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Brotherhood to Nationhood
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Preface by Peter McFarlane
Preface by Doreen Manuel
Foreword by Pam Palmater

I. The Neck of the Chicken
1. Paradise, Paradise Lost – 1960
2. The Hard-luck Shuswap Kid -1920-1932
3. White Plague, Red Victims - 1932-1954
4. Local Agitator to Provincial Leader - 1955-1960
5. A Future for Your Children - 1960-1963

II. Building the National Movement
6. Community Development and the Arthur Laing Gang - 1965-1967
7. Down the Garden Path: Chretien/Andras Consultations - 1968-1969
8. From White Paper to Red Paper - 1969-1970
9. The National Chief - 1970-1971
10. The National Indian Philosophy - 1971-1972

III. Shogun
11. International Travels - 1971-1972
12. Land Title and the James Bay Battle - 1972-1973
13. Red Power - 1973-1975
14. Political Eruptions in B.C. - 1975
15. A Voice for the Fourth World - 1975-1976
16. Back to B.C. - 1976-1977
17. The Peoples' Movement - 1977-1979
18. Constitutional Express - 1980

IV. Final Days
19. European Express - 1981-1982
20. Passing the Torch - 1982-1989

Epilogue
Afterword by Kanahus Manuel
Notes
Index

About the Author

Peter McFarlane is an author, journalist, and editor. His books include Northern Shadows: Canadians in Central America and Ancient Land, Ancient Sky: Following Canada’s Native Canoe Routes. He currently lives north of Montreal and is engaged in a number of writing and editing projects.

Doreen Manuel (Secwepemc/Ktunaxa) comes from a long line of Indigenous oral historians and factual storytellers. She is an award-winning filmmaker and educator, the principal owner of Running Wolf Productions, and the director of the Bosa Centre for Film and Animation at Capilano University.

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