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  • "Rock Pictographs Worth Taking the Trouble to See"
    "Rock Pictographs Worth Taking the Trouble to See"
    newspaper  Beaver, George, "Rock Pictographs Worth Taking the Trouble to See", "Rock Pictographs Worth Taking the Trouble to See", Brantford Expositor     "I recently went to Thunder Bay on the north shore of Lake Superior. On the return trip I followed Highway 17 back to Sault Ste. Marie."
    newspaper  Beaver, George, "Rock Pictographs Worth Taking the Trouble to See", "Rock Pictographs Worth Taking the Trouble to See", Brantford Expositor   "I recently went to Thunder Bay on the north shore of Lake Superior. On the return trip I followed Highway 17 back to Sault Ste. Marie."
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  • "Natives Threatened With Court Action Unless Blockade Ends"
    "Natives Threatened With Court Action Unless Blockade Ends"
    newspaperpublication       "The province's natural resource minister has threatened a group of north-western Ontario natives with legal action unless a blockade stalling power dam construction is dismantled."
    newspaperpublication     "The province's natural resource minister has threatened a group of north-western Ontario natives with legal action unless a blockade stalling power dam construction is dismantled."
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  • "Government should apologize for damage done by residential schools"
    "Government should apologize for damage done by residential schools"
    textnewspaper  "Government should apologize for damage done by residential schools", Turtle Island News, 3 Dec 1997     "The federal government is afraid of admitting guilt if it apologizes to natives for the damage done by residential schools, says the national chief of the Assembly of First Nations."
    textnewspaper  "Government should apologize for damage done by residential schools", Turtle Island News, 3 Dec 1997   "The federal government is afraid of admitting guilt if it apologizes to natives for the damage done by residential schools, says the national chief of the Assembly of First Nations."
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