The Mikmaq: Resistance, Accommodation and Cultural Survival (Case Studies in Cultural Anthropology)

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9780030534270: The Mikmaq: Resistance, Accommodation and Cultural Survival (Case Studies in Cultural Anthropology)

Appropriate for courses in North American Indians, American ethnic studies, or introduction to anthropology, this text chronicles the endurance of the Mi'kmaq Indians as a tribal nation, their ordeals in the face of colonialism, and their current struggle for self-determination and cultural revitalisation. Features: * This text spans 500 years of the complex dynamics of Mik'kmaq culture. The Mi'kmaqs, who still inhabit northern Maine and Canada, were among the first Indians to encounter European colonists. * Direct quotations of Mi'kmaqs and outsiders enable the reader to appreciate different, and sometimes conflicting points of view. * The author has worked on a successful Mi'kmaq native rights case for ten years, helping one Mi'kmaq band gain federal recognition and a land claim settlement.

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Prins, Harald E. L.
Published by Wadsworth Publishing (1996)
ISBN 10: 0030534275 ISBN 13: 9780030534270
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