Indian and native economic development in Saskatchewan.
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Published by Indian and Native Affairs Secretariat in [Regina, Saskatchewan] .
Written in English



  • Saskatchewan


  • Indians of North America -- Saskatchewan -- Economic conditions.,
  • Saskatchewan -- Economic policy.

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Edition Notes

ContributionsSaskatchewan. Indian and Native Affairs Secretariat.
LC ClassificationsE78.S2 I524 1984
The Physical Object
Pagination33, 13, 4 leaves :
Number of Pages33
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2599131M
LC Control Number85155416

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