This is a research guide to public records in Yukon Archives documenting the history of colonization in Yukon. The guide highlights records created by Yukon government that could be useful for research pertaining to colonialism and its impact on Indigenous peoples in Yukon. It is arranged by thematic categories: Early Colonization, Education, Justice, Health and Social Programs, and Intergovernmental Relationships. Public records in the Yukon Archives provide evidence of the historical relationship between settlers and Indigenous peoples, which can help us to understand the past, the present and to conceptualize a better future.
Colonialism, Archives and Yukon First Nations research guide
Name: Colonialism, Archives and Yukon First Nations research guide
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