Hunting and Trapping, Wildlife
Aboriginal Subsistence and Culture
A high-content page of articles on subsistence hunting and fishing issues, with a particular focus on whaling. (High North).
Animal Rights and Native Culture
A view of native hunting and fishing from an animal rights perspective. Not surprisingly, the author opposes it. (Ted Altar, Archive: Animal Rights Resource Site).
Biological Conservation: Extinction and Depletion from Over-Exploitation
This article presents the evidence for the extinction of certain species through Native American hunting during the late pleistocene, as well as information on buffalo and seal hunting, and the fur trade. (Peter J. Bryant, In Biodiversity and Conservation: A Hypertext Book, 1998).
This site reports on current protest activities against the slaughter of bison that roam outside Yellowstone. Not a Native American site but very current.
European Union's Wild Fur Import Restriction: Impact on Indigenous Canadians
Describes the anticipated impacts on indigenous hunters of the EU's regulation banning pelt imports, effective January 1996. (Richard Maracle, Sponsored by the Old Massett Village Council of Haida Gwaii. Archive: Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, 1996).
Sorry, no date. Early on I was really bad about keeping the information you would need to cite these documents. I think 1994 is a good guess. (Alan Herscovici, Archive: NAE).
Hunting and the Quest for Power: The James Bay Cree and Whitemen in the 20th Century
Discusses hunting, hunting politics and its social and cultural importance to the Cree. (Harvey Feit, In Native Peoples: The Canadian Experience, 2nd ed., R. Bruce Morrison and C. Roderick Wilson, eds. McCelland and Stewart, 1995. Archive: Arctic Circle, 1995).
Inuits Say US Ban Hurts their Livelihood
Native Lore: Eagle Stories
A couple of stories about eagle feathers, including a story about obtaining a feather under the Endangered Species Act.
Review of Wenzel's Animal Rights, Human Rights
The full M.A. exists on-line, search for my name in the bibliographies. (Alx V. Dark, Excerpt from "Rednecks for Wilderness": History and Change in the Earth First! Movement and its Potential for Alliances with American Indian Activists. M.A. thesis, New York University. Archive: NAE, 1993).
Save the Seals and Damn the Natives: Faulty Notions of "Tradition" in the Anti-Sealing Movement
"Following protests from animal-rights and environmental groups, the EU banned sealskin trading, disrupting and sometimes devastating the economies of indigenous Arctic groups. This paper shows that the EU ban is based on an unrealistic, romantic definition of 'traditional hunting.'" (Grete K. Hovelsrud-Broda, Active Voices: The On-line Journal of Cultural Survival. Adapted from Research in Economic Anthropology 18).
Subsistence Hunting in a Global Economy: Contributions of Northern wildlife Co-Management to Community Economic Development
(Gary Kofinas, Making Waves: A Newsletter for Community Economic Development Practitioners in Canada 4(3). Archive: Arctic Circle, 1993).
Subsistence in Alaska: A Briefing Paper
Discusses the Alaskan Native Claims Settlement Act, tribal sovereignty and wildlife resource management at length. (Alaska Fish and Wildlife Conservation Fund and the Alaska Outdoor Council, Archive: Alaska Outdoor Council, 1995).
Technical Abstracts on Subsistence
This list was generated with Internet Assistant for Word 2, and it shows. It has also been around awhile. But you should look at it if your concern is subsistence practices in Alaskait contains information about Alaskan Native communities. (Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Subsistence).
Voices of the Wintercount
Covers the slaughter of bison that roam outside of Yellowstone, as well as many other land and treaty issues. (1997-).