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The Sixth Algonquian Conference was held in Ottawa, October 4-6, 1974. It was an inter-disciplinary conference embracing archaeology, history, ethnography and linguistics, and this collection comprises most of the papers presented.

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  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright
  2. pp. i-ii
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. iii-v
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  1. Introduction
  2. William Cowan
  3. pp. 1-2
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  1. New Resources for Comparative Work in Algonkian Languages
  2. John Hewson
  3. pp. 3-9
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  1. Linguistic Speculation on the Pre-history of the Cheyenne People
  2. Dan Alford
  3. pp. 10-29
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  1. The Western Area Algonkians
  2. K.C.A. Dawson
  3. pp. 30-41
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  1. Potowatomi Leadership Roles: On Okama and Other Influential Personages
  2. James A. Clifton
  3. pp. 42-99
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  1. Archaeological and Ethno-historical Data Bearing on the Southern Boundary of Algonkian Indian Occupation
  2. Thomas C. Loftfield
  3. pp. 100-111
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  1. Notes on Anglo-Algonkian Contacts 1605-1624
  2. Phillip L. Barbour
  3. pp. 112-127
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  1. Fox Social Organization 1650-1850
  2. Ives Goddard
  3. pp. 128-140
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  1. Membertou's Raid on the Chouacoet "Almouchiquois"--The Micmac Sack of Saco in 1607; English Translation of Marc Lescarbot
  2. Alvin H. Morrison
  3. pp. 141-179
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  1. The Edison Insight and the Williams Materials
  2. George F. Aubin
  3. pp. 180-195
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  1. The Origin of the Speakers of the Severn Dialect
  2. Charles A. Bishop
  3. pp. 196-208
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  1. Fur Traders, Racial Categories, and Kinship Networks
  2. Jennifer Brown
  3. pp. 209-222
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  1. Fur Trapping and Food Sharing in Fort George, Québec
  2. Brian Craik
  3. pp. 223-236
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  1. Diminutive Consonant Symbolism in Algonquian
  2. David H. Pentland
  3. pp. 237-252
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  1. Prospero in New England: the Puritan Missionary as Colonist
  2. Neal Salisbury
  3. pp. 253-273
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  1. The European Failure to Convert the Indians: an Autopsy
  2. James Axtell
  3. pp. 274-290
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  1. The Hidden Feast: Eating and Ideology Among the Mistassini Cree
  2. Adrian Tanner
  3. pp. 291-313
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  1. La Geographie: Noyau du Savoir Montagnais sur l'Environnement Physique
  2. José Mailhot
  3. pp. 314-323
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  1. Eastern Cree Community in Relation to Fur Trade Post in the 1830's: The Background of the Posting Process
  2. Richard J . Preston
  3. pp. 324-335
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  1. Semantic Organization in Relation to the Traditional Algonquian Economy
  2. J . Peter Denny
  3. pp. 336-343
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  1. Sur la Dialectologie Phonologique du Montagnais
  2. Lynn Drapeau, Alan Ford, et Micheline Noreau-Hébert
  3. pp. 344-361
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  1. Rock Art: A Metalinguistic Interpretation of the Algonkian Word for Stone
  2. C.J. Wheeler and A.P. Buchner
  3. pp. 362-371
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  1. Early Merrimack Toponymy
  2. Gordon M. Day
  3. pp. 372-394
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Additional Information

ISBN
9781772821857
MARC Record
OCLC
1132224739
Pages
399
Launched on MUSE
2020-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
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