2 edition of Athapaskan type of knife found in the catalog.
Athapaskan type of knife
Rogers, Edward S.
Bibliography: p. 14-16.
|Statement||by Edward S. Rogers.|
|Series||Anthropology papers / National Museum of Canada -- no. 9, Anthropology papers (Ottawa, Ont.) -- no. 9|
|Contributions||National Museum of Canada.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16 p. :|
|Number of Pages||16|
"Follows the Northern Cheyenne people with Dull Knife, Little Wolf, Little Chief, and Two Moons before removal from their Powder River homeland and traces their use of kin-based mechanisms to navigate U.S. colonial policy, particularly during removal and the early reservation period."--Provided by publisher. Apr 11, · So this is kind of cool - I learned about a new type of artifact this week. One of the artifacts in the Cape Krusenstern collection is a tci-tho slate scraper. I hadn't heard of them before, but I did a little digging and apparently the name comes from hide-working tools used by Athapaskan peoples, who are spread over the northwestern part of North America.
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An Athapaskan Type of Knife. Rogers, Edward S. Published by National Museum of Canada, Ottawa. Used thousand, or one in twelve, served in an active theatre of operations, for which a campaign medal was awarded. This book consists of the reminiscences of twenty-three of these men, who each served in one, or in some cases two, of the six.
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