Bibliography - Indians and the law

Database ID25453
InstitutionUniversity of Saskatchewan Archives
Fonds/CollectionF.L. Barron fonds
Series1. Resource Files
File/Item Reference1. Resource Files-1-30 (Box 1)
Date of creation1982, 1983
Physical description/extent1 folder; 2 cm of textual records
Number of images1
Scope and contentThis file contains an extensive bibliography of sources pertaining to Aboriginal people and the law. The majority of the file was prepared by Linda Fritz for the Native Law Centre at the University of Saskatchewan. The bibliography contains sources pertaining to policing, treaty rights, treaty status, taxation, Hunting and Fishing, customary law, children, Metis and other areas. Its scope is international, and contains sources on Australia, New Zealand and the United States. Canada is covered the most extensively with specific bibliographies on James Bay, the Manitoba Sioux, the Metis and one bibliography prepared specifically for the Keewaytinok legal services office. Also found in this file is the U of S Law Centre accessions list, a newspaper article titled "Manitoba's Indians Face Lives of Violence," (Winnipeg Free Press, October 6, 1984), and a class outline for a senior seminar in statistical Native Studies research techniques.
Restrictions on accessThere are no restrictions on access.
Other terms governing use and reproductionResponsibility regarding questions of copyright that may arise in the use of any images is assumed by the researcher.
Primary MediaTextual documents
Provenance Access PointBarron, Frank Laurie, 1942-2000
PlaceSaskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Treaty boundariesInternational
Cultural regionInternational
NamesFritz, Linda
James Bay Cree
Keewaytinok Native Legal Services
University of Saskatchewan. Native Law Centre
SubjectCommunity Law
Community Policing
Government publications
Rights -- Treaty Rights
Law and Legislation
Legal Issues
Rights -- Hunting and fishing rights
Native Studies
Research Seminars
Customary Law
Sioux - unspecified Dakota/Lakota/Nakota
Date Range(s)1980-1989
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