in Canada. Toronto: Umbrella Press, 1994.

Sadlier, Rosemary. Mary Ann Shadd: Publisher, Editor, Teacher, Lawyer, Suffragette. Toronto: Umbrella Press, 1995.

Websites

Black History Month. Canadian Heritage.
www.pch.gc.ca/progs/multi/black-noir/index_e.cfm (accessed February 18, 2005).

Historical Background: The Arrival of Blacks in British Columbia. The British Columbia Black History Awareness Society.
www.islandnet.com/~bcbhas/hist-3.htm (accessed February 18, 2005).

OBHS Online: Ontario Black History Society Archives. Canada's Digital Collections.
http://epe.lac-bac.gc.ca/100/205/301/ic/cdc/obho/default.htm (accessed February 18, 2005).

Remembering Black Loyalists, Black Communities in Nova Scotia. Virtual Museum of Canada.
http://museum.gov.ns.ca/blackloyalists/ (accessed February 21, 2005).

Some Missing Pages: The Black Community in the History of Québec and Canada.
www.qesn.meq.gouv.qc.ca/mpages (accessed February 18, 2005)

"The Underground Railroad: Black Settlement in Canada, 1600s to 1860s". Next Stop Freedom! An Exhibit on the Story of the Underground Railroad. Parks Canada.
www.pc.gc.ca/canada/proj/cfc-ugrr/itm1-ex/ex5_e.asp (accessed February 18, 2005).

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Beothuk

Fiction

Ages 6 to 11
Gale, Donald. Sooshewan: Child of the Beothuk. Illustrated by Shawn Steffler. St. John's, Nfld.: Breakwater, 1988.

Ages 11 to 15
Major, Kevin. Blood Red Ochre. Toronto: Doubleday Canada, 1994.

Ages 14 and up
Clark, Joan. The Dream Carvers. Toronto: Puffin Books, 1997.

Adult
Assiniwi, Bernard. The Beothuk Saga. Translated by Wayne Grady. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 2000.

Non-fiction

Ages 9 to 13
Marshall, Ingeborg. The Beothuk of Newfoundland: A Vanished People. St. John's, Nfld.: Breakwater, 1989.

Marshall, Ingeborg. The Red Ochre People: How Newfoundland's Beothuck Indians Lived. Illustrated by Martin Springett. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, 1982.

Powers, Bob. Shanawdithit: Last of the Beothuk. St. John's, Nfld.: H. Cuff Publications, 1987.

Websites

Aboriginal Peoples: The Beothuks. Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage.
www.heritage.nf.ca/aboriginal/beothuk.html (accessed February 18, 2005).

Museum Notes: The Beothuks. The Newfoundland Museum.
www.therooms.ca/museum/mnotes1.asp (accessed August 15, 2006).

Newfoundland in a Flash: The Beothuks. Canada's Digital Collections.
http://epe.lac-bac.gc.ca/100/205/301/ic/cdc/rock/default.htm (accessed February 18, 2005).

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Chinese

Fiction

Ages 4 to 8
Spalding, Andrea. Me and Mr. Mah. Illustrated by Janet Wilson. Victoria, B.C.: Orca Book Publishers, 1999.

Thien, Madeleine. The Chinese Violin. Illustrated by Joe Chang. Vancouver, Toronto: Whitecap Books, 2001.

Trottier, Maxine. The Tiny Kite of Eddie Wing. Illustrated by Al Van Mil. Toronto: Stoddart, 1995.

Ages 5 to 8
Cheng, Andrea. Grandfather Counts. Illustrated by Ange Zhang. New York: Lee & Low Books, 2000.

Ye, Ting-Xing. Share the Sky. Illustrated by Suzane Langlois. Toronto: Annick Press, 1999.

Ages 6 to 8
Yee, Paul. The Boy in the Attic. Illustrated by Gu Xiong. Toronto: Groundwood Books/Douglas & McIntyre, 1998.

Ages 7 to 10
Bouchard, David. The Dragon New Year: A Chinese Legend. Illustrated by Zhong-Yang Huang. Vancouver: Raincoast Books, 1999.

LaRouche, Adelle. Binky and the Bamboo Brush. Toronto: Gage, 1981.

Ages 7 and up
Bannatyne-Cugnet, Jo. From Far and Wide: A Canadian Citizenship Scrapbook. Illustrated by Song Nan Zhang. Toronto: Tundra Books, 2000.

Ages 8 to 9
Yee, Paul. The Jade Necklace. Illustrated by Grace Lin. Vancouver: Tradewind Books, 2002.

Ages 8 to 11
Lawson, Julie. Emily: Across the James Bay Bridge. Toronto: Penguin Books, 2001.

Lawson, Julie. Emily: Building Bridges. Toronto: Penguin Canada, 2003.

Ages 8 to 12
Yee, Paul. Ghost Train. Illustrated by Harvey Chan. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, 1996.

Ages 9 to 12
Chan, Gillian. An Ocean Apart: The Gold Mountain Diary of Chin Mei-ling. Markham, Ont.: Scholastic Canada, 2004.

Lawson, Julie. A Ribbon of Shining Steel: The Railway Diary of Kate Cameron. Markham, Ont.: Scholastic Canada, 2002.

Ages 11 to 14
Lawson, Julie. White Jade Tiger. Victoria, B.C.: Beach Holme Publishing, 1993.

Ages 12 to 16
Yee, Paul. Breakaway. Toronto: Douglas & McIntyre, 1997.

Non-fiction

Ages 9 to 11
Yee, Paul. Dead Man's Gold and Other Stories. Illustrated by Harvey Chan. Toronto: Groundwood Books, 2002.

Ages 9 to 12
Chan, Arlene. The Moon Festival: A Chinese Mid-autumn Celebration. Illustrated by Nicolas Debon. Toronto: Umbrella Press, 1999.

