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Author Macfie, John, 1925-

Title Hudson Bay Watershed : a photographic memoir of the Ojibway, Cree, and Oji-Cree / John Macfie and Basil Johnston
Published Toronto : Dundurn Press, 1991
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Contents Preface; Introduction; One: Living off the Land; Two: Hunting and Harvesting; Three: The Fur Trade; Four: Some Customs and Traditions; Five: Echoes of a Rich Culture; Six: Portraits of the People
Summary At the midpoint of the twentieth century, the First Nations people of Ontario's underdeveloped hinterland lived primarily from the land. They congregated in summer in defined communities but in early autumn dispersed to winter camps to hunt, fish, and trap. Increasingly, however, they found they had to adapt to a different way of life, one closer to the Canadian mainstream. While lifestyles and expectations were clearly changing, the native people's desire to maintain their rich and distinctive cultural traditions remained strong. John Macfie, then an employee with the Ontario Department of L
Analysis American Indians Social life
Notes Print version record
Subject Algonquian Indians -- Pictorial works.
Indians of North America -- Ontario, Northern -- Pictorial works.
Genre/Form Pictorial works.
Illustrated works.
Form Electronic book
Author Johnston, Basil.
Ontario. Ministry of Culture and Communications.
Ontario Heritage Foundation.
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