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The Journal of Indigenous Studies (05) Winter, 1992, Volume 3, Number 1

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Title: The Journal of Indigenous Studies (05) Winter, 1992, Volume 3, Number 1
Creator: Gabriel Dumont Institute
Subject: Inuit Identity, Maori Language, Maori Music, Paula Gunn Allen, Aboriginal Politics
Description: This is the complete Winter, 1992 issue of The Journal of Indigenous Studies. Includes articles on Inuit Identity, Maori Language, Maori Music, Paula Gunn Allen, Aboriginal Politics, and book reviews of Canada's First Nations: A History of Founding Peoples From Earliest Times and From Wooden Ploughs to Welfare: Why Indian Policy Failed in the Prairie Provinces. Caution: These issues of The Journal of Indigenous Studies may take some time to download because they are large files.
Publisher: Gabriel Dumont Institute
Date: 1992
Type: Text Document
Language: English, French, and Cree
Date of Copyright: November 6, 2007
Coverage: Canada, United States, New Zealand
GDI Media Filename: JIS, Winter 92.pdf

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