Publications

Dissertation:

1986. ‘Shaganash': Early protestant missionaries and the adoption of Christianity by the western James Bay Cree, 1840-1892. Ed.D. dissertation. University of Toronto (Ontario Institute for Studies in Education). Click here to read Shaganash.

Chapter 1 was expanded and published as Long 1988a. Chapter 2 was revised and published in two parts: Long 1985h and Long 1986b. Chapter 3 was revised and published as Long 1985a. Chapter 4 was revised and published as Long 1983. Chapter 5 was revised and published in two parts: Long 1987 and Long 1989b. The Conclusions were revised and published as Long 1991c. 

Published:

1974    1978    1983    1984    1985    1986    1987    1988    1989    1990    1991    1992    1993    1994    1995    1996    1997    1998    1999    2000    2002    2004    2005   in press

1974. Numerous annotations in A Canadian Indian Bibliography 1960-1970, Thomas Abler et al. eds. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

1978a. Education in the James Bay region during the Horden years. Ontario History 70,2: 75-89.

1978b Herbert F. McLeod, Memories of fur trading days in Moose Factory and vicinity. John S. Long, compiler. Privately printed by Moose Factory Métis Association. 36 pp.

1978c. Native teacher certification in Ontario. Teacher Education 13 (October): 92-5.

1978d. Treaty No. 9: The halfbreed question. Cobalt: Highway Book Shop.

1978e. Treaty No. 9: The Indian petitions. Cobalt: Highway Book Shop.

1978f. Treaty No. 9: The negotiations. Cobalt: Highway Book Shop.

1979 ‘Born and brought up in the country’: the Métis of Treaty No. 9. Final report to Ontario Métis and Non-Status Indian Association. 16 March. 38 pp.

1983. Archdeacon Thomas Vincent of Moosonee and the handicap of 'Métis' racial status. The Canadian Journal of Native Studies 3,1: 95-116.

1984. Reviews of Morantz: An ethnohistorical study of eastern James Bay Cree social organization 1700-1850; Francis and Morantz: Partners in furs, a history of the fur trade in eastern James Bay 1600-1870. American Indian Culture and Research Journal 8,1: 59-63.

1985a.  John Horden, first Bishop of Moosonee: diplomat and man of compromise. Journal of the Canadian Church Historical Society 27,2 (October 1985): 86-97. See also 28,2 (October 1986): 74.

1985b. Rev. Edwin Watkins: missionary to the Cree: 1852-1857. In Papers of the Sixteenth Algonquian Conference, William Cowan ed. Ottawa: Carleton University, pp. 91-117.

1985c. Review of Douaud: Ethnolinguistic profile of the Canadian Métis. American Indian Culture and Research Journal 9,4: 116-8.

1985d. Review of Flanagan and Foster: The Métis, past and present (Special Issue, Canadian Ethnic Studies). American Indian Culture and Research Journal :65-70.

1985e. Review of Métis Issue: American Indian Culture and Research Journal. Canadian Journal of Native Studies 5,2: 273-6.

1985f. Review of Petrone: First people, first voices. American Indian Culture and Research Journal 9,2: 121-4.

1985g. The politics of education in Moose Factory, Ontario. In Actes du 17me Congrés des Algonquinistes, William Cowan ed. Ottawa: Carleton University, pp. 183-208.

1985h. The Reverend George Barnley, Wesleyan Methodist, and James Bay's fur trade company families. Ontario History 72 (March): 43-64.

1985j. Treaty No. 9 and fur trade company families: northeastern Ontario's Indians, halfbreeds, petitioners and Métis. In The new peoples: being and becoming Métis in America, Jacqueline Peterson & Jennifer S.H. Brown eds.. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press, pp. 137-162.

1986a. Review of Barman, Hebert and McCaskill: Indian education in Canada, Volume 1, The legacy. American Indian Culture and Research Journal 10,4:

1986b. The Reverend George Barnley and the James Bay Cree. The Canadian Journal of Native Studies 6,2: 313-32.

1987. Manitu, power, books and wiitihkow: some factors in the adoption of Christianity by nineteenth century western James Bay Cree. Native Studies Review 3,1: 1-30.

