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Ingalik social culture
by Published for the Department of Anthropology, Yale University by the Yale University Press in New Haven
Written in English
|Series||Yale University publications in anthropology -- no. 53.|
|LC Classifications||E 99 I5 O83 1958|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||289 p. :|
|Number of Pages||289|
|LC Control Number||0 0595612|
Rasmuson Library Tanana Loop PO Box Fairbanks, Alaska [email protected] All of the narratives in Deacon's book were recorded in her home in Grayling, Alaska, an Athabascan community on the Yukon River in interior Alaska. Ingalik social culture (Vol. 53). New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. Osgood, C. (). Ingalik mental culture (Vol. 56). New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. Reyhner, J., & Eder, J. (
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A companion volume to Ingalik Mental Culture and Ingalik Social Culture. Osgood, Cornelius, Ingalik Mental Culture Yale University Publications in Anthropology, # Yale University; New Haven; The beliefs of the Ingalik Athabascans are covered in this companion volume to Ingalik Material Culture and Ingalik Social Culture.
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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Ingalik Mental Culture by Cornelius Berrien Osgood Book Resume: Both men and women recount popular tales of ancient times that describe the origins of social institutions and cultural values, as well as meaningful, sometimes intimate stories about their own lives and families or the history of their people.
Ingalik Material Culture by. defers the problem of the Ingalik’s relation to Northern Athabascan culture in general, nor does he venture into the field of historical reconstruction, while a thorough understanding of Ingalik culture in its totality must await his promised studies of the social and ideational aspects of that culture.
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Mintz has a life history of a Puerto Rican sugar worker in press, and G. Murdock' has just published a book Africa: Its Peoples and their Culture History. Osgood first pub- lished an exhaustive study of Deg Hit'an material culture inwhich continues to be a classic among studies of its kind and has been particularly useful in the preparation of this study.
This im- portant report was followed by equally thorough treatments of mental and social culture (Osgood,). The Athapaskan cultures are likely related to microblade tool horizons, which appeared in Alaska from Asia around B. C., this culture had expanded over much of Alaska and northwestern Canada, areas subsequently occupied by the Northern stic and cultural evidence suggests that the Proto-Athapaskan language was that of an interior hunting people.
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Religion and expressive culture - Ingalik North America. Religious Beliefs. The Ingalik shared the Northern Athapaskan worldview of a universe in which all objects had a spirit or soul, yeg. In the beginning, men, animals, and inanimate objects lived together and shared many traits.
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New Haven: Yale University Publications in An-thropology. No. 56, 9% χ 6% inches, pages, map, 10 text figures. $ This is the third and final monograph of a detailed ethnographic account of the Athapaskan-speaking Ingalik Indians living in the area of the lower Yukon River of Alaska.
Ingalik claim that when traveling they will not abandon living people for any reason. If they did so, others would laugh at them and simply say that they had killed the individuals that they had left. [#4] Cornelius Osgood, Ingalik Social Culture. Yale University Publications in .