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Contributions to Canadian ethnology, 1975

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365 pages14 hours

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This volume contains a collection of seven ethnological papers. Gordon M. Day discusses the problem of improperly documented museum specimens; David Damas describes the construction of a Netsilik sled; E. Y. Arima and E. C. Hunt describe the creation of modern Kwakiutl curio masks; Mary Lee Stearns writes about the relevance of life cycle rituals to understanding contemporary Haida culture; J. G. E. Smith talks about the western Woods Cree; while Beryl C. Gillespie discusses the Yellowknife Natives of the North West Territories; and E. S. Rogers offers a historical examination of the Algonkians of southern Ontario.

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