|Title||History, the Courts and Treaty Policy: Lessons from Marshall and Nisga'a|
|Created by:||J.R. (Jim) Miller|
|Description:||Discusses landmark court cases dealing with fishing rights in Nova Scotia and a dispute involving Aboriginal title which took place in British Columbia.
Chapter two from Setting the Agenda for Change, vol. 1, which vol. 1 in the Aboriginal Policy Research series.
Originally presented at the Aboriginal Policy Research Conference, 2002.
|Categories:||Indigenous Studies Portal > Law & Justice > Case Law
Indigenous Studies Portal > History
Indigenous Studies Portal > Rights > Hunting, Fishing, Trapping & Gathering
Indigenous Studies Portal > Law & Justice > Legislation, Bills, Treaties, Agreements
Indigenous Studies Portal > Rights > Land > Title / Ownership
|Names:||Miller, Jim [Find offline items]