James Roger Miller, F.R.S.C. is the Canada Research Chair and Professor of History at the University of Saskatchewan. His published works in the area of Indian Residential Schools includes Shingwauk’s Vision (1996), Sweet Promises: A Reader of Indian-White Relations in Canada (1991), Skyscrapers hide the heavens : A history of Indian-White relations in Canada (1989 , revised 1991)
File consists of Archivists, historians, and residential schools: The opening keynote address to the Association of Canadian Archivists, Palliser Hotel, Calgary, Alberta. May 15, 2009
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