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Blackfoot Ways of Knowing: The Worldview of the

Betty Bastien

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Beschränkungen und ökologische Probleme, die häufig zu Verzehrverboten führen oder gar zum Verschwinden wichtiger Arten, [85] aber auch Zwangsumsiedlungen treffen diese Gruppen besonders. 2008 entschied der Oberste Gerichtshof, dass Sonderrechte der Indianer bei der Nutzung natürlicher Ressourcen verfassungskonform seien. [86] Besetzung an den Douglas Creek Estates während der Caledonia-Landbesetzung, 15. Chr. auch Bauern – wie man von den Katzie seit 2007 weiß. [36] Im Gegensatz dazu hielt sich am Yukon und am Mackenzie mit ihren riesigen Einzugsgebieten eine Kultur weiträumiger Jagd mit extremer Beweglichkeit kleiner Gruppen.

Pages: 255

Publisher: University of Calgary Press (June 20, 2004)

ISBN: 1552381099

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