Settlement, Nesting Territories and Conflicting Legal Systems in a Micmac Community
Vol. # 89 (Yale University Publications in Anthropology #89)
In this groundbreaking book anthropologist Daniel Strouthes studies the development of a legal system by a North American Indian group—a small band of twentieth- and twenty-first-century Micmac in Nova Scotia—and analyzes their inventive land tenure law and territorial responses to settlement.
The Yale Peabody Museum, 9780913516256, 496pp.
Publication Date: October 28, 2010