Indians in Toronto

Here’s a shameless plug for a blog post I just wrote on The Walrus. Inspired by Kent Monkman’s Miss Chief Eagle Testickle: a Portrait in the May issue of the magazine, I set out to discover how far Canada has come in its imagining of the Indian as stoic brave sporting requisite headdress and war paint in the mid-nineteenth century. The answer? Not very.

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