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Law - Delgamuukw Resources

This guide highlights some resources that can be used for researching the Delgamuukw case.

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Introduction

The Delgamuukw case is a leading Canadian decision dealing with the nature of aboriginal title in Canada. The outcome of this case defined the relationship between Gitxsan ayookw (traditional laws), adaawk (oral histories) and daxgyet (chiefs’ authority) and Western society’s laws.

This guide highlights some resources that can be used for researching the Delgamuukw case. 

Related guide: Aboriginal & Indigenous Law.