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Indians of the Arctic and Subarctic

Paula Younkin

Indians of the Arctic and Subarctic

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Published by Facts on File in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of North America -- Canada -- Juvenile literature,
  • Indians of North America -- Arctic regions -- Juvenile literature,
  • Indians of North America -- Alaska -- Juvenile literature,
  • Eskimos -- Juvenile literature

  • About the Edition

    Examines the history, culture, changing fortunes, and current situation of the various Indian peoples of Canada, Alaska, and Greenland.

    Edition Notes

    StatementPaula Younkin.
    GenreJuvenile literature
    SeriesThe First Americans
    The Physical Object
    Pagination96 p. :
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23260725M
    ISBN 100816023913
    LC Control Number90047675

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Indians of the Arctic and Subarctic by Paula Younkin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Part of an eight-volume series offering young people a view of the ancient tribes of North America, this book describes the lives of the Indians who lived in the Arctic and Subarctic regions (Canada, Among the groups included are the northern Algonquians, Aleuts and Centrals.

Get this from a library. Indians of the Arctic and Subarctic. [Paula Younkin] -- Examines the history, culture, changing fortunes, and current Indians of the Arctic and Subarctic book of the various Indian peoples of Canada, Alaska, and Greenland.

Indigenous peoples of the Subarctic are the aboriginal peoples who live in the Subarctic regions of the Americas, Asia and Europe, located south of the true region includes the interior of Alaska, the Western Subarctic or western Canadian Shield and Mackenzie River drainage area, the Eastern Subarctic or Eastern Canadian Shield, Scandinavia, Western Russia and East Asia.

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Quickview. Rez Life. by David Treuer. Paperback $ $ Current price is $, Original price is $ See All Formats. Add to Wishlist. Read an excerpt Indians of the Arctic and Subarctic book this book. Quickview. Other articles where Subarctic Indian is discussed: Native American: The Subarctic Indians and the Arctic peoples: The European exploration of the Subarctic was for many decades limited to the coasts of the Atlantic and Hudson Bay, an inland sea connected to the Atlantic and the Arctic oceans.

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Indians of the Arctic and Subarctic (First Americans Series)Cited by: 1. This is part of the Smithsonian Institution’s Handbook of North American Indians Indians of the Arctic and Subarctic book, the ultimate resource for Native American history across various regions of North set is intended to give an encyclopedic summary of what is know about the prehistory, history, and cultures of the aboriginal peoples of North America north of the urban.

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Indians of the Arctic and Subarctic book American Subarctic peoples, Native American peoples whose traditional area of residence is the subarctic region of Alaska and Canada.

Those from Alaska are often referred to in aggregate as Native Indians of the Arctic and Subarctic book, while in Canada they are known as First Nations peoples (see Sidebar: Tribal Nomenclature: American Indian, Native American, and First Nation). Made with SonicPics. Exploring the Arctic for Kids: Arctic Animals and Climates for Children - FreeSchool - Duration: Free School Recommended for you.

Turn the pages of Subarctic Indians to discover what the windigo was and why it turned into a people eating monster, how some Indians used animal bones to heal sick people and give advice, how Subarctic Indians turned their clothing into art. Each book in the Native Americans series explores a different area of our book in the Native Americans Author: Mir Tamim Indians of the Arctic and Subarctic book.

The Subarctic people occupied a majority of Canada from the Yukon to Newfoundland, including parts of seven provinces and two territories. The density of the Subarctic human population was among the lowest in the world. The entire area probably had as few as 60 people. Weather changes were extreme and game animals depended on seasons and.

Indians of the Arctic and Subarctic Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Indians of North America, Indians of North America, Inuit, Eskimos, Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio) American :   Indians of the Subarctic by Rogers, Edward S.,Royal Ontario Museum edition, Paperback in EnglishAuthor: Edward S.

Rogers. Arctic and Subarctic Regions. The region encircling the North Pole is called the Arctic Circle, an invisible circle of latitude (imaginary line around the Earth parallel to the equator) at 66°33' arctic region sits inside the Arctic Circle and the subarctic region lies just below it.

Earth's arctic and subarctic regions are extremely cold, icy areas of land and sea that receive. The Handbook of North American Indians is a series of edited scholarly and reference volumes in Native American studies, published by the Smithsonian Institution beginning in Planning for the handbook series began in the late s and work was initiated following a special congressional appropriation in fiscal year To date, 15 volumes have been published.

