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Western Apache Heritage: People of the Mountain Corridor

Richard J. Perry - History - 2014
Mention "Apaches," and many Anglo-Americans picture the "marauding savages" of western movies or impoverished reservations beset by a host of social problems. But, like most ...
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Taqagmiut [i.e. Takamiut] Eskimo Kinship Terminology

Nelson H. H. Graburn - Eskimos - 1964 - 222 pages
Errata note: substitute "Takamiut" for "Taqagmiut". Thesis from the University of Chicago investigates the relationships between the system of kinship terminology and other ...
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Social Structure

George Peter Murdock - Anthropology - 1949 - 387 pages
Cross cultural survey of 250 societies (including 7 Australian); p.51-54; Australian bi-linear kin groups, i.e. sections; sample societies; Aranda, Dieri, Kamilaroi, Kariera ...
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The Trail of the Hare: Environment and Stress in a Sub-Arctic Community

Joel S. Savishinsky - Social Science - 1994 - 294 pages
Ethnographic study of the Kawchodinne or Hare Indians from the village of Colville Lake, NWT.
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Blood and semen: kinship systems of Highland New Guinea

Edwin A. Cook, Denise O'Brien - Business & Economics - 1980 - 511 pages
Trade and foreign direct investment can have a positive effect on the environment
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Crow-Omaha: New Light on a Classic Problem of Kinship Analysis

Thomas R. Trautmann, Peter M. Whiteley - Social Science - 2012 - 348 pages
Why do people in a few societies scattered around the globe call relatives of different generations by the same terms? This question has perplexed anthropologists since 1871. A ...
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Best Left as Indians: Native-white Relations in the Yukon Territory, 1840-1973

Ken S. Coates, Kenneth Coates - History - 1993 - 356 pages
The indigenous population, Coates stresses, has not been passive in the face of expansion by whites. He argues that Native people have played a major role in shaping the ...
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