7-4 Spring 1996 “Wildlife Management” Table of Contents

Feb 15th, 1996 | By | Category: 7-4: Wildlife Management, Archives

7-4 SPRING 1996

Features

Blessings From Our Four-Legged Friends
By Lucille Victor-Benally TCJ PAID CONTENT

Science Should Serve the Community
By Michael J. Hill TCJ PAID CONTENT

Return of the Buffalo: The efforts to restore bison to Native Americans
By David Cournoyer TCJ PAID CONTENT

To Please the Animal Master: The Innu hunting way of life
By Stephen Loring TCJ PAID CONTENT

John-Pierre Ashini: Innu Hunter & Teacher
By Marjane Ambler TCJ PAID CONTENT

Caribou Dreams
By Pien Shunimau (1905-1989)
(As told to his grandson, John-Pierre Ashini) TCJ PAID CONTENT

Biology with an Ojibwe Component
By Marjane Ambler TCJ PAID CONTENT

DEPARTMENTS

Dear Readers: Learning a Little About Our Readership
By Marjane Ambler

Editor’s Essay: Can Native & Western Wildlife Managers Find Common Ground?
By Marjane Ambler

Kelly Morgan: Navajo Renaissance Man
By Gail Burke TCJ PAID CONTENT

Haskell Offers Indigenous Economics Course
By Hannes Combest TCJ PAID CONTENT

Research: Native American Students Define Factors for Success
By Terri L. Wenzlaff and Anne Biewer TCJ PAID CONTENT

Tribal College News

Resource Guide

Book Reviews
By Sara Wiles

ON THE COVER: Qw’ch’enech (killer whale) is the work of artist Candy Solomon. A member of the Lummi Tribe, Solomon is a graduate of Northwest Indian College. After leaving to earn her bachelor of arts degree, she has returned to work for Northwest Indian College Foundation. The killer whale (orca) has traveled as a companion with the Lummi people for many generations.

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