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Social and economic change among the northern Ojibwa.
R. W. Dunning
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Social relations between human beings and other than humans are of cardinal significance in understanding the Ojibwa world. Hallowell, A. Irving. "Ojibwa Personality and Acculturation." In Beyond the Frontier, Social Processes and Cultural Change edited by Paul Bohannan and Fred Plog. Garden City, NY: Natural History Press, Location and historical happenstance dictated whether Ojibwa families suffered such pressures. As noted earlier, Fair Wind's father's polygynous family flourished beyond missionary reach for several more decades, and polygyny continued among the northern Ojibwa until the late s (Hallowell ).
Field-work1 was conducted for several summer periods and one complete year (–5) among the northern Ojibwa at Pekangekum. Pekangekum is situated in north-western Ontario (52 degrees north. "Some Implications of Economic Change in Northern Ojibwa Social Structure", Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science, XXIV (November, ), DUHNIKG, R. W. Social and Economic Change Among; the Northern
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R.M. Dun ning, University of Toronto Press,X, pp. 30 plates, 16 line drawings. $ Dr. R.W. Dunning in "Social and Economic Change among the Northern Ojibwa" offers a major work and interpretation of the Ojibwa of northern Ontario. Fur trapping and trading remained an important source of income among the Northern Ojibwa until the mid-twentieth century.
Division of Labor. Men and women shared responsibility for numerous economic activities, such as fishing and trapping, and sometimes cooperated in the same tasks, such as canoe construction.
Social and economic change among the northern Ojibwa / Robert William Dunning Supplementary bibliography of works by A.
Irving Hallowell / Raymond D. Fogelson The Saulteux Indians about / Peter Grant Group identities in the boreal forest / Adolph M. Greenberg. Since first contact with Europeans some years ago, the social and economic life of the Ojibwa Indians has been greatly transformed.
This study, which focuses in large part on the Osnaburgh House village, ' examines in detail the successive eras of change and adaptation among the Northern Ojibwa through the extensive and critical use of achival materials.
Among eighteenth-century Southeastern Ojibwa and Southwestern Chippewa, bands numbered several hundred people; among the Northern Ojibwa, bands were smaller, with about fifty to seventy-five members. Plains Ojibwa bands were loose, shifting units. Political Organization.
In the sense used by Fred Eggan, “Social Anthropology: Methods and Results”, in his edition of Social Anthropology of North American Tribes (2nd ed., Chicago, ), pp. –1, referring to the changes in the kinship structure of the Cree and Ojibwa after their movement out onto the edge of the plains where they found that their old social organization was inadequate.
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Social and Economic Change among the Northern Ojibwa. DUNNING. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, xiv, pp., 16 figures, 26 tables, 29 photo- graphs.
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Dunning, R. Social and Economic Change Among the Northern Ojibwa, (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, ; reprinted ). to top of page / A-Z index Eastman, Mary H. The Mishomis book: the voice of the Ojibway Bishop, Charles A. The Northern Ojibwa and the fur trade: an historical and ecological study  Black, Mary B.
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Author(s): Dunning,R W, Title(s): Social and economic change among the northern Ojibwa. Country of Publication: Canada Publisher: [Toronto, Buffalo] Univ.
of. The following history of the varied cultural adaptations made by the Indians of northern Ontario and adjacent Manitoba from to is based primarily on data relating to the Northern Ojibwa. Since the arrival of Europeans (initially traders) within the central subarctic during the 17th century, the Northern Ojibwa have been pressured to.Social and Economic Change Among the Northern Ojibwa, by R.
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