[British Columbia?] : Conference of Friends of the Indians of British Columbia, [1911?]; 7 pages, 6 with full-text search [?]
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|Creator||Tucker, L. Norman (Lewis Norman), 1852-1934|
|Title||The British Columbia Indian situation : a statement made by Rev. Canon Tucker, D.C.L., formerly Rector of Christ Church, Vancouver, subsequently General Secretary of the Anglican Missionary Society, and now Rector of St. Paul's Cathedral, London, Ontario, at Ottawa on 30 November, 1911|
|Published||[British Columbia?] : Conference of Friends of the Indians of British Columbia, [1911?]|
Indians of North America--Canada--Government relations
Indians of North America--British Columbia
Indians of North America--Canada--Claims
Indiens--Amérique du Nord--Canada--Relations
Indiens--Amérique du Nord--Colombie-Britannique
Indiens--Amérique du Nord--Canada--Réclamations
|Document source||University of British Columbia, Special Collections Division, Vancouver|
6 p. ; 17 cm.
Reference: Edwards & Lort, 3545.