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Table of Contents for
Literary Land Claims: The “Indian Land Question” from Pontiac’s War to Attawapiskat by Margery Fee

Acknowledgements

List of Illustrations

Introduction

1 Imagining "The Indian Land Question" from Here

2 "Why have they taken our hunting grounds?": John Richardson’s Lament for a Nation

3 "That ’ere Ingian’s one of us!": Richardson Rewrites the Burkean Savage

4 "We have to walk on the ground": Constitutive Rhetoric in Riel’s Addresses to the Court

5 "We Indians own these lands": Performance, Authenticity, Disidentification, and E. Pauline Johnson / Tekahionwake

6 "They taught me much": Imposture, Animism, Ecosystem and Archibald Belaney / Grey Owl

7 "They never even sent us a letter": Literacy and Land in Harry Robinson’s Origin Story

Conclusion: Attawapiskat v. #Ottawapiskat

Notes

Works Cited

Index