Hunger, Horses, and Government Men: Criminal Law on the Aboriginal Plains, 1870-1905 (Law and Society)
By: Shelley A. M. Gavigan (author)Hardback
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This book will be of interest to scholars and students of law, legal history, criminology, sociology, and Native studies and anyone interested in Canadian and prairie history.
Shelley A.M. Gavigan is a professor of law at Osgoode Hall Law School and a member of the graduate faculties in Law, Socio-Legal Studies, and Women's Studies at York University.
Introduction: One Warrior's Legal History 1 Legally Framing the Plains and the First Nations 2 "Of Course No One Saw Them": Aboriginal Accused in the Criminal Court 3 "Prisoner Never Gave Me Anything for What He Done": Aboriginal Voices in the Criminal Court 4 "Make a Better Indian of Him": Indian Policy and the Criminal Court 5 Six Women, Six Stories Conclusion Afterword: A Methodological Note on Sources and Data Notes BibliographyIndex
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