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I am thus considered to be a “full blood” Indian, also known as R(1) status.
This means that even if I married a white guy, my children will have Indian status and be considered “50% First Nations,” also known as R(2) despite that fact that their actual blood quantum will be 25%. Her mother was reinstated Indian status after the amended the existing law with Bill C-31, which affected Indian women who married non-Indians, who were then reinstated and granted Indian status after their disenfranchisement.
In northern Australia there are numerous sandstone rock-shelters.
Many of these have been used for camping and their floors are layered with charcoal and ash from camp fires, the remains of food such as shells and animal bones, stone tools and, very often, pieces of ochre.
For Lisa Charleyboy, issues of dating and marriage are complex.
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