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Department
Criminology
Course
CRIM 332
Professor
Chantal Gibson
Semester
Winter

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CRIM 332 WEEK 7 NOTESHistorical backgroundColonizationAssimilation of the Aboriginals by settlersImposition of superior ways values and beliefs o Eg English language education land claims cultureAssimilation through role of lawRoyal Proclamation 1763British rule in new territory of AmericaDesignation of reserved Indian territoriesBasis of our understanding of Indian title claims disputesIndian Act 1876Seen as the first effort to consolidate all the legislation that governed relations between Indian people and govtGoals assimilation and civilizationDefined Indian status federal jurisdiction over status Indians o Historically patrilinealstatus passed down through fatherseven though prior to settlers many tribes had matriarchical ruleEnfranchisementIndians could have full citizenship rights if they relin
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