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Adoption and the Indian child.

Author: Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada.
Publisher: Ottawa [Ont.] : Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, 1993.
Edition/Format:   Print book : National government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Indian children who are adopted are special for other reasons as well. As descendants of the original people of this country, they have a proud heritage and special rights under the laws of Canada. The special rights and entitlements are explained in this book. It includes a review of Indian history, (brief descriptions of the major Indian bands in Canada are provided in Appendix 1), and information on topics such  Read more...
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Material Type: Government publication, National government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada.
ISBN: 0662208501 9780662208501
OCLC Number: 32673456
Notes: QS-5117-000-EE-A4.
Description: 30 pages ; 28 cm

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Indian children who are adopted are special for other reasons as well. As descendants of the original people of this country, they have a proud heritage and special rights under the laws of Canada. The special rights and entitlements are explained in this book. It includes a review of Indian history, (brief descriptions of the major Indian bands in Canada are provided in Appendix 1), and information on topics such as the status of registered Indians, their rights, and the benefits they are entitled to receive. This book will be of interest to people who have adopted and those who are contemplating adopting an Indian child, and will be a useful reference as the child grows up.

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