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A. J. Ray, Reviews of books – The Fur Trade Revisited: Selected Papers of the Sixth North American Fur Trade Conference, Mackinac Island, Michigan, 1991 edited by Jennifer S. H. Brown, W. J. Eccles and Donald P. Heldman, The William and Mary Quarterly, vol. 52. p. 740, 1995.
A. J. Ray and Roberts, A., Approaches to the Ethnohistory of the Subarctic: A Review of the Handbook of North American Indians: Subarctic, Ethnohistory, vol. 32. pp. 270-280, 1985.
A. J. Ray, This blessed wilderness: Archibald McDonald's letters from the Columbia River, 1822-44, BC Studies, p. 100, 2001.
A. J. Ray, The Canadian Fur Trade in the Industrial Age, First. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1990.
A. J. Ray, Peers, "The Ojibwa of Western Canada, 1780-1870" (Book Review), Pacific Historical Review, vol. 65. p. 135, 1996.
A. J. Ray, "Indians, Animals, and the Fur Trade: A Critique of" Keepers of the Game, ed. KRECH (Book Review), William and Mary Quarterly, vol. 40. p. 461, 1983.
A. J. Ray, Making Indian Law: The Hualapai Land Case and the Birth of Ethnohistory. By Christian W. McMillen . (New Haven, Conn., Yale University Press, 2007. xx + 284 pp. $38), Pacific Historical Review, vol. 77, pp. 668-670, 2008.
A. J. Ray, Making Indian Law: The Hualapai Land Case and the Birth of Ethnohistory, Pacific Historical Review, vol. 77. pp. 668-670, 2008.
A. J. Ray, Competition and Conservation in the Early Subarctic Fur Trade, Ethnohistory, vol. 25, pp. 347-357, 1978.
A. J. Ray, The Fur Trade Revisited: Selected Papers of the Sixth North American Fur Trade Conference, Mackinac Island, Michigan, 1991, The William and Mary Quarterly, vol. 52. pp. 740-742, 1995.
A. J. Ray, Recognizing Aboriginal Title: The Mabo Case and Indigenous Resistance to English-Settler Colonialism, BC Studies. p. 137, 2007.
A. J. Ray, Telling it to the Judge: Taking Native History to Court., First. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press, 2011.
A. J. Ray, Book reviews – Fort Union Fur Trade Symposium Proceedings September 13-15, 1990 edited by Paul L. Hedren, Plains Anthropologist, vol. 41. p. 196, 1996.
A. J. Ray, Many tender ties: women in fur-trade society, American Historical Review, vol. 90. p. 245, 1985.
A. J. Ray, An illustrated history of Canada's Native people: I have lived here since the world began, 4th Editionth ed. Montreal: McGill Queens, 2016.
A. J. Ray, Aboriginal title and treaty rights research - A comparative look at Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United States, NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF HISTORY, vol. 37, pp. 5-21, 2003.
A. J. Ray, A Reply to Tracy, American Antiquity, vol. 44, pp. 595-596, 1979.
A. J. Ray, Life and Death By the Frozen Sea: The York Factory Journals of Captain James Knight, 1714-1717, 2 vol. Toronto: Champlain Society, 2018.
A. J. Ray, "The Fur Trade Revisited: Selected Papers of the Sixth North American Fur Trade Conference, Mackinac Island, Michigan, 1991", ed. BROWN, ECCLES, and HELDMAN (Book Review), William and Mary Quarterly, vol. 52. p. 740, 1995.
A. J. Ray, Native history on trial: Confessions of an expert witness (Aboriginal rights, Canada), CANADIAN HISTORICAL REVIEW, vol. 84, pp. 253-273, 2003.
A. J. Ray, Treaty 8: a British Columbian anomaly (an agreement with the Nisga'a is a landmark in establishment of native self-government), BC Studies, p. 5, 1999.
A. J. Ray, Aboriginal Rights Claims and the Making and Remaking of History, 1stst ed. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press, 2016.
A. J. Ray, Fort Union Fur Trade Symposium Proceedings September 13-15, 1990, Plains Anthropologist, vol. 41. pp. 196-197, 1996.
A. J. Ray, SYLVIA VAN KIRK. "Many Tender Ties: Women in Fur-Trade Society, 1670-1870" (Book Review), The American Historical Review, vol. 90. p. 245, 1985.
A. J. Ray, Indians in the fur trade: their role as trappers, hunters, and middlemen in the lands southwest of Hudson Bay, 1660-1870 : with a new introduction. Buffalo; Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1974.

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