Borrows, John. “Canada’s Indigenous Constitution.” Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2010.
Borrows, John “Wampum at Niagara: The Royal Proclamation, Canadian Legal History, and Self-Government,” in Aboriginal and Treaty Rights in Canada, ed. Michael Asch. Vancouver: UBC Press, 1997, 155.
Canada in the Making: Aboriginals: Treaties & Relations: http://www.canadiana.ca/citm/themes/aboriginals1_e.html
Canada. Standing Senate Committee on Aboriginal Peoples. (May 2008). Honouring the Spirit of Modern Treaties: Closing the Loopholes, Special Study on the implementation of comprehensive land claims in Canada, Interim Report. http://www.senate-senat.ca
First Nations in Canada: http://www.aadnc-aandc.gc.ca/eng/1307460755710/1307460872523
First Nations Treaties in Canada: http://suite101.com/article/first-nations-treaties-in-canada-a103415
Kinikinik: A Treaty Play by Ian Ross, Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba: 2010.
Prince Albert Grand Council. eCulture: http://eculture.pagc.sk.ca/eculture.php?pid=Overview&tp=slnk&language=&ver=
The Manitoba Treaty Education Initiative Tool Kit, developed by the Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba (TRCM).
The Saskatchewan Treaty Kit K-12, developed by the Office of the Treaty Commissioner.
Treaties & Cultural Change: http://firstpeoplesofcanada.com/fp_treaties/fp_treaties_two_views.html
Treaties with Aboriginal People in Canada: http://www.aadnc-aandc.gc.ca/eng/1100100032291/1100100032292
- Sun Dance Ceremony of the Blackfeet Indians, Gleichen, NWT. Photographer Richard Henry Trueman [ca. 1893] Canadian National Archives.
- The Hiawatha Wampum Belt, or Dish with One Spoon. Wabano House, Ottawa. [ca. 2017]
- The Hiawatha Wampum. Photographer Mark D. Read [ca. 2018]
- A view of the ruins of the fort at Cataraqui taken in June, 1783. Artist and surveyor, James PeachyKingston Picture Collection/Queen’s University Archives
- Chiefs Signatures on the Treaty with the Chippewa, October 4, 1842.Photographer Mark D. Read, [ca. 2018]Queen’s University Archives
- Preparing the feast to be held after the James Bay Treaty signing ceremony, Osnaburgh House Photographer unknown [July 12, 1905]Duncan Campbell Scott fonds/Archives of Ontario
- Women and children [of Brunswick House First Nation] at the feast during Treaty 9 payment ceremony at [the Hudson’s Bay Company Post called] New Brunswick House, Ontario. Photographer Duncan Campbell Scott [ca. July 25, 1906]Library and Archives Canada
- Map No. 20a. Ontario: Department of Surveys J. L. Morris fonds Archives of Ontario
- British Columbian Siwashes. Lilloett, [Lillooett] B.C. Frederick Dally Fonds [ca. 1866-1870]Royal British Columbia Museum Archives
- James Bay Treaty (Treaty No. 9) [pages 1-7]Archives of Ontario
- Dr. Frank Calder, Hubert Doolan, Senator Guy Williams, Eli Gosnell, unknown, William McKay, and James Gosnell. [ca. 1973]source: http://www.nisgaanation.ca/nisga%E2%80%99-land-question-0
- Kinikinik, A Treaty Play by Ian Ross.Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba [ca. 2010]
- Grand Chief Pat Madahbee. The Manitoulin Expositor, file photo.source: http://www.manitoulin.ca/2016/04/13/grand-chief-pat-madahbee-meets-pm/
- Crown-First Nations Gathering, with the late Elder Bertha Commonda smudging Prime Minister Harper along with National Chief Shawn Atleo and Governor General David Johnston.Photographer Fred Carroll [ca. January 24, 2012]
- No.4, Cree Chief Poundmaker (1842?-1886), after his arrest in June 1885, Regina, Saskatchewan. Library and Archives Canada