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Native peoples and mining.

Glen Lazore

Native peoples and mining.

by Glen Lazore

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Published in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Human geography -- Canada.,
  • Indians -- Economic conditions.,
  • Indians -- Employment.,
  • Mines and mineral resources -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesMineral bulletin -- 171, Mineral bulletin (Ottawa, Ont.) -- v.171
    ContributionsCanada. Minerals.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 16 p. :
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18256609M

    Her most recent book is. The Quiet Revolution: The Boyer Lectures, HarperCollins (Sydney). She co-edited with Judy Longbottom. Community Futures, Legal Architecture: Foundations for Indigenous Peoples in the Global Mining Boom, published in by Routledge (UK). Professor Langton is the Chairman of Guma ICRG JV Pty Ltd, a.   The enslavement of Native Americans lasted well into the eighteenth century when it was largely replaced by African has left a legacy still felt among Native populations in the east, and it is also one of the most hidden .

      On the other hand, the indigenous people were generally very clean, strong and well nourished. The first section of the book deals largely with new revelations about the sicknesses such as small pox and Hepatitis A which ravaged the native populations of the Americas shortly after the arrival of the Europeans.   Native peoples, like the Ahwahneechee, however, did not leave their homes in the parks of their own accord and often had to be removed and kept away from their homelands by force. The United States Army, for example, was stationed at Yellowstone from to to keep out indigenous peoples and others with the threat of violence.

    THE INDIGENOUS WORLD Compilation and editing: David Nathaniel Berger Regional editors: Arctic and North America: Kathrin Wessendorf Mexico, Central and South America: Alejandro Parellada Australia and the Pacific: Diana Vinding Asia: Signe Leth The Middle East: Diana Vinding Africa: Marianne Wiben Jensen and Patrick Kulesza International Processes: .   BHP shareholders have demanded the company immediately put a stop to mining that could “disturb, destroy or desecrate” Aboriginal cultural heritage sites in .


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