Published On: May 1st, 2004
Author: Eric Mclay, Kelly Bannister, Lea Joe, Brian Thom, and George Nicholas
Full Citation: McLay, E., K. Bannister, L. Joe, B. Thom, and G. Nicholas, 2004. “’A’lhut tu tet Sulhween ‘Respecting the Ancestors’: Report of the Hul’qumi’num Heritage Law Case Study,” research report prepared for the Project for Protection of First Nation Cultural Heritage in Canada, University of Alberta.
This study explores Central Coast Salish Hul’qumi’num customary laws and concerns about the protection of their archaeological heritage. It aspired to facilitate respect for, and understanding of, Hul’qumi’num concepts of cultural property and heritage laws and to express the importance of protecting heritage places and objects for future generations.
This report includes further summary, as well as contextual documents to support this research.