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Howard Adams


Dr. Howard Adams received a B.A., B.Ed. from the University of Saskatchewan, and a Ph.D. from the University of British Columbia. He is a Professor Emeritus from the University of California, Davis, and serves as adjunct faculty for the University of Alberta, Edmonton Graduate Program in First Nations


Online resources by or about Howard Adams:

Windspeak People of Honour: Howard Adams
Author: Joan Black
Type: authorbio
Description: A profile of Howard Adams, titled “Metis activist just wanted a fairer deal for his people”, from the Aboriginal Multi-Media Society’s web site.


Books by Howard Adams:

Adams, Howard. The education of Canadians, 1800-1867; the roots of separatism.
Montreal : Harvest House, 1968.

Adams, Howard. Prison of Grass : Canada from the native point of view
Toronto : New Press, 1975.
ISBN: 0887702112

Adams, Howard. A tortured people : the politics of colonization
Penticton, BC : Theytus Books, 1995.
ISBN: 0919441777

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