"Real" Indians and others: mixed-blood urban Native peoples and indigenous nationhood
Includes bibliographical references (p. -300) and index. From sovereign nations to "a vanishing race" -- Regulating Native identity by gender -- Reconfiguring colonial gender relations under Bill C-31 -- Métis identity, the Indian Act, and the numbered treaties -- Killing the Indian to save the child -- Urban responses to a heritage of violence -- Negotiating an urban mixed-blood Native identity -- Maintaining an urban Native community -- Racial identity in white society -- Band membership and urban identity -- Indian status and entitlement -- Mixed-blood urban Native people and the rebuilding of indigenous nations.
- LCC: E78
- Dewey Decimal: 305.897/071/091732
- Language: eng
- Physical Description: xviii, 303 p. ; 22 cm.
- Edition Info: (pbk. : alk. paper)
- Indians of North America -- Urban residence -- Canada
- Indians of North America -- Mixed descent -- Canada
- Indians of North America -- Tribal citizenship -- Canada
- Canada -- Race relations
- Canada -- Social policy
- Canada -- Politics and government
- Indians of North America -- Canada -- Band membership
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