Indigenous Communities in Canada: Dene First Nations, paper ed

$13.25

Indigenous Communities in Canada: Dene Nations is an elementary level information book from Beech Street Books about the past and present-day culture and history of the Northern people known as the Dene Nation.  Influenced by the climate and land along Northern Manitoba, the Prairies and Northern British Colombia, the Yukon and Northwest Territories the Dene developed rich societies. The text uses colour images and simple content that introduces primary and junior level students to the family, cultural traditions, and daily life of these remarkable people.

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Indigenous Communities in Canada: Dene First Nations, hardcover ed

$28.25

Indigenous Communities in Canada: Dene Nations is an elementary level information book from Beech Street Books about the past and present-day culture and history of the Northern people known as the Dene Nation.  Influenced by the climate and land along Northern Manitoba, the Prairies and Northern British Colombia, the Yukon and Northwest Territories the Dene developed rich societies. The text uses colour images and simple content that introduces primary and junior level students to the family, cultural traditions, and daily life of these remarkable people.

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When You Sing It Now, Just Like New: First Nations Poetics, Voices, and Representations, paper ed

$38.50

When You Sing It Now, Just Like New: First Nations Poetics, Voices, and Representations is a collection of essays about stories: about hearing, sharing, and recording them, and sometimes even becoming characters in them. These essays, which contextualize stories within anthropology, flow from Robin Ridington and Jillian Ridington's decades of work with the Athapaskan-speaking Dane-zaa people, who live in Canada's Peace River area. The essays in part 1 feature the Ridingtons' audio work as well as Jillian's reflections on her relationships with Dane-zaa women.

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Trail to Heaven: Knowledge and Narrative in a Northern Native Community, paper ed OUT OF PRINT

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Trail to Heaven: Knowledge and Narrative in a Northern Native Community is part ethnography of the Dunne-za, or Beaver Indians, of British Columbia, and part memoir of anthropologist Robin Ridington. The author explores the worldview and translates the personal narratives and traditional stories of his Dunne-za friends in this volume published in 1988. LIMITED QUANTITY

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