New Free Multimedia E-Book: “Nations to Nations: Indigenous Voices: Indigenous Voices at Library and Archives Canada”
From Library and Archives Canada (LAC):
Nations to Nations: Indigenous Voices at Library and Archives Canada is a free multimedia e-book featuring 28 essays and over 140 images. Indigenous staff at Library and Archives Canada (LAC) wrote the essays to offer personal interpretations of collection items such as journals, maps, artwork, photographs, publications and audiovisual recordings. This e-book provides unique perspectives of First Nations, Inuit and the Métis Nation, and it shows the diversity of the histories, languages and cultures of Indigenous peoples.
The authors are Indigenous archivists, curators and advisors at LAC who have a personal connection to the collection items they chose for their essays. The essays feature different voices, multiple perspectives and personal interpretations of records. Each of the texts is unique, presenting a variety of archival and published material.
The e-book is available via Apple Books and/or direct download from LAC in the EPUB format.
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