Indian Reserve Cut-offs in British Columbia, 1912-1924: An Examination of Federal-Provincial Negotiations and Consultation with Indians
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This history of reserve land cut-offs in British Columbia considers the individual development of federal and provincial Indian land policies, the negotiations to harmonize them after union in 1871, and the efforts of Indians to resist reserve cut-offs.
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