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Living in the Margins, Even in Stone: Dominant Narratives in the Nation’s Capital and the Cost to Indigenous Nations and Canada . Presented by: Pitseolak Pfeifer CDNS 4000 Capstone Seminar in Advanced Research in Canadian Studies March 2013. Creating Memory and a National Identity.

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Living in the Margins, Even in Stone: Dominant Narratives in the Nation’s Capital and the Cost to Indigenous Nations and Canada

Presented by: Pitseolak Pfeifer

CDNS 4000

Capstone Seminar in Advanced Research in Canadian Studies

March 2013

creating memory and a national identity
Creating Memory and a National Identity

http://www.canadascapital.gc.ca/places-to-visit/public-art-monuments/colonel-by-statue

http://www.canadascapital.gc.ca/places-to-visit/public-art/reconciliation-peacekeeping-monument

http://www.canada-photos.com/picture/statue-of-robert-baldwin-sir-louis-hippolyte-lafontaine-grounds-of-parliament-hill-city-of-ottawa-6337.htm

http://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/collineduparlement-parliamenthill/images/batir-building/terrains-grounds/sjamacdonald.jpg

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Joseph Brant “Tyendeniga” and the Valiants Memorial

http://placepics.triposo.com/Valiants_Memorial.jpeg

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_u2WcNSWdwE8/SslB0Flx0aI/AAAAAAAABrE/_BRCNIBhFB4/s400/P9280082.JPG

http://mw2.google.com/mw-panoramio/photos/medium/25615609.jpg

national memory and war
National Memory and War

http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3380/3560846952_d24353b25b_z.jpg

http://www.canadascapital.gc.ca/places-to-visit/public-art-monuments/national-aboriginal-veterans-monument

champlain statue and the anishnawbe scout
http://urbsite.blogspot.ca/2009/10/anishinabe-scout.html

http://www.heritagetrust.on.ca/CorporateSite/media/oht/OherRatios/Champlain-monument-Ottawa.jpg

Champlain Statue and the Anishnawbe Scout

http://blogs.ottawacitizen.com/2009/10/10/the-controversy-of-the-champlain-monument/

http://blogs.ottawacitizen.com/2009/10/10/the-controversy-of-the-champlain-monument/

http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3655/3463636433_bc8c3814fc_z.jpg

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