A further chapter deals with beadwork produced by Native peoples of the Canadian Subarctic, including the Northern Athapaskans
, the Cree, and the Metis, the "flower beadwork people" of mixed Native and European heritage who in many respects epitomize the development of floral beadwork in the nineteenth century.
It is not known if these societies were displaced by the expansion of the Dena'ina Athapaskans
into the Cook Inlet regions around 1000 A.
For his study of the interaction between the early Spanish conquerors and the Athapaskan
and Puebloan Indians of the Southwest, Carter (history, South Texas College, McAllen) begins with the first settlements of the Athapaskans
shortly after the end of the last ice age.
The "Berdache"/"Two-Spirit": A Comparison of Anthropological and Native Constructions of Gendered Identities among Northern Athapaskans
Goulet, "The 'Berdache'/'Two-Spirit': A Comparison of Anthropological and Native Constructions of Gendered Identities Among the Northern Athapaskans
," Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute n.
The Missions of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate to the Athapaskans
, 1846-1870, Winnipeg, University of Manitoba.
in history from the University of Manitoba where her 1981 doctoral thesis, "The Missions of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate to the Athapaskans
, 1846-1870," became a standard reference.
In the third book, the prologue harks back to Reynold's National Geographic article on the Athapaskans
, where he describes an older woman named Ellen Peters who, according to custom, took plates of food and bottles of whiskey to the graves of her children, several of whom had died in alcohol-related deaths.
Julie Cruickshank's Life Lived Like a Story (1991) is not listed under Gender, but under Northern Athapaskans
Mishler assesses the impact of the festival in bringing together musicians formerly isolated from each other in terms of musical convergence, new prestige and better pay for fiddlers, and in helping to create a new musical solidarity among Upriver and Downriver Athapaskans
Speck reports moosehair embroidery as a decorative art form from the Northern Athapaskans
in the Canadian Subarctic to the Iroquoian and Wabanaki groups in the Northeast.
541), living in mobile groups much like modern Athapaskans
, and subsisting on large game in interior locations (p.