Landsat image of Hulquminum treaty territory
November 13, 2006
Hosted on the Hul’qumi’num official website, (one of my favourite web sites) this striking image reveals the extent of traditional Hul’qumi’num lands, now prime area for growth on Vancouver Island. I believe The First Nations of BC were among the first to begin to use PAR, museums, law and media effectively to promote fair treaties.
Filed in First Nations, Memory Work, social exclusion, visual anthropology, vulnerability to social exclusion
Tags: British Columbia, digg, First Nations, First Nations social history, forgetting, Geotagging, heimlich, homelessness, Hulquminum, memory, policy research, RCAP, Satellite Images, social exclusion