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Image for MACKENZIE RIVER TRIBES. (Cover title).

MACKENZIE RIVER TRIBES. (Cover title).

By: (National Museum of Canada).

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Canada: National Museum of Canada, 1938.: 1938.

Seller ID: 95369

Condition: Very good


- Octavo, softcover bound in cream-colored printed wraps. The top 2-1/2 inches of he wraps are detached & their top corners are lightly creased. There is a tiny chip to the front edge of the front wrap. 6 pages. Black-and-white illustrations, including a map showing the territory of the tribes. Very good. National Museum of Canada's guide to the Anthropological Exhibits. Leaflet 3, 1938. Eight tribes shared the basin of Mackenzie River: Chipewyan, Beaver, Sekani, Slave, Yellowknife, Dogrib, Hare and Nathani. Some scholars believe the Mackenzie River natives to be the last people to migrate fro... View more info

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PLAINS INDIANS. (Cover title).

By: (National Museum of Canada).

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Canada: National Museum of Canada, 1938.: 1938.

Seller ID: 95370

Condition: Very good


- Octavo, softcover bound in cream-colored printed wraps. 10 pages. Black-and-white illustrations, including a map showing the territory of the tribes. Very good. National Museum of Canada's guide to the Anthropological Exhibits. Leaflet 4, 1938. "There were five tribes on the plains in the eighteenth century, the Blackfoot, Assiniboine, Sarcee, Gros Ventre, and Kootenay. The Gros Ventre retired southward into the United States about 1899, and the Kootenay crossed the Rocky Mountains into British Columbia; but many Cree Indians, and even some Ojibwa, moved out onto the plains to take their... View more info

Image for THE ALGONKIANS. (Cover title).

THE ALGONKIANS. (Cover title).

By: (National Museum of Canada).

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Canada: National Museum of Canada, 1938.: 1938.

Seller ID: 95274

Condition: Good


- Octavo, softcover bound in cream-colored printed wraps. There are a few marks & small light stains to the wraps. The top 1-1/2 inches & the bottom 1/2 inch of each wrap is detached. 8 pages. Black-and-white illustrations, including a map showing the territories of the tribes. Good. National Museum of Canada's Guide to the Anthropological Exhibits. Leaflet 1, 1938. The Algonkians are original natives of southern Quebec and eastern Ontario in Canada. Most Algonkians live in Quebec. The nine Algonkian tribes in that province and one in Ontario have a combined population of about 11,000. View more info