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Unformatted text preview: over-fished. I do agree with the state though, on many issues. For example, men left to shoot deer right off the highways when they overheard that the tribes would be able to hunt at any time on their land. This practice is not safe for the wildlife of the state, and overhunting could leave to many population problems. The book then delves into the legal battles of the time. Tom Maulson took over as a sort of legal head for the tribe. He fought hard for the natives right to fish whenever and wherever they pleased. This was an interesting point in the book because it seems that he made himself chief in a way. He felt that he could lead the natives to a time of prosperity through representation. I look forward to seeing where the war takes us in the following chapters....
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- Spring '08
- Cultural Anthropology