- Title Pages
Part I“The Spirit of My Ancestors”: Cheslatta Carrier Nation Traditional Territory
1Pathways of Coexistence
Part II“You Can’t Stop the Ceremonies”: The Wakarusa Wetlands
3Ceremony Is Protest, Protest Is Ceremony
Part III“Hīkoi Ngātahi/Going Forward Together”: Waitangi Treaty Grounds, Aotearoa/New Zealand
AppendixThe Treaty of Waitangi/Te Tiriti o Waitangi
- Glossary of Māori Language Terms
- (p.51) 2 Sacred Ground
- Being Together in Place
Soren C. Larsen
Jay T. Johnson
Daniel R. Wildcat
- University of Minnesota Press
The ancestral cemeteries at the Cheslatta villages of Belhk’achek and Sdughachola performed a “sacred reversal” of their desecration by the aluminum company’s spillway, in the process renewing the people’s relationship with water, ancestors, the settler state, and potentially, the company.
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