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Canadian Military History: An Overview
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Books

Dempsey, L. James. -- Warriors of the king : Prairie Indians in World War I. -- Regina : Canadian Plains Research Center, 1999. -- 123 p.

Gaffen, Fred. -- Forgotten soldiers. -- Penticton, B.C. : Theytus Books Ltd., c1985. -- 152 p.

Goldfrank, Esther Schiff. -- Changing configurations in the social organization of a Blackfoot tribe during the reserve period. -- New York : J.J. Augustin, [1945]. -- 73 p.

Mountain Horse, Mike. -- My people the Bloods. -- Calgary : Glenbow-Alberta Institute, 1979. -- 146 p.

Thompson, John Herd. -- The harvests of war : the Prairie West, 1914-18. -- Toronto : McClelland and Stewart Ltd., 1978. -- 207 p.

Titley, E. Brian. -- A narrow vision : Duncan Campbell Scott and the administration of Indian Affairs in Canada. -- Vancouver : University of British Columbia Press, 1986. -- 245 p.

Government Publications

Annual report of the Department of Indian Affairs, 1913-1919

Canadian Soldier Settlement Act, 1919

Canadian Soldiers Active Military Services Act, 1916

Official report of the debates of the House of Commons of the Dominion of Canada, 6th session, 12th Parliament, May 4, 1916

Articles

Cooper, Al. -- "The brave they fought with cannons". -- Maclean's. -- July 1, 1951. -- P. 15-36

Dempsey, L. James. -- "The Indians and World War One". -- Alberta history. -- Vol.  31, no.  3 (Summer 1983). -- P. 1-8

_____. -- "Persistence of a warrior ethic among the Plains Indians". -- Alberta history. -- Vol. 36, no. 1 (Winter 1988). -- P. 1-10

_____. -- "Problems of Western Canadian Indian war veterans after World War One"  -- Native studies review. -- Vol.  5, no. 2 (1989). -- P. 1-18

_____. -- "A warrior's robe". -- Alberta history. -- Vol. 51, no. 4 (Autumn 2003). -- P.18-22

De Witt, Rowell Verne. -- "Canadian Indians at the front". -- New York Times current history. -- Vol.  4, part 2 (August 1917). -- P. 290-292

Edmonds, W. Everard. -- "Canada's Red Army". -- Canadian magazine of politics, science, art and literature. -- Vol.  54, no. 4 (February 1921). -- P. 340-342

Graham, Roger W. -- "Through the First War". -- The Canadians. -- Edited by J.M.S. Careless and R.C. Brown. -- Toronto : Macmillian, 1967. -- P. 172-204

Grant, S.D. -- "Indian Affairs under Duncan Campbell Scott : the Plains Cree of Saskatchewan, 1913-1931". -- Journal of Canadian studies. -- Vol.  18, no. 3 (Fall 1983). -- P. 21-39

Newell, William. B. -- "Indian contributions to modern civilization". -- 36th annual archaeological report, 1928, being part of appendix to the report of the Minister of Education, Ontario. -- Toronto : King's Printer, 1928. -- P. 18-27

Scott, Duncan Campbell. -- "The Canadian Indians and the Great World War". -- Canada in the Great War - Vol III : guarding the channel ports. --Various authors. -- Toronto : United Publishing of Canada Ltd., 1919. -- P. 285-328

Tate, Michael L. -- "From scout to doughboy : the national debate over integrating American Indians into the military, 1891-1918". -- The western historical quarterly. -- Utah : Utah State University. -- Vol.  XVII, no. 4 (October 1986). -- P. 417-437

Titley, E. Brian. -- "Duncan Campbell Scott and the administration of Indian Affairs". -- Canadian story and history, 1885-1985, papers presented at the tenth annual conference of the British Association for Canadian Studies. -- Edited by Colin Nicholson and Peter Easingwood. -- Edinburgh : University of Edinburgh Press, 1985. -- P.43-69

Wright, Glenn T. -- "Rifles to ploughshares : veterans and land settlement in western Canada, 1917-1930". -- A paper presented to the Canadian Historical Association, June 1982

Theses

Miller, James A. -- "The Alberta press and the conscription issue in the First World War, 1914-1918". -- M.A. thesis, University of Alberta, 1974

Zdunich, Darlene J. -- "Tuberculosis and the Canadian veterans of WWI". -- M.A. thesis, University of Calgary, 1984


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