No 57

British Columbia: A Place for Aboriginal Peoples?, Spring 1983

Table of Contents

In This Issue

Preface
 
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5-9

Articles

Native History, Native Claims and Self-Determination
Thomas R. Berger
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10-23
An Historic Event in the Political Economy of the Tsimshian: Information on the Ownership of the Zimacord District
James Andrew McDonald
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24-37
The Conversion of the Port Simpson Tsimshian: Indian Control or Missionary Manipulation?
Clarence R. Bolt
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38-56
British Columbia Indian Languages: A Crisis of Silence
Alan Haig-Brown
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57-67
Taking the Minister to Court: Changes in Public Opinion about Forest Management and Their Expression in Haida Land Claims
Evelyn Pinkerton
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68-85
Fish, Politics and Treaty Rights: Who Protects Salmon Resources in Washington State?
Charles F. Broches
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86-98
"Authenticity" and the Contemporary Northwest Coast Indian Art Market
Karen Duffek
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99-111
Native Indian Political Activity in British Columbia, 1969-1983
Paul Tennant
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112-136
Too Weak to Win, Too Strong to Lose: Indians and Indian Policy in Canada
Stephen K. Fudge
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137-145

Reviews, Bibliography of BC, and Contributors

Contributors
 
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146