As long as the sun shines and water flows : a reader in Canadian native studies / edited by Ian A.L. Getty and Antoine S. Lussier.Material type: BookSeries: Nakoda Institute occasional paper ; no. 1. Publisher: Vancouver : University of British Columbia Press, c1983Description: xxi, 362 p. : map ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0774801816 (alk. paper); 0774801832 (pbk. : jacket); 0774801840 (pbk.).Subject(s): Indians of North America -- Canada -- Government relations | Indians, Treatment of -- CanadaDDC classification: 323.1197071
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|Main / Collection principale||970.41 A798 (Browse shelf)||Available|
|970.4 H548 An evaluative ethno-historical bibliography of the Malecite Indians /||970.4 M625 Les Micmacs et la mer /||970.41 A154 Aboriginal peoples and the law :||970.41 A798 As long as the sun shines and water flows :||970.41 B291 1988 The Indian Act of Canada /||970.41 B291R Indian reserves in the Atlantic Provinces of Canada /||970.41 B291S Subjugation, self-management, and self-government of Aboriginal lands and resources in Canada /|
"Bibliographic essay": p. 340-354.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 354-361).