Settlement, Nesting Territories and Conflicting Legal Systems in a Micmac Community

Vol. # 89

Daniel P. Strouthes

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October 28, 2010
496 pages, 6 3/4 x 9 3/4
7 b/w illus.
ISBN: 9780913516256
Paper

Published by the Yale Department of Anthropology and the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History; Distributed by Yale University Press

In this groundbreaking book anthropologist Daniel Strouthes studies the development of a legal system by a North American Indian group—a small band of twentieth- and twenty-first-century Micmac in Nova Scotia—and analyzes their inventive land tenure law and territorial responses to settlement.

Daniel P. Strouthes is associate professor, Department of Geography and Anthropology and American Indian Studies Program, University of Wisconsin–Eau Clair. He lives in Fall Creek, WI.
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