original status of aboriginal peoples in North America a critique of L.C. Green and O.P. Dickason, The law of nations and the New World (1989) by Crawford, James

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  • Indians of North America -- Legal status, laws, etc.,
  • Indians of North America -- Government relations.

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Other titlesThe law of nations and the New World.
StatementJames Crawford.
Series[A.J.I. research papers -- 9], Research papers (Manitoba. Public Inquiry into the Administration of Justice and Aboriginal People) -- 9.
ContributionsGreen, L. C. 1920-, Dickason, Olive Patricia, 1920-, Manitoba. Public Inquiry into the Administration of Justice and Aboriginal People.
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Pagination[18] leaves ;
Number of Pages18
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Open LibraryOL14664819M

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