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Bryce, George (1844-1931) [info]. Holiday rambles between Winnipeg and Victoria. Winnipeg: The Author, 1888.
Physical description: [1], 87 p.; 22 cm.
Language: English
From contents page: Part I: "Prairie and mountain: I. A prose idyl [sic] of the harvest time in Manitoba; II. A dash through the prairies on the Canadian Pacific Railway; III. The Rockies–'The Mountains of shining stones'; IV. Attractions of Rocky Mountains park; V. Climbing the glacier and seeing the beauties of the Selkirks; VI. From the Columbia and down the Fraser to the sea." Part II: "Lo! The poor Indian: I. Visit to the famous Chief Piapot, and view of our Indian policy; II. The reserves on the Crooked Lakes of the beautiful Qu'Appelle; III. The Assiniboines on the Hurricane Hills; IV. The civilized Ojibways of Okanase; V. Our refugee Sioux taking kindly to the soil; VI. Thrilling interview with the File Hills Indians." Note the headings on each section do not match the headings on the contents page. Bryce was particularly interested in the effects of church-run education on Natives.
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