6 edition of Aboriginal Resource Use in Canada found in the catalog.
by Univ of Manitoba Pr
Written in English
|Contributions||Jean Friesen (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||343|
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This volume addresses a wide range of topics related to Aboriginal resource use, ranging from the pre-contact period to the present. The papers were originally presented at a conference held in at the University of Winnipeg.
Co-editor Kerry Abel has written an introduction that outlines the main themes of the book. She points out that it is difficult to know what the enshrinement of. This volume addresses a wide range of topics related to Aboriginal resource use, ranging from the pre-contact period to the present.
The papers were originally presented at a conference held in at the University of Winnipeg. Co-editor Kerry Abel has written an introduction that outlines the main themes of the book. This Aboriginal Resource Use in Canada book addresses a wide range of topics related to Aboriginal resource use, ranging from the pre-contact period to the present.
The papers were originally presented at a conference held in at the University of ed on: Janu Get this from a library. Aboriginal resource use in Canada: historical and legal aspects. [Kerry M Abel; Jean Friesen;] -- This collection of 18 articles focus on aboriginal rights to the use of natural resources in Canada, including wildlife, furs, plants and their medicinal and food uses, water rights, general land use.
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