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- Agriculture and human values 2017 v.34 no.2 pp. 267-281
- American Indians; federal government; fish; food sovereignty; harvesting; landscapes; politics; staple foods; treaties; wild rice; Minnesota
- ... The treaties established between the United States federal government and American Indian nations imply U.S. recognition of Native political sovereignty. Political sovereignty encompasses not only the ability to govern oneself but also self-determination regarding resource use, including food. This paper addresses The White Pine Treaty of 1837, which acknowledges the Ojibwe people’s right to hunt, ...