The concluding chapter serves as a review of the other chapters. Here it highlights the main points that were made about the land claims, the various definitions of territories, the categorization of race and ethnicity, and the importance of categorization to state power. The chapter also considers the possible implications these claims and territories will have in the future and forwards new avenues for research into this topic. It concludes that the spaces and places that were represented by property relations are the ones that helped make the state's transformation not only apparent, but also negotiated on.
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