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Bear Lake Athapaskan Kinship and Task Group Formation.
National Museums of Canada. National Museum of Man, Canadian Ethnology Service.
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Bear Bear Lake Athapaskan Kinship and Task Group Formation. book Athapaskan kinship and task group formation Book Description: An examination of the influence of bilateral kinship principles on the social organization of the Sahtúgot’ine (Bear Lake People), a Northeastern Athapaskan group.
An examination of the influence of bilateral kinship principles on the social organization of the Sahtúgot’ine (Bear Lake People), a Northeastern Athapaskan group.
The recognition that factors other than kinship and marriage are also pertinent to an understanding of Sahtúgot’ine social organization has ramifications with respect to traditional Northeastern Athapaskan bands. Bear Lake Athapaskan kinship and task group formation.
by Scott. Rushforth (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Author: Scott. Rushforth. Get this from a library. Bear Lake Athapaskan kinship and task group formation. [Scott Rushforth; Project Muse.]. Bear Lake people, Sahtugot'inc, are a group of northeastern Athapaskan Indians who reside in Fort Franklin, NWT.
Contains a cultural description of kinship, friendship and the formation of task groups such as fishing, hunting and trapping parties. Bear Lake Athapaskan kinship and task group formation Scott Rushforth （Mercury series = Collection Mercure） （Paper / Canadian Ethnology Service = Dossier / Service canadien d'ethnologie, no.
96） National Museums of Canada, The book of Dene: containing the traditions and beliefs of Chipewyan, Dogrib, Slavey, and Loucheux peoples / translated from French and compared with versions in the original tongues by Programme Development Division, Department of Education, Yellowknife, N.W.T.
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96 BEAR LAKE ATHAPASKAN KINSHIP AND TASK GROUP FORMATION by Scott Rushforth (). pages, 11 figures, 16 tables. 97 EDWARD SAPIR'SCORRESPONDENCE: An Alphabetical and Chronological Inventory, Edited by Louise Dallaire ().
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