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Pierrette Paule Désy (éditeur), Trente ans de captivité chez les Indiens Ojibwa. (1983)
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Une édition électronique réalisée à partir du livre de Pierrette Paule Désy (éditeur), Trente ans de captivité chez les Indiens Ojibwa. Récit de John Tanner recueilli par le docteur Edwin James. Présentation, traduction, bibliographie et analyse ethnohistorique. Paris: Payot, 1983, xxiv + 310 pp. Collection: Bibliothèque Historique. Une édition numérique réalisée conjointement par Jean-Marie Tremblay et Marcelle Bergeron, bénévoles. [Avec l'autorisation formelle de l'auteure accordée le 3 septembre 2007.]

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