Band organization of the Peel River Kutchin
This work, a revision of a Columbia University doctoral dissertation (1959), is based primarily upon information obtained during 18 month's residence among the Peel River Kutchin (Loucheux) Indians in 1938-39 and 1946-47.
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age-grouping Aklavik Anthrop Arctic Red River Athapaskans band assembly beaver hunters Bonnet Plume Bonnet Plume River cabin Canada Canadian caribou hunting ceremonial Chief Julius Crow River culture Dawson dog-teams downriver eastern Kutchin ecology economy Eskimo Euro-American fish camp Fish-Trap Head fur trade gold-rush Gregoire half-breeds Hudson's Bay Company Husky River Indians John Firth Klondike Lake large group leader leadership Loon Feather Loucheux lower Mackenzie lower Peel Mackenzie Delta Mackenzie Eskimo Mark Lawrence marten McPherson meat camp miles moose mountains mouth muskrat Nash natives nineteenth century paired family Peel River band Peel River habitat Peel River Kutchin period Porcupine River potlatch proto-contact Red River Kutchin region Richardson Richardson Mountains season settlement shamans siblings subsistence activities summer tent Tetlit Kutchin tradition trap-line trappers trapping party tribe upper Peel upriver wealth-ranking western Whaleboat White Willie Lake Willie Lake's winter Yukon Flats