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Indians, animals, and the fur trade : a critique of Keepers of the game

Indians, animals, and the fur trade : a critique of Keepers of the game

Author: Shepard Krech
Publisher: Athens : University of Georgia Press, 2008, ©1987.
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Named Person: Calvin Martin
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Shepard Krech
ISBN: 9780820331508 0820331503
OCLC Number: 221148492
Notes: Paperback edition, 1987; paperback reissue 2008--Title page verso.
"Initial versions of these papers were presented in the symposium, 'Ethnohistorical perspectives on Keepers of the game, ' at the twenty-seventh annual meeting of the American Society for Ethnohistory, Albany, N.Y., October 11-14, 1979"--Introd., notes, p. 9
Description: 207 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: The war between Indians and animals / Calvin Martin --
Ontario native people and the epidemics of 1634-1640 / Bruce G. Trigger --
Northeastern Indian concepts of conservation and the fur trade: a critique of Calvin Martin's thesis / Charles A. Bishop --
Keepers of the game and the nature of explanation / Dean R. Snow --
"Throwing bad medicine": sorcery, disease, and the fur trade among the Kutchin and other Northern Athapaskans / Shepard Krech III --
The nature of evil: of whales and sea otters / Lydia T. Black --
Why the Southeastern Indians slaughtered deer / Charles M. Hudson, Jr. --
Animals and disease in Indian belief / William C. Sturtevant --
Comment / Calvin Martin.
Responsibility: edited by Shepard Krech III.


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