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Ernst, Stacy A. “Indigenous Sovereignty and Settler Amnesia : Robert Houle’s Premises for Self Rule.” RACAR (Revue d’Art Canadienne/Canadian Art Review), vol. 42, no. 2, Sept. 2017, pp. 108-120
Griffith, Jane. “One Little, Two Little, Three Canadians: The Indians of Canada Pavilion and Public Pedagogy, Expo 1967.” Journal of Canadian Studies, vol. 49, no. 2, Spring 2015, pp. 171-204
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A visit to the "Indians of Canada" pavilion at Expo 67, Montréal. Inside there are Indigenous artifacts, but even more arresting are the printed placards that tell the story of the Indigenous peoples in North America, written without rancor but recalling what their contact with European settlers has cost in freedom of movement, in loss of land, and in loss of health of body and spirit.