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For future generations; reconciling Gitxsan and Canadian law.


For future generations; reconciling Gitxsan and Canadian law.

Mills, P. Dawn.

Purich Publishing, Ltd.


190 pages



Purich's aboriginal issues series


A scholar and advocate in native law, history, and anthropology, Mills acted as an observer to the 1987-96 legal struggle between the Gitxsan people and the Province of British Columbia over land. Here she reviews the case, drawing on the primary documents and secondary academic and journalistic analysis. She places the conflict within the context of relations between Europeans and natives since the first contact and Gitxsan property, ownership, and governance.

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Date:May 1, 2009
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