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Algonquian

(ălgŏng`kēən, –kwēən), branch of the Algonquian-Wakashan linguistic family of North America. See Native American languagesNative American languages,
languages of the native peoples of the Western Hemisphere and their descendants. A number of the Native American languages that were spoken at the time of the European arrival in the New World in the late 15th cent.
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The Ojibwa (Anishnabe) are one of the largest Native tribes of North America, and the principal nation in the Algonkian linguistic family, inhabiting vast areas of the North American forests, lakes and prairies.
Bailey, The Conflict of European and Eastern Algonkian Cultures (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1937).
Se trata de casos etnograficos por los que busca la identificacion de las sociedades que describe, y entre los que se encuentran: Eskimo, Athabaskan, Shoshone, Algonkians, Iroquois, Hopi, Navaho, Apache (norte de America), Ona, Yahgan, Guarani, Bororo (sur de America), Pygmies, Bushmen, Nuer, Mongo (Africa), Semang, Andaman, Soyot, Samoyed (Asia), los australianos, entre otros.
The Principle Compeonents Analysis program evidences that the major differences are between the North-Central North America (with Sioux and Algonkians at the extreem9 and Amazonia.
Section 2 enters more into detail on the missions among the eastern Iroquoian tribes, the Algonkians, and the Muskogeans of the American southeast.
A link-up with the Seneca gave the Mohawk a much stronger defensive posture by securing their rear and flanks, as well as the means to successfully turn the tables on the Algonkians by more than tripling their numbers.
Yuwipi, for example, the seance practice of the Lakota, and the Ojibwe shaking tent (Hallowell 1942) are very close to Subarctic shamanism (Grim 1983); the powows of New England Algonkians probably would be another example.
The Mythology of the Northern and Northeastern Algonkians In Reference to Algonkian Mythology as a Whole (pp.
The petroglyphs are generally believed to have been made by Algonkians, more than a thousand years ago.
1985a [1917], << Game Totems Among the Northeastern Algonkians >> : 9-18 (pagination du texte original), in E.
Report prepared for the Algonkians of Barriere lake and the Secretariat Trilateral.
Thus, I suggest that for Algonkians, like the Odawa, the central purpose of each person is to behave morally in order to uphold pimadaziwin on a collective level of positive interpersonal relations.