Empowering Northern and Native communities for social and economic control
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Empowering Northern and Native communities for social and economic control an annotated bibliography of relevant literature by Marc Stevenson

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Published by University of Albeta in Edmonton ; Fort Smith, Northwest Territories .
Written in English


  • Community development -- Canada, Northern -- Bibliography.,
  • Indigenous peoples -- Canada -- Bibliography.,
  • Canada, Northern -- Bibliography.

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StatementMarc G. Stevenson and Clifford G. Hickey.
SeriesThe Northern reference series ; 3
ContributionsHickey, Clifford G. (Clifford George), 1942-, Canadian Circumpolar Institute., Uncle Gabe"s Friendship Centre.
The Physical Object
Pagination55 p. ; 25 cm.
Number of Pages55
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22111041M
ISBN 100919058914
LC Control Number959102744

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