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hunters at the margin native people and wildlife - hunters at the margin examines the conflict in the northwest territories between native hunters and conservationists over three big game species the wood bison the muskox and the caribou john sandlos argues that the introduction of game regulations national parks and game sanctuaries was central to the assertion of state authority over the traditional hunting cultures of the dene and inuit, hunters at the margin native people and wildlife - hunters at the margin native people and wildlife conservation in the northwest territories john sandlos vancouver ubc press 2006 pp 360 85 00 cloth 32 95 paper sandlos s inaugural book based on his doctoral dissertation is a welcome addition to the recently burgeoning field of canadian environmental history, hunters at the margin native people and wildlife - hunters at the margin native people and wildlife conservation in the northwest territories nature history society paperback common by author john sandlos on amazon com free shipping on qualifying offers hunters at the margin native people and wildlife conservation in the northwest territories, project muse hunters at the margin native people and - hunters at the margin thus lays bare the underlying coercive effect of what may otherwise appear to be mundane and disparate administrative policies reports and recommendations by listening to the indigenous voices and observing the acts of resistance that are present in the colonial record sandlos provides us a way of understanding how wildlife conservation was part of a larger aggressive program meant to phase out indigenous ways of life, hunters at the margin native people and wildlife - hunters at the margin examines the conflict in the northwest territories between native hunters and conservationists arguing that game regulations and national parks helped assert state authority read more, john sandlos hunters at the margin native people and - john sandlos hunters at the margin native people and wildlife conservation in the northwest territories, hunters at the margin native people and wildlife - hunters at the margin native people and wildlife conservation in the northwest territories 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings 1 reviews, hunters at the margin native people and wildlife - 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hunters at the margin examines the conflict in the northwest territories between native hunters and conservationists over three big game species the wood bison the muskox and the caribou john sandlos argues that the introduction of game regulations national parks and game sanctuaries was central to the assertion of state authority over, hunters at the margin native people and wildlife - hunters at the margin examines the conflict in the northwest territories between native hunters and conservationists over three big game species the wood bison the muskox and the caribou john sandlos argues that the introduction of game regulations national parks and game sanctuaries was central to the assertion of state authority over the traditional hunting cultures of the dene and inuit, university of washington press books hunters at the margin - yet large herds of other big game animals still roamed the northwest territories and aboriginal people depended on them for food and clothing hunters at the margin examines the conflict in the northwest territories between native hunters and conservationists over three big game species the wood bison the muskox and the caribou, hunters at the margin native people and wildlife - 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