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The newly formed (NWMP) became an important factor in the negotiation process. Following their arrival in 1874 in present-day southwest , the NWMP became influential among the , , , and . Although their role was to restrict Indigenous movement in their reserves, thereby altering their traditional way of life, the police did manage to build relatively positive relationships with Indigenous peoples by driving out American whisky traders. In this police-controlled atmosphere, treaty negotiators and Indigenous leaders signed various treaties.

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Also, as has been stated many times before, the term "Hollywood" does not refer to a geographical location, rather the "American motion picture industry", an industry which has come to be dominated by individuals and/or entities operating out of the Los Angeles city district called Hollywood and surrounding areas (including West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Century City, Burbank, Studio City, Brentwood, Culver City, Pacific Palisades, Santa Monica, etc). Thus, the question "Who controls Hollywood?" as expressed in this chapter and the associated book really means: "Who exercises the most significant influence over the Hollywood-based U.S. film industry today?"

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Joel Kotkin, also writing in 1992, said that "[w]hile movies are no longer, strictly speaking, a 'Jewish' industry, the role of Jews within Hollywood and the related entertainment field remains pervasive. Although virtually all the studios have been bought out by public corporations, foreign investors and individual financiers, most of them non-Jewish, complaints about strong Jewish influence in the industry still crop up, from as diverse sources as Italian film mogul Giancarlo Parretti to black film director Spike Lee and elements of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Although not in control of the media and the arts, as some anti-Semites suggest, Jews clearly possess a disproportionate influence in movies . . . " Kotkin then goes on to point out that "[b]y 1990 the Jewish population in Los Angeles . . . had expanded . . . to some 600,000 . . . " and in " . . . this environment, Jewish performers, producers and other artists are part of a larger community, whose professional base extends well beyond Hollywood."

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Two of the few native-Americans listed in the Katz have a relatively small number of on-screen appearances to show for their careers. For example, actor Victor Daniels (Chief Thundercloud) was a " . . . full-blooded Indian . . . " and first appeared in a Hollywood film in 1930. Although he continued acting until 1952, he only appeared in 15 features plus the Lone Ranger serial. Also, actor Glenn Strange was born in Weed, N.M " . . . of Irish-Cherokee Indian parentage. He appeared in 20 U.S. films in a 23 year period from 1935 through 1958, " . . . often as the bad guy."

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Through a series of treaties, Sir William Johnson, with the help of his consort and adviser, , successfully neutralized the old French-Indigenous alliance during the Seven Years’ War. These treaties guaranteed the protection of Indigenous lands from Anglo-American colonists looking to take over lands north of the border. After the British victory over the French on the , Johnson made agreements with the Seven Nations of Canada (comprising of Mohawk, , Anishinaabeg, and peoples) who inhabited Catholic missions near and along the St. Lawrence Valley (see ), to provide security with regards to their lands, trade and religion. One of these treaties was the in 1760. Another, in the same year, was the , a peace treaty signed by General that was designed to provide the Huron with military protection and other freedoms and rights after the French retreated. The in May 1990 tested the durability of this treaty. In that year, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled in a groundbreaking decision that the and Canadian governments had infringed on the Huron’s rights to their traditional territory, as established by the Murray Treaty of Longueuil. The court ruled that the occupation of the territory in question by the Crown was subject to the rights and customs of the Huron.

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Treaties constitute a thread of continuity woven through the earliest beginnings of the Canadian state until today. However, treaty relationships have looked different over the years. Before the Conquest, treaties helped maintain peace for the purposes of trade and war. From the outset of the Seven Years’ War to the close of the War of 1812 in 1814, Indigenous nations wielded considerable influence due to their diplomacy and skilled fighting forces as well as their knowledge of the terrain and the fact they provided Europeans access to natural resources. Consequently, various Indigenous confederacies rose to prominence on the world stage. In the years to come, however, their influence over colonial officials dwindled as Indigenous populations were reduced by disease and war, and Indigenous peoples were increasingly forced onto reserves. While many treaties were designed to offer certain government protections and assistance for “as long as the sun shines and the water flows,” many consider these broken promises. The descendants of treaty signatories are still trying to protect their territories, using the land claims process and initiating rights-based arguments in court.