The Economic Impact of the 1837 and 1842 Chippewa Treaties

Article discusses the different understandings of property and ownership that exist in United States law and in the treaties with Indigenous peoples; examines the different implications of property rights and how they are exercised with regards to mineral rights and hunting and fishing rights.
David R. Wrone
Open Access
Primary Source
American Indian Quarterly, vol. 17, no. 3, Summer, 1993, pp. 329-340
Publication Date
Resource Type
Articles -- Scholarly, peer reviewed
Text -- PDF
Login or Register to create bookmarks.

Access to this resource may available only to members of institutions that subscribe to specific licensed databases. Your IP address does not match any of the institutions registered with I-Portal. Access may be available using one of the options below.

Google Scholar

This resource may be available from Google Scholar

Your local library

Check with your local library. They may have access to the resource or be able to make an interlibrary load request from another library that does.

Registered institutions:

Below is a list of institutions registered with I-Portal. If you are affiliated with one of these institutions you may attempt access via that institution by selecting it from the list.

Export Record