Ages 12 and up
Yee, Paul. Tales from Gold Mountain: Stories of the Chinese in the New World. Paintings by Simon Ng. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, 1989.

Websites

Across the Generations - A History of the Chinese in Canada. Canada's Digital Collections.
http://epe.lac-bac.gc.ca/100/205/301/ic/cdc/generations/index2.html (accessed February 18, 2005).

Chinese Canadian Historical Photo Exhibit. Chinese Canadian National Council.
www.ccnc.ca/toronto/history/index.html (accessed February 18, 2005).

Perspective: Chinese Labourers. Immigrant Voices
www.canadianhistory.ca/iv/perspective/perspective4_1.html (accessed February 18, 2005).

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Doukhobors

Non-fiction

Ages 8 to 12
Verigin, Ernie and Natalie Lucas. Brilliant: A New Place for a Way of Life. Illustrated by Natalie Lucas. South Slocan, B.C.: West Kootenay Early Childhood Diversity Group, 1999.

Websites

The Doukhobor Collection. Simon Fraser University Library.
http://edocs.lib.sfu.ca/projects/Doukhobor-Collection/ (accessed February 18, 2005).

Doukhobor Genealogy Website.
www.doukhobor.org/index.html (accessed February 18, 2005).

The Doukhobor Village Museum.
http://kdhs.kics.bc.ca/ (accessed February 18, 2005).

The Doukhobors: "Spirit Wrestlers". Canadian Museum of Civilization.
www.civilization.ca/cultur/doukhobors/dou01eng.html (accessed February 18, 2005).

The Spirit Wrestlers.
www.spirit-wrestlers.com/ (accessed February 18, 2005).

Weaving Doukhobor History. Royal B.C. Museum. http://www.royalbcmuseum.bc.ca/mh_papers/doukhobor.html (accessed February 18, 2005).

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Dutch

Fiction

Ages 7 to 10
Attema, Martha. Hero. Victoria, B.C.: Orca Book Publishers, 2003.

Ages 8 to 11.
Priesman-Bogaardt, Louisa. Dark Skies Over Paradise. Victoria, B.C.: Trafford, 2005.

Van de Wiel, Debi. We Followed the Stars to Canada. Halifax, N.S.: Nimbus, 2000.

Ages 10 to 12
Spring, Debbie. The Righteous Smuggler. Toronto: Second Story Press, 2005.

Ages 10 to 13
Fairbridge, Lynne. Tangled in Time. Vancouver: Ronsdale Press, 1999.

Non-Fiction

Ages 8 to 12.
Olsen, Victoria. The Dutch Americans. New York: Chelsea House, 1989.

Ages 9 to 11
Renaud, Anne. A Bloom of Friendship: The Story of the Canadian Tulip Festival. Illustrated by Ashley Spires. Montréal: Lobster Press, 2004.

Ages 9 to 13.
Vanderhayden, Kees. War and Peace in My Backyard. Saint-Alphonse-de-Granby, Que: Editions de la Paix, 2005.

Ages 12 and up.
VanderMey, Albert. And the Swamp Flourished: The Bittersweet Story of Holland Marsh. Surrey, B.C.: Venderheide Publishing Co., 1994.

Van Vliet, Brigitte. We Came, We Saw, We Stayed: The Story of the Dutch in Prince Edward Island. P.E.I.: Dutch Association of Prince Edward Island, 1990.

Ages 13 and up.
Magee, Joan. A Dutch Heritage: 200 Years of Dutch Presence in the Windsor-Detroit Border Region. Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1983.

Websites

"Dutch." The Canadian Encyclopedia.
www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/PrinterFriendly.cfm?Params=A1ARTA0002476 (accessed October 20, 2005).

"Dutch Immigration and Pier 21." Pier 21.
www.pier21.ca/Dutch.3257.0.html (accessed October 12, 2005).

"The Magnificent Abersons." A Scattering of Seeds. The Creation of Canada.
www.whitepinepictures.com/seeds/ii/19/index.html (accessed October 12, 2005).

"Netherlands." Canada Heirloom Series (Volume VII).
http://epe.lac-bac.gc.ca/100/205/301/ic/cdc/heirloom_series/volume7/volume7.htm
countries/netherlands.html
(accessed October 20, 2005).

"Tulips 2006 - World Flower Rendezvous!" Canadian Tulip Festival.
www.tulipfestival.ca/en/index.php (accessed October 12, 2005).

Van Der Heide, Albert. "Dutch." Discover Vancouver.
www.discovervancouver.com/GVB/dutch.asp (accessed October 12, 2005).

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French

Fiction

Ages 8 to 11
Stinson, Kathy. Marie-Claire: A Season of Sorrow. Toronto: Penguin Canada, 2002.

Stinson, Kathy. Marie-Claire: Dark Spring. Toronto: Penguin Books, 2001.

Stinson, Kathy. Marie-Claire: The Visitors. Toronto: Penguin Canada, 2003.

Ages 9 to 12
Trottier, Maxine. Alone in an Untamed Land: The Filles du Roi Diary of Hélène St. Onge. Markham, Ont.: Scholastic Canada, 2003.

Ages 10 to 14
Corriveau, Monique. The Wapiti. Translated by J.M. L'Heureux, illustrated by Paul Liberovsky. Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1968.

Ages 12 to 16
Martel, Suzanne. The King's Daughter. Vancouver: A Groundwood Book, Douglas & MacIntyre, 1994.

Non-fiction

Ages 8 to 11
Neering, Rosemary and Stan Garrod. Life in New France. Toronto: Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 1976.

Ages 8 to 12
Horton, Casey. The French. New York; St. Catharines, Ont..: Crabtree Pub., 2000.

