Hetty Jo Brumbach
Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing Inc. (January 1, 1989)
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a unique mix of ethnoarchaeology, ecological-economic anthropology, and interethnic research distinguishes this publication. Drawing upon years of box study, the authors combine either Indian and ecu perspectives of the prior in addition to ethnographic and archaeological visions of truth for the Chipewyan, Cree and Métis peoples. How those societies tailored to the subarctic setting of north-central Canada, to a maturing and declining fur marketplace economic climate, and to one another in contemporary background is imaginatively printed. the result's a compelling photograph of the cultural and behavioral interface of hunters, employees and investors through the twilight of the northern fur alternate.