by Dene Nation .
Written in English
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The Northwest Territories (abbr. NT or NWT) is a federal territory of a land area of approximately 1,, km 2 (, sq mi) and a census population of 41,, it is the second-largest and the most populous of the three territories in Northern Canada. Its estimated population as of is 44, Yellowknife became the territorial capital in , following recommendations Capital: Yellowknife. Denendeh (Land of the People) - Kindle edition by Elizabeth Trotter. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Denendeh (Land of the People). The back of the book is a chronology from to when the original Indian Brotherhood of the Northwest Territories was formed, to its 15th anniversary in Fep and bep show a map of Denendeh, in the Arctic Circle - pg. Seller Inventory # The people of Denendeh: ethnohistory of the Indians of Canada's Northwest Territories User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Anthropologist Helm (Prophecy and Power Among the Dogrib Indians) brings 50 years of experience and observations of the Dene, the Athapaskan-speaking natives of the Mackenzie River drainage in the Read full review.
1 HORDE, BAND, AND TRIBE SEEN FROM DENENDEH, AN INTRODUCTION 1 HORDE, BAND, AND TRIBE SEEN FROM DENENDEH, AN INTRODUCTION (pp. ) In the young Franz Boas ( ) attacked the notion that the evolutionary “primitiveness” of American Indian languages was revealed in their alleged. Read "Denendeh (Land of the People)" by Elizabeth Trotter available from Rakuten Kobo. This story is a heady mix of human drama, adventure, passion, murder, and love between a Brand: Authorhouse UK. “The People of Denendeh is an exciting volume. It is certain to become a valuable overview of and sourcebook on the history, society, and culture of the Mackenzie drainage Athapaskans, or Dene, especially the Slaveys and Dogribs, among whom Helm has devoted decades of innovative field research.”—Robert Jarvenpa, author of Northern Passage: Ethnography and Apprenticeship among . Table of Contents Contents Preface Orthography Names of Communities in Denendeh 1. Horde, Band, and Tribe Seen From Denendeh, an Introduction Part I: Community and Livelihood at Midcentury The Bush Community The Trading Fort The Household Living in and off the Land Fish Consumption Rabbits Caribou Mode and Standard of Living Economic Problems Part II: Looking Back Brand: University of Iowa Press.
The bush Indian of the Canadian North—who comes to the fort only for trade and Treaty—is disappearing. Especially since World War II, increasing job opportunities and the lure of various Euro-Canadian comforts and services have accelerated the movement of the Indians of the Northwest Territories into the white-centered towns as permanent residents in permanent dwellings. Get this from a library! Denendeh: a Dene celebration. [René Fumoleau; Dene Nation.;] -- Published to mark the 15th anniversary of the Dene organization. Excerpts from the writings of the Dene and Father Fumoleau's photographs () capture the spirit of this people. North Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland, USA +1 () [email protected] © Project MUSE. Produced by Johns Hopkins University Press in collaboration with The Sheridan by: "In Denendeh, we explain our history and culture, we express our wish to live on our land in peace, and like other people of the world, we ask that our right to control our own future be respected. Book Condition Report.