Family Or Bureaucratic Traplines

Family Or Bureaucratic Traplines
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Category Fur trade
Total Pages 186
ISBN OCLC:1199082975
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This project examines the histories and afterlives of the Registered Trapline System established by the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) in the James Bay Region as a colonial project of the state. The Illilo of James Bay have been living in the territory since time immemorial, moving freely among and in relationship to the animals. The land has provided them with enough wildlife to help sustain themselves. The Illilowuk (Crees) shared the land alongside others. Life began to change for the Illilo with the arrival of Europeans to the territory in the late 1600’s. The arrival of settlers brought new technologies to the region. Fur Trade relations also changed traditional trade relationships. In the late 1940s and the early 1950s, the Ontario government established bureaucratic traplines throughout Ontario, which were a particular expression of the settler state and relationships between Ililo and non-Ililo on the coast of James Bay. This project will examine these traplines on the James Bay Coast with a particular focus on the community of Kashechewan First Nation, exploring the impact of registered traplines on the Illilu way of life. My thesis asks the following questions: How were these traplines created? How did the Illilowuk react to the changes with regards to land ownership/possession? This research is important for understanding settler-state relationships with the Illilowuk of James Bay. It examines the policies that Ontario Government imposed on the Illilowuk without regards for rights guaranteed by Treaty No. 9. In this thesis, I will argue that the Omushkegowuk experienced various forms of state control over their harvesting rights. The state-controlled access to lands and animals in ways that undermined the rights that are guaranteed with the signing of Treaty No. 9 that my ancestors signed. With this research I worked with Elders and community members who still carry this knowledge and live and work in relationships with the land and the animals. I also integrated my knowledge of hunting and trapping in the region, as well as my own relationship to the territory. Elders are still very vocal about these changes and reflect on how these traplines changed their way of life. To this day,the trapline system continues to be used.

Family Or Bureaucratic Traplines
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 2020

This project examines the histories and afterlives of the Registered Trapline System established by the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) in the James Bay Region as a colonial project of the state. The Illilo of James Bay have been living in the territory since time immemorial, moving freely among and

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Final Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada  Volume One  Summary
  • Author : Truth and Reconcilation Commission of Canada
  • Publisher : James Lorimer & Company
  • Release Date : 2015-07-22

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Chronicles
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 1986-03

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  • Author : Shiri Pasternak
  • Publisher : U of Minnesota Press
  • Release Date : 2017-06-06

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  • Author : Anastasia M. Shkilnyk
  • Publisher : Yale University Press
  • Release Date : 1985-01-01

Discusses the Ojibwas reserve with a poisoned water supply

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A Common Hunger
  • Author : Joan G. Fairweather
  • Publisher : University of Calgary Press
  • Release Date : 2006

The impact of colonial dispossession and the subsequent social and political ramifications place a unique burden on governments having to establish equitable means of addressing previous injustices. A Common Hunger considers the efforts by both of these countries to reconcile the damage left by colonial oppression, in part, looking back

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  • Author : David Calverley
  • Publisher : UBC Press
  • Release Date : 2018-03-01

As the nineteenth century ended, the popularity of sport hunting grew and Ontario wildlife became increasingly valuable. Restrictions were imposed on hunting and trapping, completely ignoring Anishinaabeg hunting rights set out in the Robinson Treaties of 1850. Who Controls the Hunt? examines how Ontario's emerging wildlife conservation laws failed to reconcile

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  • Author : Ken S. Coates
  • Publisher : James Lorimer & Company
  • Release Date : 1985

Furs, gold, whales, oil--the reason for going north has always been to empty the treasure house. The northern territories are vast and sparsely populated, so southern Canadians have been content to consider the North a colony, not a true part of Canada. Since the first British naval expeditions to the "

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  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 2019

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The White Man s Gonna Getcha
  • Author : Toby Elaine Morantz
  • Publisher : McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
  • Release Date : 2002

Despite becoming increasingly politically and economically dominated by Canadian society, the Crees succeeded in staving off cultural subjugation. They were able to face the massive hydroelectric development of the 1970s with their language, practices, and values intact and succeeded in negotiating a modern treaty."--BOOK JACKET.

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 We Are Still Didene
  • Author : Thomas McIlwraith
  • Publisher : University of Toronto Press
  • Release Date : 2012-10-15

Detailing the history of the aboriginal village of Iskut, British Columbia over the past 100 years, ‘We Are Still Didene’ examines the community's transition from subsistence hunting to wage work in trapping, guiding, construction, and service jobs. Using naturally occurring, extended transcripts of stories told by the group's hunters, Thomas McIlwraith

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The Hot Arctic
  • Author : John Dyson
  • Publisher : London : Heinemann
  • Release Date : 1979

A look at the arctic, the life, its peoples, resource development, environmental concerns, and survival of the Eskimos in a modern world.

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Canadian Indian Policy
  • Author : Robert J. Surtees,Newberry Library. Center for the History of the American Indian
  • Publisher : Bloomington : Published for the Newberry Library [by] Indiana University Press
  • Release Date : 1982

Contains a bibliographic essay on Canadian Indian policy from 1608 to the present, an alphabetical list of all works cited with items suitable for secondary school students denoted, a list of recommended works for the beginner and a basic library collection list.

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The Sixth William
  • Author : John Neely Davis
  • Publisher : Author House
  • Release Date : 2012-01-19

In an Alaskan bar, Creighton Roane watches a TV news story about multiple, gruesome murders that have occurred in a mountainous region of Tennessee. He is stunned when he recognizes the murder scene as the Findhorn River and the rugged Arn plateau, his childhood home. Memories stirred by the newscast

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Treaty Research Report
  • Author : Dennis F. K. Madill
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release Date : 1986

Read online Treaty Research Report written by Dennis F. K. Madill, published by which was released on 1986. Download full Treaty Research Report Books now! Available in PDF, ePub and Kindle.

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