The community apart: a case study of a Canadian Indian reserve community
Dept. of Social Anthropology, Univ. of Stockholm, 1978 - Ojibwa Indians - 239 pages
Attempts to account for the continued existence of impoverished reserve communities by examining the Fort Alexander reserve in Manitoba.
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THE POLITICIZED COMMUNITY
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