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Chipewyans : ND07.

Author: Human Relations Area Files, inc.
Publisher: New Haven, Conn. : Human Relations Area Files, 2001-
Series: EHRAF world cultures., North America.
Edition/Format:   Website : Document   Continually Updated Resource   Computer File : English
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The Chipewyan inhabit the central Canadian Subarctic. This file consists of 58 documents, includes a series of community studies, and provides a fairly complete picture of Chipewyan ethnology ranging in time from the prehistoric period to the 1990s. Major emphasis in the file is on the three communities of Patuanak, Black Lake and Snowdrift.
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Continually Updated Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Human Relations Area Files, inc.
OCLC Number: 51265457
Notes: Title from Web page (viewed Apr. 16, 2008).
This portion of eHRAF world cultures was last updated in 2001 and is a revision and update of the microfiche file, Chipewyan.
Details: Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Contents: Contributions to Chipewyan ethnology / Kaj Birket-Smith --
Ethnoarchaeology of subsistence space and gender ; An ethnoarchaeological approach to Chipewyan adaptations in the late fur trade period ; Woman the hunter / Hetty Jo Brumbach --
Muskox and man in the central Canadian Subarctic / Ernest S. Burch, Jr. --
Chipewyan semantics / Robin Michael Carter --
Territorial expansion of the Chipewyan in the 18th century ; Changes in territory and technology of the Chipewyan / Beryl C. Gillespie --
More on the herd-following hypothesis ; Chipewyan prehistory ; Temporal, archaeological and pedological separation of the Barrenland Arctic Small Tool and Taltheilei Traditions / Bryan C. Gordon --
A journey from Prince of Wales's fort in Hudson's Bay to the Northern Ocean, 1769, 1770, 1771, 1772 / Samuel Hearne --
Always with them either a feast or a famine / June Helm --
Chipewyan ecology / Takashi Irimoto --
Ethnoarchaeology and gender ; The microeconomics of southern Chipewyan fur trade history ; Socio-spatial organization and decision-making processes ; The trappers of Patuanak ; Surviving marriage and marriage as survival in Chipewyan society ; The ubiquitous bushman ; Subarctic Indian trappers and band society ; Recent ethnographic research ; Symbolism and inter-ethnic relations among hunter-gatherers ; The development of pilgrimage in an inter-cultural frontier / Robert Jarvenpa --
Conceptual negativism in Chipewyan ethnology / William W. Koolage, Jr. --
Chipewyan texts / Fang Kuei Li --
Chipewyan tales ; Windigo, a Chipewyan story / Robert H. Lowie --
Chipewyan drift fences and shooting-blinds in the central Barren grounds / David Morrison --
Cultural summary: Chipewyans / Henry S. Sharp and John Beierle --
The transformation of Bigfoot ; Giant fish, giant otters, and dinosaurs ; Introducing the sororate to a northern Saskatchewan Chipewyan village ; Shared experience and magical death ; Memory, meaning, and imaginary time ; Inverted sacrifice ; The power of weakness ; Man, wolf, woman, dog ; The Caribou-eater Chipewyan ; The null case ; Dry meat and gender ; The Chipewyan hunting unit / Henry S. Sharp --
The dynamics of a Dene struggle for self-determination ; Death of a patriarch ; An Athapaskan way of knowing ; Moose-Deer island house people ; Big stone foundations ; The Chipewyan medicine fight in cultural and ecological perspective / David M. Smith --
Chipewyan and Inuit in the central Canadian subarctic, 1613-1977 ; Chipewyan ; The ecological basis of Chipewyan socio-territorialral frontier ; Local band organization of the Caribou-eater Chipewyan ; The emergence of the micro-urban village among the Caribou-eater Chipewyan / James G.E. Smith --
The economy of a frontier community ; The Snowdrift Chipewyan ; The changing culture of the Snowdrift Chipewyan / James W. VanStone.
Series Title: EHRAF world cultures., North America.

Abstract:

The Chipewyan inhabit the central Canadian Subarctic. This file consists of 58 documents, includes a series of community studies, and provides a fairly complete picture of Chipewyan ethnology ranging in time from the prehistoric period to the 1990s. Major emphasis in the file is on the three communities of Patuanak, Black Lake and Snowdrift.

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