Faith in paper the ethnohistory and litigation of upper great lakes indian treaties celand charels e greene bruce r slonim marc cleland nancy n tierney . Faith in paper is about the reinstitution of indian treaty rights in the upper great lakes region during the last quarter of the 20th century the book focuses on the treaties and legal cases that togetherhave awakened a new day in native american sovereignty and established the place of indian tribes on the modern political landscape. Archaeological papers of the aaa bulletin of the national association of student anthropologists central issues in anthropology city society the csas bulletin cultural anthropology culture agriculture food and environment economic anthropology el mensajero ethnographic praxis in industry conference proceedings ethos feminist anthropology general anthropology bulletin of the . Click on the article title to read more
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