[Hardly a Grand Design: Aboriginal Resettlement in the Yukon Territory after World War II]

Examines factors which led to transition from life on the land to living in communities established in locations determined by administrative convenience rather than traditional land use patterns. Argues development of interventionist approaches by the federal government and Dept. of Indian Affairs were primarily responsible for the change.
Author/Creator
[Ken Coates]
Contributor/Editor
[Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples]
Open Access
Yes
Primary Source
No
Publisher
[Privy Council Office of Canada, Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples]
Publication Date
[1993-08]
Location
Persons
Resource Type
E-Books -- Documents & Presentations
Format
Text -- PDF
Language
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