An Aboriginal Northern Territory: Creating Canada's Nunavut
North Australia Research Unit, 1992 - Social Science - 39 pages
This paper reviews the history and development of the concept of Nunavut and draws conclusions that may be applicable to the northern regions and peoples of Australia and similar states.
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