Lillooet Tribal Council - Declaration of The Lillooet Tribe, 1911

Declaration of The Lillooet Tribe, 1911

The formal beginnings of the modern Lillooet Tribal Council are to be found in the Declaration of the Lillooet Tribe of 1911, which asserted the sovereignty of the St'at'imcets-speaking communities and disputed recent pre-emptions of land at Seton Portage by white settlers.

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