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Week 3 Reading Notes

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Succinct summaries for week 3 of the course pertaining to indigenous sovereignty.

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Common law Aboriginal Australians Sovereignty Milirrpum v Nabalco Pty Ltd Tribe Aboriginal title Australian Aboriginal Sovereignty
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‐ structures of Australian govt derived their legitimacy form the sovereignty of the British parliament and the imperial crown -­‐ there was legal and geopolitical diversity across the Australian mainland when the British arrived -­‐ governors didn't seek to conclude treaties with local groups to secure co-­‐ existence and land for colonization but instead asserted sovereignty -­‐ they then proceeded to appropriate land for the crown or grant it to settlers and freed convicts -­‐ In NA treaties were entered from the early decades of the colonial period -­‐ Governmental structure established by the US also recognised the structures of the native American tribes which were conceived of as ‘domestic dependent nations’-­‐-­‐-­‐> wri...
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