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The Sahtu atlas / edited by James Auld, and Robert Kershaw ; compiled by Robert Kershaw ... [et al.].
1. Sahtu Settlement Area (N.W.T.)--Maps. 2. Bearlake Indians--Land tenure--Northwest Territories--Sahtu Settlement Area- -Maps. I. Auld, James II. Kershaw, Robert III. Sahtu GIS Project.
G1183.S24S1 2005 912.719'3 C2005-901290-0
The Sahtu GIS Project acknowledges the financial support of the Department of Resources, Wildlife and Economic Development, Northwest Territories; Sahtu Renewable Resources Board and the Sahtu Land Use Planning Board.
Second Printing: September, 2005
Printed and bound in Canada by Friesens
Project Manager: James Auld, Sahtu GIS Project
Cartographer: James Auld
Designer: Robert Kershaw, Breaking Ground Communications Inc.
Managing Editor: Robert Kershaw
Assistant Editor/Researcher: Melonie Dyck
Assistant Editor/Researcher/Writer: Deborah Simmons
Project and Editorial Advisors: Miki Promislow, Alasdaire Vietch, Jody Snortland
Copy Editors - Andrea Paulos, David McNeill
Maps created by Sahtu GIS Project except Settlement Lands map obtained from DIAND, Legal Surveys Div.,NWT, 2000 Photographs from RWED archive and Robert Kershaw unless noted.
Stories from the following sources are reprinted by permission of the publishers:
Rakekée Gok’é Godi/Places We Take Care Of: Report of the Sahtu Places and Sites Joint Working Group.
Yellowknife, NT: Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre, 2000.
Building A Vision for the Land: Report on Community Interviews. Fort Good Hope, NT: Sahtu Land Use Planning Board, 1999.
Sahtú Godé Dáhk’é/Sahtu Place of Stories. Norman Wells, NT: Mackenzie Valley Viewer, Sept 2000 Oct. 2002, Vol. 192-217
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