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Many stories have been written about how Inuit families were relocated to the High Arctic. The one most written about is economic opportunity. The other is sovereignty.  The writers are always careful to use the word “claims” when they’re talking about sovereignty, as if to make our claims untrue. The story is long, complicated, and documented by various groups, besides the official records. It has been told from so many angles and moods, from social and political perspectives. I will tell you the story of my family’s relocation from personal experience.

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Eliza Hamilton

Eliza Hamilton

The Extraordinary Life and Times of the Wife of Alexander Hamilton
edition:Paperback
also available: Hardcover Audiobook eBook
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A Forgotten Hero

A Forgotten Hero

Folke Bernadotte, the Swedish Humanitarian Who Rescued 30,000 People from the Nazis
edition:Hardcover
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Raincoast Chronicles 24

Cougar Companions: Bute Inlet Country and the Legendary Schnarrs
edition:Paperback
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Cornelius O'Keefe

Cornelius O'Keefe

The Life, Loves, and Legacy of an Okanagan Rancher
by Sherri Field
foreword by Ken Mather
edition:Paperback
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James Macleod

James Macleod

The Red Coats' First True Leader
edition:Paperback
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