Dane-zaa Stories & Songs: Chief Gerry Attachie, describing how he and the band won compensation for the loss of IR-172, the former Montney Reserve. Hanás̱ Saahgéʔ (Doig River), 2005.

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Chief Gerry Attachie, describing how he and the band won compensation for the loss of IR-172, the former Montney Reserve. Hanás̱ Saahgéʔ (Doig River), 2005.

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Chief Gerry Attachie, describing how he and the band won compensation for the loss of IR-172, the former Montney Reserve. Hanás̱ Saahgéʔ (Doig River), 2005.

Description:
Gerry Attachie describes how he and the band successfully negotiated compensation for the loss of their reserve, IR-172, at Gat Tah Kwą̂ (Montney). He talks about how the Band's administrative and cultural centre was built with this money, and his hope for the survival of the Dane-zaa/Beaver language. Doig River First Nation Cultural Centre, 2005. Catalog # DZVMCDV-7-22-05-01.

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