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Subjugation, self-management, and self-government of Aboriginal lands and resources in Canada / Richard H. Bartlett
Bib ID 622355
Format BookBook
Author
Bartlett, Richard H., 1947-
 
Description Kingston, Ont. : Institute of Intergovernmental Relations, c1986 
x, 102 p. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0889114358
Series

Aboriginal peoples and constitutional reform. Background paper, no. 11

Notes

Bibliography: p. 97-102.

Subjects Indians of North America - Land tenure - Canada.  |  Indians of North America - Canada - Economic conditions - Law and legislation.  |  Mines and mineral resources - Canada - Law and legislation.  |  Indians of North America - Canada - Politics and government.

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