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Ethnoarchaeological and cultural frontiers

by Robert Jarvenpa | 01 January 1989
Hardback
A novel blend of ethnoarchaeology, ecological-economic anthropology, and interethnic analysis distinguishes this book. Drawing upon years of field research, the authors integrate both Indian and European views of the past as well as ethnographic and archaeological visions of reality for the Chipewyan, Cree and Metis peoples. How these societies adapted to the subarctic environment of north-central Canada, to a maturing and declining fur market economy, and to each other in recent history is imaginatively revealed. The result is a compelling picture of the cultural and behavioral interface of hunters, laborers and traders during the twilight of the northern fur trade.
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A novel blend of ethnoarchaeology, ecological-economic anthropology, and interethnic analysis distinguishes this book. Drawing upon years of field research, the authors integrate both Indian and European views of the past as well as ethnographic and archaeological visions of reality for the Chipewyan, Cree and Metis peoples. How these societies adapted to the subarctic environment of north-central Canada, to a maturing and declining fur market economy, and to each other in recent history is imaginatively revealed. The result is a compelling picture of the cultural and behavioral interface of hunters, laborers and traders during the twilight of the northern fur trade.
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A novel blend of ethnoarchaeology, ecological-economic anthropology, and interethnic analysis distinguishes this book. Drawing upon years of field research, the authors integrate both Indian and European views of the past as well as ethnographic and archaeological visions of reality for the Chipewyan, Cree and Metis peoples. How these societies adapted to the subarctic environment of north-central Canada, to a maturing and declining fur market economy, and to each other in recent history is imaginatively revealed. The result is a compelling picture of the cultural and behavioral interface of hunters, laborers and traders during the twilight of the northern fur trade.

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Ethnoarchaeological and cultural frontiers

ISBN9780820406848

FormatHardback

Publisher (01 January. 1989)

No. of Pages325

Weight520

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 156 x 225