To learn more about doing historical research in the University of Toronto Library system, please see the HISTORY RESEARCH guide. Below see a few useful databases for Canadian historical research.
Use the library catalogue to find books. These may include printed editions of treaty texts, government publications, research monographs about a specific treaty, books about the treaty process, or other relevant material.
Use keywords. Examples:
"british columbia" and treaties
Examples of subject headings. You can use them to search by subject in the catalogue, or you can mine them for keywords. Note the archaic language.
Mississauga Indians - Land tenure
Missisauga Indians - Legal status, laws, etc.-Canada
Missisauga Indians - Treaties
Indians of North America - Ontario - Treaties
Native peoples - Ontario - Treaties - History
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