Ages 9 to 13
Livesey, Robert and A.G. Smith. New France. Toronto: Stoddart, 1990.

Ages 11 and up
Baldwin, Douglas. New France and the Fur Trade. Calgary: Weigl Educational Publishers, 2003.

Websites

New France New Horizons: On French Soil in America. Library and Archives Canada.
www.archivescanadafrance.org/english/accueil_en.html (accessed February 18, 2005).

Tracing the History of New France. Library and Archives Canada.
http://epe.lac-bac.gc.ca/100/206/301/lac-bac/new_france-ef/0517_e.html (accessed February 18, 2005).

Virtual Museum of New France. Canadian Museum of Civilization.
www.civilization.ca/vmnf/vmnfe.asp (accessed February 18, 2005).

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Haida

Fiction

Ages 6 to 9
Lewis, Paul Owen. Frog Girl. Vancouver: Whitecap Books, 1997.

Lewis, Paul Owen. Storm Boy. Hillsboro: Beyond Words, 1995.

Ages 9 to 13
Andersen, Doris. Slave of the Haida. Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1974.

Ayre, Robert. Sketco the Raven. Illustrated by Philip Surrey. Richmond Hill, Ont.: Scholastic Canada, 1991.

Harris, Christie. The Trouble with Princesses. Illustrated by Douglas Tait. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1984.

Troendle, Yves. Raven's Children: A Novel Based on the Myths of the Northwest Coast Indians. Illustrated by Raymond Verdaguer. Lantzville, B.C.: Oolichan Books, 1979.

Ages 9 and up
Yahgulanaas, Michael Nicoll. The Last Voyage of the Black Ship. Vancouver: Western Canada Wilderness Committee, 2002.

Ages 12 and up
Harris, Christie. Raven's Cry. Illustrated by Bill Reid. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, 1992.

Non-fiction

Ages 4 to 8
Oliviero, Jamie. The Day Sun Was Stolen. Illustrated by Sharon Hitchcock. Winnipeg: Hyperion Press, 1995.

Ages 6 to 8
Adams, Dawn. Haida Art. Illustrated by Paul White and Jeannie Markowsky. Vancouver: WEDGE, Faculty of Education, University of B.C., 1983.

Adams, Dawn. Island Fun. Illustrated by Jeannie Markowsky. Vancouver: WEDGE, Faculty of Education, University of B.C., 1984.

Ages 7 to 9
Adams, Dawn. Potlatch. Illustrated by Arlene Erlandson. Vancouver: WEDGE, Faculty of Education, University of B.C., 1985.

Ages 7 to 10
Nelson, Jenny. The Weavers. Illustrated by Jeannie Markowsky. Vancouver: WEDGE, Faculty of Education, University of B.C., 1983.

Pearson, Pearle and Jenny White. Crests of the Haida. Illustrated by Terri-Lynn Williams. Vancouver: WEDGE, Faculty of Education, University of B.C., 1985.

Ages 8 to 9
Williams, Rose. The First Totem Pole. Illustrated by Chris White. Vancouver: WEDGE, Faculty of Education, University of B.C., 1985.

Ages 8 to 10
Enrico, John. The Man who Became an Eagle: A Haida Legend. Illustrated by Gitsgah. Vancouver: WEDGE, Faculty of Education, University of B.C., 1984.

Gessler, Trisha. Bears and Berries. Illustrated by Jeannie Markowsky. Vancouver: WEDGE, Faculty of Education, University of B.C., 1983.

Guujaaw. The Cedar. Illustrated by Arlene Golson. Vancouver: WEDGE, Faculty of Education, University of B.C., 1984.

Ages 8 to 11
Glubok, Shirley. The Art of the Northwest Coast Indians. New York: Macmillan Publishing, 1975.

McConkey, Lois. Sea and Cedar: How the Northwest Coast Indians Lived. Illustrated by Douglas Tait. Vancouver: J.J. Douglas, 1973.

Ages 8 to 12
Smith Siska, Heather. The Haida and the Inuit: People of the Seasons. Illustrated by Ian Bateson. Vancouver, Douglas & McIntyre (Educational), 1984.

Ages 9 to 12
Smithyman, Kathryn and Bobbie Kalman. Nations of the Northwest Coast. New York; St. Catharines, Ont.: Crabtree Pub., 2003.

Ages 10 and up
Meyers, Edward. Children of the Thunderbird: Legends and Myths from the West Coast. Illustrated by Matthew Varey. Surrey, B.C.: Hancock House, 1994.

Garrod, Stan. Indians of the Northwest Coast. Don Mills, Ont.: Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 1994, 1980.

Bouchard, David. The Journal of Etienne Mercier. Illustrated by Gordon Miller. Victoria, B.C.: Orca Book Publishers, 1998.

Websites

The Haida: Children of Eagle and Raven. Canadian Museum of Civilization.
www.civilization.ca/aborig/haida/haindexe.html (accessed February 21, 2005)

Haida, Spirits of the Sea. Virtual Museum of Canada.
www.virtualmuseum.ca/Exhibitions/Haida/java/english/home (accessed February 21, 2005).

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Inuit

Fiction

Ages 4 to 8
Munsch, Robert and Michael Lusugak. A Promise is a Promise. Illustrated by Vladyana Krykorka. Toronto: Annick Press, 1988.

Ages 5 to 9
Kusugak, Michael Arvaarluk. Northern Lights: The Soccer Trails. Illustrated by Vladyana Krykorka. Toronto: Annick Press, 1993.

Ages 8 to 12
Houston, James A. Tikta'liktak: An Inuit-Eskimo Legend. San Diego: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1990, 1965.

Ages 8 and up
Taylor, Barbara. Arctic & Antarctic: Eyewitness Books. Photographed by Geoff Brightling. Toronto: Stoddart, 1996.

Ages 9 to 12
Houston, James A. Akavak: An Eskimo Journey. Don Mills, Ont.: Longmans Canada, 1968.

Ages 10 to 15
Markoosie. Harpoon of the Hunter. Illustrated by Germaine Arnaktauyok. Montréal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1970.

Ages 12 and up
Houston, James. Whiteout. Toronto: Greey de Pencier Books, 1988.

Non-fiction

Ages 5 to 7
McDermott, Barb and Gail McKeown. All About -- Canadian symbols: Symbols of the Arctic. Toronto: Nelson Thomson Learning, 2001.

Ages 7 to 10
Kalman, Bobbie. The Arctic Land. Toronto: Crabtree Pub. Co., 1988.

Ages 7 to 11
Love, Ann. The Kids Book of the Far North. Illustrated by Jocelyne Bouchard. Toronto: Kids Can Press, 2000.

Ages 8 to 11
Shemie, Bonnie. Houses of Snow, Skin and Bones: Native Dwellings, the Far North. Toronto: Tundra Books, 2000, 1989.

Ages 8 to 12
Haslam, Andrew and Alexandra Parsons. Arctic Peoples. Toronto: Stoddart, 1996.

Bierhorst, John. The Dancing Fox: Arctic Folktales, Illustrated by Mary K. Okheena (Canadian Inuit). New York: Morrow, 1997.

Smith Siska, Heather. The Haida and the Inuit: People of the Seasons. Illustrated by Ian Bateson. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre (Educational), 1984.

Ages 8 and up
Wallace, Mary. The Inuksuk Book = Inuksungnu. Toronto: Owl Books, 1999.

Ages 9 to 11
Shaw-MacKinnon, Margaret Alison. Tiktala. Illustrated by Laszalo Gal. Toronto: Stoddart, 1996.

Ages 9 to 12
Low, Thomas G. Igloovik: An Inuit, or Eskimo Boy. Brockville, Ont.: Harvey Island Interprises, 1998.

Corriveau, Danielle. The Inuit of Canada. 1st American ed. Minneapolis, MN: Lerner Publications, 2002.

Pelly, David F. Inuit of the North. Toronto: Grolier, 1988.

Ages 9 and up
Ekoomiak, Normee. Arctic Memories. Rev., 1989 ed. Toronto: NC Press, 1989.

Tookoome, Simon with Sheldon Oberman.The Shaman's Nephew: A Life in the Far North. by Toronto: Stoddart Kids, 1999.

Websites

Aboriginal Peoples: The Inuit. Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage.
www.heritage.nf.ca/aboriginal/inuit.html (accessed February 21, 2005).

Canadian Arctic Profiles: Indigenous People. Canada's Digital Collections.
http://epe.lac-bac.gc.ca/100/205/301/ic/cdc/arctic/inuit/people.htm (accessed February 21, 2005).

Canadian Inuit History: A Thousand-Year Odyssey. Canadian Museum of Civilization.
www.civilization.ca/educat/oracle/modules/dmorrison/page01_e.html (accessed February 21, 2005).

Inuit Art. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada.
www.ainc-inac.gc.ca/art/inuit/index2_e.html (accessed February 21, 2005).

An Inuit Education: Honouring a Past, Creating a Future. CBC Archives.
http://archives.cbc.ca/society/education/topics/529/ (accessed March 22, 2009).

Inuit (Eskimo) Games. Elliott Avedon Museum and Archives of Games, University of Waterloo.
http://gamesmuseum.uwaterloo.ca/VirtualExhibits/Inuit/english/ (accessed February 21, 2005).

Inuit history, Art and Other Traditions of the Inuit. Virtual Museum of Canada.
www.virtualmuseum.ca/English/Teacher/inuit_history.html (accessed February 21, 2005).

Inuit of Labrador. Virtual Museum of Labrador.
www.labradorvirtualmuseum.ca/home.php?page=26 (accessed February 21, 2005).

Our World -- Our Way of Life. Virtual Museum of Canada.
http://daryl.chin.gc.ca/Inuit_Haida/english.html (accessed February 21, 2005).

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Irish

Fiction

Ages 4 to 8
Findon, Joanne. The Dream of Aengus. Illustrations by Ted Nasmith. Toronto: Stoddart Kids, 1997.

Ages 8 to 10
McKay, Sharon E. Penelope: An Irish Penny. Toronto: Penguin Canada, 2003.

Ages 8 and up.
Major, Kevin. Ann and Seamus.Toronto: Groundwood Books, 2003.

Ages 6 to 9.
McSweeney, Susanne. The Yellow Flag. Illustrated by Brenda Clark. Toronto: PMA Books, 1980.

Ages 10 to 12
Friesen, Carl Alfred. The Giant Staircase: Building the Welland Canal. St. Catharines, Ont.: Niagara Publishing, 2000.

Ages 10 to 13.
Kositsky, Lynne. Rebecca's Flame. Montreal: Roussan, 1998.

Ages 10 to 14.
Heneghan, James. Torn Away. Victoria, B.C.: Orca Book Publishers, 2003.

Ages 11 to 14.
Haworth Attard, Barbara. Irish Chain. Toronto: HarperTrophyCanada, 2002.

Non-fiction

Ages 6 to 10.
Nickles, Greg. The Irish. St. Catharines, Ont.: Crabtree Publishing, 2001.

Ages 8 to 12
Banting, Erinn. Ireland: The Land. St. Catharines, Ont.: Crabtree Publishing, 2002.

14 and up.
McGuigan, Peter T. The Irish. Tantallon, N.S.: Four East Publications, 1991.

Websites

The Centre for Canadian-Irish Studies. Concordia University.
http://artsandscience.concordia.ca/irish/ (accessed October 5, 2005).

"Everybody's Irish on St. Patrick's Day." The Canadian Encyclopedia.
www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/index.cfm?PgNm=Archived
Features&Params=A243
(accessed October 5, 2005).

"The Force of Hope: The Legacy of Father McGauran.." A Scattering of Seeds. The Creation of Canada. White Pine Pictures.
www.whitepinepictures.com/seeds/i/2/history.html (accessed September 29, 2005).

Grosse Île and the Irish Memorial National Historic Site of Canada. Parks Canada.
www.pc.gc.ca/lhn-nhs/qc/grosseile/index_e.asp (accessed October 5, 2005).

ARCHIVED - In Quarantine: Life and Death on Grosse Île, 1832-1937. Library and Archives Canada.
http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/grosse-ile/index-e.html

"The Irish in Atlantic Canada." The Clans of Ireland.
www.irishclans.com/articles/irish-in-ac.html (accessed September 29, 2005)

"Irish, Settlement." Alberta Heritage Alphabet.
www.albertasource.ca/alphabet/article.php?article_id=437 (accessed September 29, 2005).

Mannion, John. "The Irish in Newfoundland." Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage.
www.heritage.nf.ca/society/irish_newfoundland.html (accessed September 29, 2005).

"Out of Ireland: New Brunswick Museum." Keys to History. McCord Museum.
www.mccord-museum.qc.ca/en/keys/webtours/VQ_P1_2_EN.html (accessed October 5, 2005).

ARCHIVED - The Shamrock and the Maple Leaf. Library and Archives Canada.
www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/ireland/index-e.html (accessed October 5, 2005).

Views of the Famine. Vassar College. [Collection of Irish newspaper articles.]
http://adminstaff.vassar.edu/sttaylor/FAMINE/ (accessed October 5, 2005).

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Japanese

Fiction

Ages 4-7.
Fujiwara, Alan. Baachan! Geechan! Arigato. Toronto: Momiji Health Care Society, 1989.

Tanaka, Shelley. Michi's New Year. Toronto: PMA Books, 1980.

Umezawa, Rui. Aiko's Flowers. Toronto: Tundra Books, 1999.

Ages 4-8
Uegaki, Chieri. Suki's Kimono. Toronto: Kids Can Press, 2003.

Ages 5-7
Aska, Warabe. Who Hides in the Park. Montréal: Tundra Books, 1986. Text in English, French and Japanese.

Ages 5 and up
Schreyer, Karmel. Naomi: The Strawberry Blonde of Pippu Town. Winnipeg: Great Plains, 1999.

Ages 9-11.
Takashima, Shizuye. A Child in Prison Camp. Montreal: Tundra Books, 1971.

Ages 9-12.
Horne, Constance. The Tenth Pupil. Vancouver: Ronsdale Press, 2001.

Kogawa, Joy. Emily Kato. Toronto: Penguin, 2005.

______. Naomi's Road. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1986.

Walters, Eric. Caged Eagles. Victoria, B.C.: Orca Book Publishers, 2000.

______. War of the Eagles. Victoria, B.C.: Orca Book Publishers, 1998.

Ages10-13.
Goto, Hiromi. The Water of Possibility. Regina: Coteau Books, 2001.

Ages 12-15.
Young, Wendy. Angels in the Snow. Regina: Coteau Books, 1998.

Non-fiction

Ages 7-10.
Ito, Roy. The Japanese Canadians. Toronto: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1978.

Ages 9 to 14
Kalman, Bobbie. Japan: The Culture. St. Catharines, Ont.: Crabtree Publishing, 2001.

______. Japan: The Land. St. Catharines, Ont.: Crabtree Publishing, 2001.

______. Japan: The People. St. Catharines, Ont.: Crabtree Publishing, 2001.

Ages 10 and up.
Nickles, Greg. The Japanese. St. Catharines Ont.: Crabtree Publishing, 2001.

Sando, Tom. Wild Daisies in the Sand. Edmonton: NeWest Press, 2002.

Ages 14 and up
Kiyooka, Roy. Mothertalk: Life Stories of Mary Kiyoshi Kiyooka. Edmonton: NeWest Press, 1997.

Makabe, Tomoko. Picture Brides: Japanese Women in Canada. Toronto: Multicultural History Society of Toronto, 1995.

Nakayama, Gordon G. Issei: Stories of Japanese Canadian Pioneers. Toronto: NC Press, 1984.

Websites

"Asian Immigration." Canada in the Making. Early Canadiana Online.
www.canadiana.org/citm/specifique/asian_e.html (accessed October 25, 2005).

5 Generations. Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre.
www.jccc.on.ca/heritage/five_gen/index.html (accessed October 25, 2005).

"Japanese." Diversity Watch. Ryerson University School of Journalism. www.diversitywatch.ryerson.ca/backgrounds/japanese.htm (accessed October 25, 2005).

Japanese Canadian National Museum.
www.jcnm.ca/home.htm (accessed October 25, 2005).

Japanese Canadians Then and Now. National Association of Japanese Canadians.
www.najc.ca/thenandnow/enindex.php (accessed October 25, 2005).

"Japanese Settlement." Calgary and Southern Alberta. The Applied History Research Group, University of Calgary.
www.ucalgary.ca/applied_history/tutor/calgary/japan.html (accessed October 25, 2005).

"The Japanese Settlers." Alberta. Land of Opportunity. Heritage Community Foundation.
www.abheritage.ca/pasttopresent/opportunity/japanese_settlers.html (accessed October 25, 2005).

"Watari Dori: A Bird of Passage." A Scattering of Seeds. The Creation of Canada. White Pine Pictures.
www.whitepinepictures.com/seeds/i/8/index.html (accessed October 25, 2005).

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Métis

Fiction

Ages 8 to 11
Taylor, Cora. Angelique: Buffalo Hunt. Toronto: Penguin, 2002.

Ages 12 to 16
Meredith, Don H. Dog Runner. Saskatoon: Western Producer Prairie Books, 1989.

Non-fiction

Ages 4 to 6
Condon, Penny. My Family. Saskatoon: Gabriel Dumont Institute, 2001.

Ages 5 to 7
Delaronde, Deborah L. A Name for a Métis. Illustrated by Keiron Flamand. Winnipeg: Pemmican, 1999.

Ages 8 to 11
Racette, Sherry Farrell. The Flower Beadwork People. Regina: Gabriel Dumont Institute, 1991.

Ages 10 and up
Woodcock, George. Gabriel Dumont. Markham, Ont.: Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 2003.

Neering, Rosemary. Louis Riel. Don Mills, Ont.: Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 1977.

Ages 10 to 14
Freeman, Bill. Prairie Fire!. Toronto: J. Lorimer, 1998.

Ages 11 and up
Racette, Calvin. Flags of the Métis. Cover and illustrations by Sherry Farrell Racette, flags and banners by Charles Belhumeur. Regina: Gabriel Dumont Institute of Native Studies and Applied Research, 1987.

Adult
Barkwell, Lawrence J., Leah Dorion and Darren R. Prefontaine. Metis Legacy: A Metis Historiography and Annotated Bibliography. Winnipeg, MB: Pemmican Publications, 2001.

Websites

Aboriginal Peoples: The Métis. Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage.
www.heritage.nf.ca/aboriginal/metis.html (accessed February 21, 2005).

The Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture. Gabriel Dumont Institute of Native Studies and Applied Research.
www.metismuseum.com (accessed February 21, 2005).

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Mi'kmaq

Fiction

Ages 5 to 7
Bruchac, Joseph. Many Nations: An Alphabet of Native America. Illustrated by Robert F. Goetzl. Mahwah, NJ: BridgeWater Paperback, 1997.

Non-fiction

Ages 8 to 11
Glubok, Shirley. The Art of the Woodland Indians. New York: Macmillan Publishing, 1976.

Ages 8 to 14
Taylor, C.J. How We Saw the World: Nine Native Stories of the Way Things Began. Montreal: Tundra Books, 1993.

Ages 8 and up
Taylor, C.J. The Monster from the Swamp: Native Legends about Demons, Monsters and Other Creatures. Montreal: Tundra Books, 1995.

Dawe, Tom. Winter of the Black Weasel: A Tale Based on a Newfoundland Micmac Legend. Illustrated by Anne MacLeod. St. John's, Nfld.: Breakwater Books, 1988.

Ages 12 and up
Bruchac, James and Joseph Bruchac. Native American Games and Stories. Illustrated by Kayeri Akwek. Golden, Colo.: Fulcrum Pub., 2000.

Websites

Aboriginal Peoples: The Mi'kmaq (Micmac). Newfoundland Heritage.
www.heritage.nf.ca/aboriginal/micmac.html (accessed February 21, 2005).

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Nisga'a

Colouring Book Series

Ages 4-7.
Stanley, Robert E. Northwest Native Arts: Creative Colours. Surrey, B.C.: Hancock House Publishers, 2003.

Non-fiction

Ages 6 to 9.
Jensen, Vickie. Carving A Totem Pole. Toronto: Douglas and McIntyre, 1994.

Ages 7-12.
Boston, Thomas. From Time Before Memory: The People of K'amligihahlhaah. New Aiyansh, B.C.: Nisga'a Language and Culture Dept., School District No. 92, 1996.

Ages 10 and up.
Calder, Frank. Nisga'a: People of the Nass River. Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 1993.

Jensen, Vickie. Totem Pole Carving: Bringing a Log to Life. Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 1999.

Websites

"The Nisga'a People Welcome You!" First Peoples on SchoolNet. Industry Canada.
www.schoolnet.ca/aboriginal/nisga1/index-e.html. (accessed November 10, 2005).

Powell, J.V. and Vickie D. Jensen. "Nishga (Nisga'a)." The Canadian Encyclopedia.
http://thecanadianencyclopedia.com/index.cfm?PgNm=TCE&
Params=A1ARTA0005762
. (accessed November 10, 2005).

Nisga'a Legends of the Nass. Canada's Digital Collections.
http://epe.lac-bac.gc.ca/100/205/301/ic/cdc/nisgaa/default.htm. (accessed November 10, 2005).

"Nisga'a." Storytelling: The Art of Knowledge. Canadian Museum of Civilization.
www.civilization.ca/aborig/storytel/nisg1eng.html. (accessed November 10, 2005).

400 Years: A Nisga'a Timeline. City of Kermode, B.C.
www.kermode.net/nisgaa/timeline/time.fr.html. (accessed November 10, 2005).

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Plains Cree

Fiction

Ages 4-7.
Loewen, Iris. My Kokum Called Today. Winnipeg: Pemmican Publications, 1993.

Wesaquate, Lorna. My Cree Grandmother. Saskatoon: Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre, 2000.

Winterstanding, Leah. Nohkom. Saskatoon: Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre, 2000.

Ages 4-8.
Ahenakew, Freda. Wisahkecahk Flies To the Moon. Winnipeg: Pemmican Publications, 1999.

Ballantyne, Adam. The Story of Chakapas: A Cree Indian Legend. Collected and transcribed by P.G. Downes. Illustrated by Annie Downes. Manotick, Ont.: Penumbra Press, 2004.

Ballantyne, Bill. Wesakejack and the Bears. Winnipeg: Bain and Cox Publishers, 1994.

Bouchard, Dave. The Song Within My Heart. Vancouver: Raincoast Books, 2002.

______. Qu'appelle. Paintings by Michael Lonechild. Vancouver: Raincoast Books, 2002.

Cuthand, Beth. The Little Duck/Sikihpsis. Penticton, B.C.: Theytus Books, 1999.

Wood, Douglas. Rabbit and the Moon. New York: Simon and Schuster Books for Young Readers, 1998.

Ages 5-8.
Norman, Howard. Who-Paddled-Backward-With-Trout. Toronto: Little, Brown & Company, 1987.

Oliviero, Jamie. The Fish Skin. Winnipeg: Hyperion Press, 1993.

Wiebe, Rudy. Hidden Buffalo. Calgary: Red Deer Press, 2003.

Ages 5 to 9
Highway, Tomson. Fox on the Ice. Illustrations by Brian Deines. Toronto: HarperCollins, 2003.

Ages 7-10.
Brass, Eleanor. Medicine Boy and Other Cree Tales. Calgary: Glenbow-Alberta Institute, 1979.

Cuthand, Stan, ed. Nehiyaw Atayokewina: Cree Legends, Stories of Wisakecahk. Saskatoon: Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre, 1988.

Ages 7 to 11
Wiebe, Rudy. Hidden Buffalo. Paintings by Michael Lonechild. Red Deer Press, 2003.

Ages 8 to 11
Wheeler, Jordan and Denis Jackson. Christmas at Wapos Bay. Regina: Coteau Books for Kids, 2006.

Davis, Sr., Madeline. Grandfather Bear: A Story Told in Cree. Translated by Della Owens and Harriet Landry. Illustrated by Donna Cameron. Moberly Lake, B.C.: Twin Sisters Publishing Company, l994.

Ages 9 and up
Mowat, Farley. The Curse of the Viking Grave. Illustrated by Charles Geer. Markham, Ont.: Scholastic Canada, 2004.

Ages 9-11
Porter, Pamela. Sky. Illustrated by Mary Jane Gerber. Toronto, Ont.: Groundwood Books, 2004.

Non-Fiction:

Ages 7-10
Stanbridge, Joanne. Poundmaker: Peace Chief. Don Mills, Ont.: Pearson Education Canada, 2005.

Felkins Ryan, Marla and Linda Schmittroth. Cree. San Diego: Blackbirch Press, 2003.

Loyie, Larry. As Long as the River Flows. Toronto: Douglas and McIntyre, 2002.

Ages 8-12
Robinson, Deborah B. The Cree of North America. Minneapolis: Lerner Publications Co., 2002.

Ages 14 and up
Bloomfield, Leonard. Sacred Stories of the Sweet Grass Cree. Saskatoon: Fifth House Publishers, 1993.

Ages 15 and up
Miller, James R. Big Bea (Mistahimusquay). Toronto: ECW Press, 1996.

Websites

"Cree." Ethnography. Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre.
www.sicc.sk.ca/heritage/ethnography/cree/index.html (accessed November 3, 2005).

Historical Background of the Plains Cree. Canada's Digital Collections.
http://epe.lac-bac.gc.ca/100/205/301/ic/cdc/tipicamp/default.htm (accessed November 3, 2005).

Mendelbaum, David. The Plains Cree. An Ethnographic, Historical, and Comparative Study. Canadian Plains Research Centre, University of Regina.
www.schoolnet.ca/aboriginal/Plains_Cree/contents-e.html (accessed November 3, 2005).

Native Peoples of Canada 1500s: The Plains Natives, 1500s. Canada's Digital Collections.
http://epe.lac-bac.gc.ca/100/205/301/ic/cdc/nativepeoples/plai.html (accessed November 3, 2005).

Nehiyaw Ma Tow We Na: Games of the Plains Cree. Canada's Digital Collections.
http://epe.lac-bac.gc.ca/100/200/301/ic/can_digital_collections/games/index.html (accessed November 1, 2005).

Our Languages: Plains Cree. Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre.
www.sicc.sk.ca/heritage/sils/ourlanguages/plains/plains.html (accessed November 1, 2005).

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Scots

Fiction

Ages 5 to 8
Trottier, Maxine. Heartsong/Ceòl Cridhe. Translated by Rosemary McCormack, illustrated by Patsy MacAulay-MacKinnon. Sydney, N.S.: University College of Cape Breton Press, 1997.

Ages 10 to 13
Bellingham, Brenda. Storm Child. Toronto: James Lorimer, 1985.

Ages 12 to 16
McNaughton, Janet. To Dance at the Palais Royale. St. John's, Nfld.: Tuckamore Books, 1996.

Websites

Electric Scotland. The Scottish Studies Foundation.
http://electricscotland.com/ (accessed February 21, 2005).

History of the Scots in New Scotland (Nova Scotia).
www.chebucto.ns.ca/Heritage/FSCNS/Scots_NS/About_Clans/HtySctNS.html (accessed February 21, 2005).

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Ukrainian

Fiction

Ages 4-6
Everatt, Anne. I Can't Find the Words to Tell You. Summerland, B.C.: Ethnic Enterprises, 1995.

Ages 4-8
Stelmakh, Yaroslav. Once in a Strange, Faraway Forest. Illustrations by Anatoliy Vasylenko. Saskatoon: Language Lanterns Publications, 2001.

Ages 5-8
Skrypuch, Marsha Forchuk. Silver Threads. Markham, Ont.: Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 2004.

Ages 8-12
Horne, Constance. Nykola and Granny. Toronto: Gage Educational Pub. Co., 1989.

Ages 10-13
Langston, Laura. Lesia's Dream. Toronto: Harper Trophy Canada, 2003.

Matas, Carol. Rebecca. Markham, Ont.: Scholastic Canada, 2000.

Smucker, Barbara. Days of Terror. Toronto: Clarke, Irwin & Co., 1979.

Warwaruk, Larry. Andrei and the Snow Walker. Regina: Coteau Books, 2002.

Ages 11-15
Skrypuch, Marsha Forchuk. Hope's War. Toronto: Boardwalk Books, 2001.

