Indian Reserves on the Prairies

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  • Richard H. Bartlett

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.29173/alr1733

Abstract

Indian reserves comprise the only land left to the Indians of the Prairie Provinces. This paper endeavors to examine and explain the rights of ownership and administration held by the Indians and Governments in such lands. It endeavors to determine what the treaties between the Indians and the Crown promised and to what extent they have been fulfilled. Rights with respect to minerals and timber are examined in the course of the study.

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