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A matter of conscience —Bartleman, James, 1939- author.

"In the summer of 1972, a float plane carrying a team of child welfare officials lands on a river flowing through the Yellow Dog Indian reserve. Their mission is to seize the twin babies of an Indigenous couple as part o...

Seasons of hope : memoirs of Ontario's first Aboriginal Lieutenant-Governor —Bartleman, James, 1939- author.

"Seasons of Hope traces the author's life, from his impoverished Native childhood to him being appointed an ambassador for Canada in numerous countries and lieutenant governor for Ontario (in the latter post, he mobilize...

As long as the rivers flow —Bartleman, James, 1939-
DAISY Sound Recording
2011
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Martha, from the Cat Lake First Nation in Northern Ontario, is "stolen" from her family at age six and flown to a residential school. Ten years later, Martha finds her way home again, and while trying to drown her terrib...

Raisin wine a boyhood in a different Muskoka —Bartleman, James, 1939-
DAISY Sound Recording
2008
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Recalls the boyhood years of Ontario's future lieutenant-governor, living in a dilapidated old house complete with outdoor toilet and coal oil-lamp lighting. As a half-breed kid, he was caught between two worlds. His Nat...

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