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    Caribou Metatarsal Hide Scraper
      Canada - Western
    Simon Fraser University. Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology - To prepare caribou skin for tanning, the hide must be scraped. All fat, meat and connective tissue must be removed before the tanning proceeds. This can be done with a knife made from metal or stone, but these are sharp, and often cut the hide. A better tool is made from the bones of the caribou itself.
    Considerations for Achieving "Aboriginal Justice" in Canada
      Canada
    by Ted S. Palys, Simon Fraser University
    Histories of Convenience: Understanding Twentieth Century Aboriginal Film Images in Context
       
    by Ted S. Palys, Simon Fraser University (science, policy, and film portrayals of Aboriginal peoples over the last 100 years)
    Ideology, Epistemology, and Modes of Inquiry
       
    subtitle: "Aboriginal Issues, Trajectories of Truth, and the Criteria of Evaluation Research," by Ted S. Palys, Simon Fraser University
    Intellectual Property Issues in Cultural Heritage
      Canada
    Indigenous peoples, scholars, practitioners, and policy-makers are increasingly faced with dilemmas about rights,responsibilities and access to intellectual products associated with cultural heritage including research data, and use of artifact and site images.




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