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Native Rights/Claims

Social Studies 10, Unit #8

What happened at the turn of the century for them? They were struggling.
What had the Royal Proclamation of 1763 do? Recognized their right to own the land they occupied.
What did they want to retain? Their traditional territory.
What did BC have? Areas that were not under any territory.
What had been signed? Many treaties.
What happened in 1916 when a motion adding land to BC reserves was made? Allied Tribes of BC rejected it (it had no valuable land).
What happened after the motion? The Canadian government removed the requirement of having consent from Native tribes.
What were these issues brought up as a part of? The Nisga's land claims dispute.
What were the Nisga'a given? A lot of land, some self-governing rights and financial settlement.
Created by: dreycraf