A comprehensive look at how Canadian, particularly British Columbian, society reveals itself through its courtroom performances in Aboriginal title litigation. Focusing in particular on the Gitksan and Wetsuweten case, the book traces the trial of Delgamuukw. v. Regina from 1987 and 1991 to its successful appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada, which issued a landmark ruling in 1997.
Pleasure of the Crown
Anthropology, Law and First Nations