The subarctic people often hunted moose, caribou, hare, musk oxen, bear and elk, as well as waterfowl and fish. The edible wild plants they collected included berries, tripe, dandelions, moss and marigold. Berries were dried in the fall or stored in baskets put in pits in the ground.

Pemmican, a mixture of berries, grease and animal meat, was a. Subarctic Indians were nomadic hunter-gatherers who traveled in small bands. The most common type of house was a small cone-shaped tent covered with animal hides.

Lean-tos of brush and leaves were also fairly common, especially in the western part. Subarctic Indians did not farm. The Handbook of North American Indians is a volume encyclopedia summarizing knowledge about all Native peoples north of Mesoamerica, including cultures, languages, history, prehistory, and human biology, intended to serve as a standard reference work for anthropologists, historians, students, and the general reader.3/5(1).

Social organization of the subarctic natives. The subarctic people had a different social and family organization than us nowadays.

They had no school so they learned there own ways to support themselves by watching and helping their elders. Women married young, once old enough they were secluded in a hut, where they were taught to be a good. Northern Tales: Traditional Stories of Eskimo and Indian Peoples contains stories from the people of the arctic and subarctic region of the world.

Number 12 of my collection of fairy & folk tales, this one was one of the more enjoyable ones to read/5. These are what the Subarctic Indians wear every single time when they go on a adventure or hunting (for men).

Subartic Indians tanned hides from which the hair had been removed to make moccasins, leggings, shirts, tunics, and coats. Some decorated clothing with dyed porcupine quills and beads made from seeds. One interesting fact about the Subarctic Indians is that they were nomadic.

This means they moved around and did not always stay in one place. Indian Tribes and Languages of the Subarctic Subarctic Culture Area. This is an index to the Native American language and cultural information on our website pertaining to Subarctic Indian tribes.

Tribes of the Subarctic Culture Group Ahtna Tribe Babine-Wet'suwet'en Tribe Beaver Tribe Beothuk Tribe Carrier Tribe Chilcotin Tribe Chipewyan Tribe. The Europeans and subarctic people were in a great business of fur trade. For this trade, Indians took advantage for the fur trade and later in late 19th century the guns were introduced to the region.

The guns allowed for the people to gather fur in abundant amount and at the same time endangered the animals and the human population. Native Americans in US, Canada, and the Far North. Early people of North America (during the ice years ago) Northeast Woodland Tribes and Nations - The Northeast Woodlands include all five great lakes as well as the Finger Lakes and the Saint Lawrence River.

Come explore the 3 sisters, longhouses, village life, the League of Nations, sacred trees, snowsnake. Location: Most of present-day Canada and most of Interior, Western and South Central Alaska The Sub-Arctic has long cold winters with heavy snowfall, a Northern forest of evergreen pine and fir trees, with a few deciduous trees like birch and willows, and numerous lakes and rivers.

The Subarctic regions of the Americas are located south of the true Arctic. This region includes the. The subarctic region doesn't have a wide variety of vegetation, but there are some plants which do well there. Some of the plants which live in the subarctic regions are.

Ecology of the Subarctic Regions by na and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Subarctic Culture Area lies south of the Arctic Circle and covers some 12 million square miles. It spreads from the interior of Alaska to the Atlantic.

(shelved 1 time as native-american-non-fiction) avg rating —ratings — published The Yuchi Indians do not have a reservation of their own Tribal Headquarters [edit | edit source] Nyack, New York: Todd Publications, 10th ed.

WorldCat ; FHL book Re. Malinowski, Sharon and Sheets, Anna, eds. The Gale Encyclopedia of Native American Tribes. Arctic, Subarctic, Great Plains, Plateau Vol. Volume 5 -- Arctic (pub. ) -- WorldCat ; FHL book Hh v Volume 6 -- Subarctic (pub. ) -- WorldCat ; FHL book Hh v Volume 7 -- Northwest Coast (pub.

) -- WorldCat Volume 8 -- California (pub. ) -- WorldCat ; FHL book Hh v Volume 9 -- Southwest (pub. The subarctic Indians build all kinds of house with the materials that were found near by.

Not only that they build igloos but they also build pit houses, tepees,huts, and wigwams. