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The Dispossession of the Mississauga Indians: a Missing Chapter in the Early History of Upper Canada


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Donald B. Smith, Author
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Documents
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Two centuries ago the Mississauga Indians alone controlled what is now the richest industrial area of Canada, the "Golden Horeseshoe", but today they no longer occupy any land along the shoreline of Lake Ontario.
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Please see staff for access to the full PDF version of this document and quote file SNPL005719v00d.
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SNPL005719v00d
Language of Item:
English
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by-nc-nd [more details]
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The Dispossession of the Mississauga Indians: a Missing Chapter in the Early History of Upper Canada
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The Dispossession of the Mississauga Indians: a Missing Chapter in the Early History of Upper Canada


Two centuries ago the Mississauga Indians alone controlled what is now the richest industrial area of Canada, the "Golden Horeseshoe", but today they no longer occupy any land along the shoreline of Lake Ontario.