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Blurred Lines: A Personal Exploration of Identity, Alaska Native Corporations and Going Beyond the 'Incidentally Indigenous'
(University of Washington Undergraduate Research Program, 2014)
At it’s passage in 1971, the Alaska Native Claims and Settlement Act (ANCSA), was viewed as the most liberal and generous settlement ever achieved between the United States government and an Indigenous peoples. Forty-three years later it is evident that the ANCSA, though promising at the time, was intended to be yet another ...