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The American Indians:
Hunters Of The Northern Forest
By: Time-Life Books
This volume is one of a series of twenty-four from Time-Life Books that chronicles the history and culture of the Native Americans. Hunters of the Northern Forest focuses on the indigenous people that occupied northern Canada and central Alaska, just below the Arctic Circle. Lavishly illustrated, it describes the diverse history, lifestyle, customs and cultures of the Athapaskan speaking tribes (Chipewyan, Beaver, Carrier, Sekani, Slavey, Dogrib, Yellowknife, Han, Hare, Kutchin, Ahtna, Tanana, Koyukon and Ingalik) as well as the Algonquian speakers (Cree, Objibwa, Montagnais, Naskapi and Beothuk).
1A Life Attuned to the Seasons20
2A Shattering of Age-Old Traditions80
3Reshaping the Indian's World134
* Essays *Resourceful People in a Rugged Land6On The Trail of the Beaver64Good Hunting With Help from the Spirits72Alliance of Two Bloods122Mask Dance of the Ingalik172
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Collect all 24 volumes to complete the entire series!
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