Bibliography: Treaty Rights


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Emond, Andre. "Existe-t-il un titre indien originaire dans les territoires cédés par la France en 1763 ?" McGill Law Journal 41, no. 1 (1995): 59-90.

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Evans, Denise. "Superimposed Nations: The Jay Treaty and Aboriginal Rights." Dalhousie Journal of Legal Studies 4 (1995): 215-30.

Eyler, Philip. Treaty Indian Hunting Rights and the Deer Hunting System in Manitoba. Winnipeg: Natural Resource Institute, University of Manitoba, 1976.

Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations and First Nations represented by the Treaty & Aboriginal Rights Research Centre of Manitoba. "Treaty Indian Rights, Claims and Entitlements: Principles for Action and Responses to Federal Policies." In Proceedings of Joint Presentation to the National Committee on Treaties, Assembly of First Nations in Quebec City 4 July 1989. n.d.

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