No 138/9

Native Geographies, Summer/Autumn 2003

Table of Contents

In This Issue

Guest Editorial: The Question of Making Native Space
 
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5-11

Articles

Defining the Middle Period (3500 bp to 1500 bp) in Tsimshian History through a Comparison of Archaeological and Oral Records
Andrew R.C. Martindale, Susan Marsden
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13-50
United States v. Tom and A New Perspective on the Short History of Treaty Making in Nineteenth-Century British Columbia
Hamar Foster, Allan Grove
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51-84
Collaboration Geographies: Native-White Partnerships During the Re-settlement of Ootsa Lake, British Columbia, 1900-52
Soren Larsen
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87-114
If the Story Could be Heard: Colonial Discourse and the Surrender of Indian Reserve
Steve Roe
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115-136

Review Essay

Wendy Wickwire
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165-172
Tom Hutton
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173-180

Reviews, Bibliography of BC, and Contributors

 
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181-213
Bibliography of British Columbia
 
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215-222
 
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223-224

Forum

Cole Harris, Jo-Anne Fiske, Gordon Gibson
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137-163