|Title||" Handicapped by distance and transportation": Indigenous Relocation, Modernity and Time-Space Expansion|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2005|
|Keywords||Cultural identity, Environmental health, Government agencies, Native North Americans, Relocation|
Raibmon discusses how relocation due to government pressures of the Mowachaht and Muchalaht tribes in British Columbia, Canada simultaneously benefitted and victimized North American natives. The relocation proved disastrous in terms of cultural disruption and environmental health.