(2.) Cruikshank (2005:3), for example, describes Tlingit and Athapaskans
as regarding glaciers as 'animate' and even as making 'moral judgements' and 'punishing infractions'.
(16) Krech, III, "'Throwing Bad Medicine': Sorcery, Disease and the Fur Trade among the Kutchin and other Northern Athapaskans
," in Indians, Animals and the Fur Trade: A Critique of Keepers of the Game, ed.
Carolyn Podruchny, "Werewolves and Windigos: Narratives of Cannibal Monsters in French-Canadian Voyageur Oral Tradition" (2004) 51:4 Ethnohistory 677; Robin Ridington, "Wechuge and Windigo: A Comparison of Cannibal Belief among Boreal Forest Athapaskans
and Algonquians" in Robin Ridington, ed, Little Bit Know Something: Stories in a Language of Anthropology (Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 1990) 160; Nathan D Carlson, "Reviving Witiko (Windigo): An Ethnohistory of 'Cannibal Monsters' in the Athabasca District of Northern Alberta, 1878-1910" (2009) 56:3 Ethnohistory 355.
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.D.
Cultural persistence: Continuity in meaning and moral responsibility among the Bearlake Athapaskans
. Tuscon: University of Arizona Press.
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
. The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 2.4: 683-699.
The Bristol Bay region is home to a diverse community of Aleut, Yup'ik Eskimos and Dena'ina Athapaskans
, who lead a unique subsistence lifestyle; OPPOSITE: chum (dog) salmon and sockeye (red) salmon hangs from a drying rack at the fishing camp.
Some will read Rogue Diamonds: Northern Riches on Dene Land as innocence (the Dene people, Athapaskans
, whose language we English know as "Chipewyan") in a fallen world that falls farther as wealth tempts all and breaks the hearts of the old chiefs.