Where the river ends contested indigeneity in the mexican colorado delta shaylih muehlmann on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers living in the northwest of mexico the cucap people have relied on fishing as a means of subsistence for generations. The colorado river was once the north american nile a large and powerful river that rose in high mountains and then carried water 1450 miles through the desert to a massive fertile delta the united states began damming the river in the 1930s. She grew up between stretches of life spent in canada rural maine and the desert north of mexico her first book where the river ends is about life at the end of the colorado river where the river no longer reaches t. On the cover of shaylih muehlmanns book where the river ends is a photograph of an abandoned fishing boat lying in a dry riverbed the haunting image has bec. Get this from a library where the river ends contested indigeneity in the mexican colorado delta shaylih muehlmann where the river ends examines the response of the cucap people of mexicos northwest coast to the states claim that they are not indigenous enough to merit the special fishing rights which
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