1988a. Narratives of early encounters between Europeans and the Cree of western James Bay. Ontario History 80,3 (September): 227-245.

1988b. Review of Grant: Native literature in the curriculum. The Canadian Journal of Native Studies 8,2: 320-3.

1989a. 'No basis for argument'?: the signing of Treaty No. 9 in northern Ontario, 1905-1906. Native Studies Review 5,2 (1989): 19-54 & 6.2 (1990): 99-102.

1989b. The Cree prophets: oral and documentary accounts. Journal of the Canadian Church Historical Society 31,1 (April 1989): 3-13.

1990a. John Horden. In Dictionary of Canadian Biography Volume XII, 1891 to 1900, Frances Halpenny ed. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, pp. 445-7.

1990b. Review of Farrow and Wilman: Self-determination in Native education in the circumpolar north. The Canadian Journal of Native Studies 10,1: 151-2.

1990c. Review of Robinson and Wickwire: Write it on your heart, the epic world of an Okanagan storyteller. The Canadian Journal of Native Studies 10,2: 329.

1990d. Schooling in Kashechewan, then and now. In Papers of the 21st Algonquian Conference, William Cowan ed. Ottawa: Carleton University, pp. 197-215.

1991a. Budd's contemporaries in James Bay: men of 'refined feelings', 'representatives of the whiteman's civilization' and 'real bush Indians'. Journal of the Canadian Church Historical Society 33(1): 79-94.

1991b. Review of Smith: From the land of shadows, the making of Grey Owl.  Canadian Journal of Native Studies 11,1: 186-9.

1991c. The Anglican Church in western James Bay: Positive influence or destructive force?  In The Anglican Church and the World of Western Canada 1820-1970, Barry Ferguson ed.  Regina: Canadian Plains Research Centre, pp. 104-12. 

1992a. Coping with powerful people: Alexander Macdonald and the Albany River Indians. Native Studies Review 8(1): 1-21.

1992b. Review of Goddard: Last stand of the Lubicon Cree.  American Indian Culture and Research Journal 16,4: 230-3.

1992c. Times are changing: options for the transfer and control of secondary off-reserve and post-secondary programs to First Nations. Technical Report for Shibogama First Nations Council, Windigo First Nations Council, Keewaytinook Okimakanak and Sandy Lake First Nation.

1993. 'The government is asking you for your land': the treaty made at Fort Albany according to Cree oral tradition. Technical report provided to Michael Sherry, legal counsel to Fort Albany First Nation.

1994a. [with Judy Côté] Formative performance appraisals & recommendations. Technical Report for Sagamok Education Authority.

1994b. Thomas Vincent.  In Dictionary of Canadian Biography Volume XIII 1901-1909, Ramsay Cook and Jean Hamelin eds.  Toronto: University of Toronto, pp. 1060-1061.

1995a. Forward [with Laura Peers]. In Ellen Smallboy: Glimpses of a Cree woman's life, Regina Flannery. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, pp. ix-xii.

1995b. Historical Context. In Ellen Smallboy: Glimpses of a Cree woman's life, Regina Flannery. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, pp. 65-75

1995c. In search of Mr. Bundin: Henley House 1759 revisited.  In Papers of the 26th Algonquian Conference, David H. Pentland ed.  Winnipeg: University of Manitoba, pp. 203-25.

1995d. Who got what at Winisk?  Treaty making, 1930.  The Beaver (Feb-March): 23-31.

1996a.  Biederman’s road. Highgrader Magazine 2,5: 35-36.

1996b. Evaluation of the Lydia Lois Beardy Memorial School. Technical Report for Wunnumin Lake First Nation.

1996c. Evaluation of the Mary Ann Aganash Memorial School. Technical Report for Kingfisher Lake First Nation.

1996d. Evaluation of the Rev. Eleazer Winter Memorial School. Technical Report for Wapekeka First Nation.

1996e. 'Helping One Another’: A review of elementary and secondary counselling services. Technical Report for Attawapiskat First Nation Education Authority.

