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Relocating Eden: The Image and Politics of Inuit Exile in the Canadian Arctic by  Alan Rudolph Marcus - Paperback - 1995 - from David G Anderson Books and Biblio.com

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Relocating Eden: The Image and Politics of Inuit Exile in the Canadian Arctic

by Marcus, Alan Rudolph

Condition: Very Good


Hanover NH: University Press of New England, 1995. 23cm, 272p, "an account of the now-infamous project of the Canadian Government to relocate an Inuit community to the High Arctic in the 1950s. Detailed, and professional including a list of all those involved.". paperback. Very Good.

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