Non-Fiction

Ages 5-8
Hudak, Heather C. Ukrainians in Canada. Calgary: Weigl Educational Publishers, 2005.

Ages 7-10
Schemenauer, Elma. Special Canadian Communities. Edmonton: Weigl Educational Publishers, 1988.

Ages 9-12
Berton, Pierre. The Men in Sheepskin Coats. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1992.

Websites

Gregorovich, Greg. "Ukraine." Canada Heirloom Series (Volume VII: Canada at the Millenium: A Transcultural Society). Canada's Digital Collections.
http://epe.lac-bac.gc.ca/100/205/301/ic/cdc/heirloom_series/volume7/volume7.htm.(accessed November 15, 2005).

Harvest of Dreams. Canada's Digital Collections: Ukrainian Cultural and Educational Centre.
http://epe.lac-bac.gc.ca/100/205/301/ic/cdc/centennial/default.htm. (accessed November 15, 2005).

Immigrants to Canada -- The Ukrainians (from c1892-1914). University of Waterloo.
www.ist.uwaterloo.ca/~marj/genealogy/ukrainian.html. (accessed November 15, 2005).

"Living Traditions -- Ukrainian Church." Canadian Museum of Civilization.
www.civilization.ca/hist/phase2/mod6e.html. (accessed November 15, 2005).

Many Voices -- Language and Culture in Manitoba. Canadian Museum of Civiliation.
www.civilization.ca/hist/phase2/mod3e.html. (accessed November 15, 2005).

Sawchuk, John. "The Ukrainian Settlers." The Historical Museum of Bonnyville.
http://epe.lac-bac.gc.ca/100/205/301/ic/cdc/bonnyville/english/histoire/immigration.html. (accessed November 15, 2005).

Ukrainian Canadians: A Brief History. Canada's Digital Collections.
http://epe.lac-bac.gc.ca/100/205/301/ic/cdc/ottawa_ukrainian/main_e.htm. (accessed November 15, 2005).

Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village. Government of Alberta.
www.cd.gov.ab.ca/enjoying_alberta/museums_historic_sites/
site_listings/ukrainian_heritage_village/index.asp
. (accessed November 15, 2005.)

"Ukrainian History." InfoUkes: An Information Source about Ukrainians and Ukraine.
www.infoukes.com/history/. (accessed November 15, 2005).

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Wendat (Huron)

Fiction

Ages 10 to 13
Berton, Pierre. The Death of Tecumseh. Illustrated by Paul McCusker. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1994.

Ages 10 and up
Dupuis, David. Kitche-uwa'ne': A Legend. Illustrated by Del Taylor. Penetanguishene, Ont.: Penetanguishene Centennial Museum, 2000.

Non-fiction

Ages 8 to 11
Glubok, Shirley. The Art of the Woodland Indians. New York: Macmillan Publishing, 1976.

Ages 12 and up
Bonvillain, Nancy. The Huron. New York: Chelsea House, 1989.

Websites

Hurons-Wendat. Indiana Marketing.
www.indianamarketing.com/anglais/nations/hurons.htm (accessed February 21, 2005).

Sainte-Marie among the Hurons. Huronia Historical Parks.
http://saintemarieamongthehurons.on.ca/english/index.htm (accessed February 22, 2005).

"The Wendat (Huron) at Contact". The Native Peoples of Simcoe County. Innisfil Public Library.
www.innisfil.library.on.ca/natives/natives/chp2.htm (accessed February 22, 2005).

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General

Aboriginal People

Non-Fiction

Ages 8 to 11
Kalman, Bobbie. Native Homes. New York; St. Catharines, Ont.: Crabtree Pub., 2001.

Ages 8 to 12
Murdoch, David. North American Indian. Photography by Lynton Gardiner. Toronto: Stoddart, 1995.

Wallace, Mary. Make Your Own Inuksuk. Toronto: Owl Books, 2001.

Ages 11 to 13
Baldwin, Douglas. The Dawn of Canada. Calgary: Weigl Educational Publishers, 2003.

Settlers

Non-fiction

Ages 8 to 11
Manson, Ainslie. House Calls: The True Story of a Pioneer Doctor. Illustrated by Mary Jane Gerber. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, 2001.

Ages 8 to 11
Baldwin, Douglas. A Nation's First Steps. Calgary: Weigl Educational Publishers, 2003.

Ages 9 to 12
Kalman, Bobbie. The Blacksmith. Illustrated by Barbara Bedell. New York; St. Catharines, Ont : Crabtree Pub., 2002.

Kalman, Bobbie and Deanna Brady. The Woodworkers. Illustrated by Bonnie Rouse. New York; St. Catharines, Ont.: Crabtree Pub., 2002.

Kalman, Bobbie and Ellen Brown. The Colonial Cook. Illustrated by Barbara Bedell. New York; St. Catharines, Ont.: Crabtree Pub., 2002.

Sherwood, Betty and Janet Snider. Samuel de Champlain. Toronto: Canchron Books, 2001.

Snider, Janet and Betty Sherwood. The Vikings, Cabot and Cartier. Toronto: Canchron Books, 2002.

Ages 10 to 13
Walker, Nicki and Bobbie Kalman. The Milliner. Illustrated by Barbara Bedell. New York; St. Catharines, Ont.: Crabtree Pub., 2002.

Ages 11 and up
Baldwin, Douglas. Rebellion and Union in the Canadas. Calgary: Weigl, 2003.

Ages 13 to 15
Baldwin, Douglas. Revolution, War, and the Loyalists. Calgary: Weigl, 2003.

Ages 13 and up
Sherwood, Betty and Janet Snider. Explorers of the Pacific Northwest. Toronto: Canchron Books, 2003.

A separate list of Books and Links in French is also available.


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