"At least four times - in 1670, 1870, 1898, and 1912 - Eeyou Astchee, our traditional lands and
waters, have changed status, purportedly, transferred between kings as gifts, or deeded between
colonial companies and governments, all without our knowledge, and certainly without our
consent. It has always been assumed that we the James Bay Crees, the actual owners and
occupants, simply passed with the land, without voice, without the right to determine or even
know what was being done with us."
From Sovereign Injustice
by the Grand Council of the Crees
Books Available for Purchase
- Tribes, Treaties, and Constitutional Tribulations
- David E. Wilkins, Vine Deloria, Jr., Univ. Texas Pr.
- Documents of American Indian Diplomacy: Treaties, Agreements, and Conventions, 1775-1979,
- Raymond J. Demallie, Vine Deloria, Jr., Univ. Oklahoma Pr.
- American Indian Treaties: The History of a Political Anomaly,
- Francis Paul Prucha, Univ. California Pr.
- In the Name of the Salish & Kootenai Nation: The 1855 Hell Gate Treaty and the Origin of the Flathead Indian Reservation,
- Robert Bigart, Clarence Woodcock (Editors), Univ. Washington Pr.
- Linking Arms Together: American Indian Treaty Visions of Law and Peace, 1600-1800,
- Robert A. Williams Jr., Routledge.
- Treaties and Indigenous Peoples (The Robb Lectures, 1991),
- Ian Brownlie, F.M. Brookfield (Editor) , Clarendon Pr.
- The True Spirit and Original Intent of Treaty 7,
- Treaty 7 Elders and Tribal Council With Walter Hildebrandt, Dorothy First Rider, and Sarah Carter, McGill Queens Univ. Pr.
- Chippewa Treaty Rights: The Reserved Rights of Wisconsin's Chippewa Indians in Historical Perspective,
- Ronald N. Satz, Laura Apfelbeck, Jason Tetzloff, Anthony Gulig, Rennard Strickland , Univ. Wisconsin Pr.
- Indian Treaties 1778-1883,
- Charles J. Kappler, Amereon.
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