1996f. Mushkegowuk Student Services & First Nations Student Services Handbook Review. Technical Report for Kiskinnohamakaywi Weecheehitowin (Mushkegowuk Education).

1996g. Shibogama Education: Second level services review. Technical Report for Shibogama Education Authority, Sioux Lookout.

1996h. Filling in the gaps: A review of Barnes, Ride the polar bear express: visiting Moosonee and Moose Factory. Highgrader Magazine Summer: 35-36, Fall: 3-4.

1997a. Early visions of development on the Abitibi River: Treaty No. 9 and the people of New Post, 1900-1905.  In Reflections on Northern Culture: Visions and Voices, A. W. Plumstead, L. Kruk and A. Blackbourn eds.  North Bay: Nipissing University, pp. 21-44.

1997b. Moose River Crossing. Highgrader Magazine 3,4: 36-37.            

1998a. [with Richard J. Preston] Apportioning responsibility for cumulative changes: A Cree community in northeastern Ontario. In Papers of the 29th Algonquian Conference, David H. Pentland ed. Manitoba: University of Manitoba, pp. 264-75.

1998b. Evaluation of the Sineonokway elementary and secondary school programs. Technical Report for Sineonokway Education Authority, Kasabonika Lake.

1998c. Review of Beardy and Couts: Voices from Hudson Bay: Cree stories from York Factory.  Canadian Ethnic Studies 30,2: 164-5.

1998d. The children are home now: An evaluation of Francine J. Wesley Secondary School. Technical Report for Hishkoonikun Education Authority, Kashechewan.

1999a. Review of Kasten: Bicultural education in the north: Ways of preserving and enhancing indigenous peoples' languages and traditional knowledge. Canadian Journal of Native Studies 19,2: 395-6.

1999b. [with Cecil Chabot] ‘We always had our own lands’: some historical sites near Wa-sh-ow James Bay Wilderness Centre. Technical Report for Moose Cree First Nation.

2000a. An introduction to the Hannah Bay murders of 1832: what happened and some of the reasons why. 2000. In Roseanne Fisher ed., From Cobalt to James Bay: preserving our history. Proceedings of the Temiskaming-Abitibi Heritage Association History Workshop. Haileybury: Rosanne Fisher Publishing, pp. 37-56. [hyperlink to PDF file]

2000b. Local control of First Nations education: the event and the process. In Papers of the 31st Algonquian Conference, John D. Nichols ed. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba, pp. 211-3.

2001 Treaty No. 9 and fur trade company families: northeastern Ontario's Indians, halfbreeds, petitioners and Métis. In The new peoples: being and becoming Métis in America, Jacqueline Peterson & Jennifer S.H. Brown, eds. St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society Press, pp. 137-162. [reprint of 1985 University of Manitoba Press volume]

2002a. Evaluation of the Native Sena School. Technical report for the North Caribou Lake Education Authority.

2002b. Review of Ward and Bouvier, eds.: Resting lightly on mother earth: the Aboriginal experience in urban educational settings. Journal of Professional Studies 9,2 (June): 80-1.

2003a. Evaluation of the Lydia Lois Beardy Memorial School. Technical report for the Wunnumin Lake First Nation

2003b. Evaluation of the Mary Ann Aganash Memorial School. Technical report for the Kingfisher Lake First Nation.

2003c. Evaluation of the Rev. Eleazor Winter Memorial School. Technical report for the Wapekeka First Nation.

2004. Finding and keeping teachers in First Nation schools in northwestern Ontario. In Papers of the 35th Algonquian Conference, H.C. Wolfart ed. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba, pp. 265-79.

2005. An idea ahead of its time: vernacular language education for northern Ontario. In Papers of the 36th Algonquian Conference, H.C. Wolfart ed. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba, pp. 257-69.

In press. Review of Graham: The mush hole: life at two Indian residential schools. Canadian Journal of Native Studies. [the editors seem to have lost my review]

In press. How Treaty No. 9 was explained to the Ojibway and Cree of Northern Ontario in 1905. Ontario History.

In press. Making Native language policy in Ontario in the 1980s. Historical Studies in Education. 

 

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