- 80 pages
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- 7.0 x 10.0 inches
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Anthropology, Indigenous Peoples, Alaska, Northern Canada, Reference, Social Science, Ethnic Studies
Athapaskan Matriliny and Trade in Canada and Alaska
Wayne W Allen
Why did native hunters in the wilds of northern B.C, the Yukon and Alaska trace their ancestry through the mother’s side of the family? The author has given a definitive answer to this question which has long puzzled scholars and others.
Wayne W. Allen was born in Ottawa, the capital of Canada and graduated from North Grenville District High School in Kemptville, Ontario. He has a B.A. and M.A. in Social Anthropology from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, a Diploma in Public Administration from Carleton Univerity and a Diploma in Business from Algonquin College in Ottawa. He has worked as a teacher in Quebec, the Bahamas, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan before going into computer operations and retiring from IBM Ottawa in 2009. The author is currently retired and living with his wife in Ottawa.
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