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A Model of Civilization: Imperial Projects, Indigenous Peoples, and ‘Domiciliation’ in Upper Canada, 1784–1844

These projects proposed schoolhouses, missionaries, and new agricultural practices in order to foster ‘civilization’, but their goal was to integrate autonomous Indigenous communities into the British Empire rather than dissolve them. | by Nathan Ince


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