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Record #202298:

A camp is a home and other reasons why indigenous hunting camps can't be moved out of the way of resource developments / Thomas McIlwraith.

Title: A camp is a home and other reasons why indigenous hunting camps can't be moved out of the way of resource developments / Thomas McIlwraith.
Author(s): McIlwraith, Thomas.
Date: 2012.
In: Northern Review. (2012.), Vol. 36 (2012)
Abstract: Outlines issues related to dispute between resource developers and Tahltan Athapaskans at Iskut Village, British Columbia. Developers wish to move hunting camps away from mining activities. Iskut people regard hunting camps as homes where family histories are shared, hunting activities are conducted, and gender roles are taught and reinforced.
Notes:

Northern Review. Vol. 36 :97-126 (2012).

Keywords: 323 -- Politics, internal.
323.1 -- National and ethnic minorities.
325.3 -- Native policy.
330.524 -- Natural resources.
39 -- Ethnography: Indians. Athapaskan.
394 -- Social life.
711.14 -- Land use.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*41) -- Canada.
(*429) -- British Columbia.
SPRI record no.: 202298

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