The Temagami Experience: Recreation, Resources, and Aboriginal Rights in the Northern Ontario Wilderness
University of Toronto Press, 1989 - Algonquian Indians - 370 pages
Gives a historical account of the cultural, economic and political developments of the Temagami Forest Reserve in northern Ontario. Discusses federal-provincial efforts to reconcile conflicts between government land use policy and those of the Temagami Objiway Indians and the conservationists.
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