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Wood Bison and the Early Fur Trade
(Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press, 1993)
The "Jarvis Proof": Management of Bison, Management of Bison Hunters, and the Development of a Literary Tradition
(Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press, 1990)
Productivity and Predictability of Resource Yield: Aboriginal Controlled Burning in the Boreal Forest
(Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta, 1979)
The Land Agreement of 1842 at Little Red River
(Alberta History, 1999)
On May 1, 1842, an agreement was signed at Fort Vermilion by five members of the Beaver Indian Nation and by William Shaw, the Hudson's Bay Company clerk in charge. As a "mark of [their} regard and attachment," the Beaver ...
In Search of the Elusive: Traditional Native Prescribed Burning in the Northeastern Wood Buffalo National Park Area
This project was designed to explore the traditional use of a prescribed burning technique by native people in the Ft. Smith - Ft. Fitzgerald area. Previous research in northwestern Alberta had demonstrated that resident ...
Native perspectives on the northern diseased bison issue: an outline
(The Northern Diseased Bison Environmental Assessment Panel, 1989-10-15)