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Identifier:TS998S1998
Title Tribal Boundaries in the Nass Watershed
Description:
Book: Tribal Boundaries in the Nass Watershed. Also in folder: Glossary of Terms from the Nass Watershed Tsimshian
ca.332pp; ca.16pp
Comments
The Adaawk Record and Tribal Boundaries in the Nass Watershed -- The Gitksan Documentary Record: Gitanyow -- The Gitksan Documentary Record: Kuldo, Kisgaga'as, and Kispiox -- The Nisga'a Documentary Record -- Witnesses on the Land: The Euro-Canadian Record, 1832-1930 -- Statement of Vernon Marion, Tahltan President (7 April 1987) -- Nisga'a claim (NTC, 1979) -- Nisga'a-Tahltan map showing boundaries at joint signing (1977) -- Territories of the Gitksan and Carrier Indians (GCTC, 1977) -- Letter to Nisga'a Tribal Council (5 November 1986) -- Reaffirmation of Tahltan-Nisga'a tribal boundary (NTC, 1995) -- Traditional Nisga'a territory: Land question boundary map (NTC, 1995) -- ǂt Gitanyow territory (Duff, 1959) -- Agenda, with correspondence and maps from Nisga'a Tribal Council provided at Joint Nisga'a-Gitksan meeting (8 August 1986).
Citation
Tribal Boundaries in the Nass Watershed; Neil J. Sterritt, Susan Marsden, Robert Galois, Peter R. Grant, and Richard Overstall. UBC Press/Vancouver
Contributors Sterritt, Neil J. (author)
Date1998
Type Text
Coverage
Nass Watershed, British Columbia
Subject Language(s) Tsimshian
LingType vocabulary
Files: TS998S1998.pdf


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