Athapaskans, the : Strangers of the North

By: Appleton, Viviane, and Norman J. Boudreau; Illustrated by Gabor Szilasi

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208 pages; 4to (10.5") 27 cm; Tall black softcover, 208 glossy pages, endpaper maps, bibliography, 280 items shown in b/w, 25 in full color, with detailed captions. ; The Northern Athapaskan (Athabaskan) Native Americans or First Nations peoples include Ahtna, Bear Lake, Carrier, Chilcotin, Chipewyan, Copper, Dakelh, Deg Hit'an, Dena'ina, Dene, Dogrib, Gwich'in, Han, Hankutchin, Hare, Hwech'in, Ingalik, Kaska, Koyukon, Kutchin, N'kwala, Nicola, Sahtu, Sarsi, Sekani, Slavey, Tagish, Tahltan, Tanaina, Tanana, Tlicho, Tlingit, Tse'khene, Tsetsaut, Tsilhqot'in, Tsuut'ina, Tutchone and Yellowknife Indians of the northwest coast, ie, Washington, British Columbia, Yukon and Alaska. ; Edited by Viviane Appleton. Managing editor Norman J. Boudreau. Photos by Gabor Szilasi. Forewords by Norman Trebble and William E. Taylor Jr. Co-published by National Museum of Man, Ottawa, and Royal Scottish Museum, Edinburgh. ; A truly stunning exhibition of Athabaskan artifacts including shirts, leggings, pouches, stone tools, fishhooks, ornaments, pipes, spoons, tumplines, mittens, snowshoes and much more, some very ancient. ; Minor edgewear. Rear cover (blank except for museum names) shows many faint creases. No other defects.

Title: Athapaskans, the : Strangers of the North

Author Name: Appleton, Viviane, and Norman J. Boudreau; Illustrated by Gabor Szilasi

Edition: First Edition

Location Published: National Museums of Canada: 1974

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Very Good+

Item: 1.40 lbs

Categories: History

Seller ID: 23487

Keywords: alaska history, anthropology, antiquities, athabaskans, ethnographic art, exhibit catalogs, folk art, native americans, northwest territories, tribal art, yukon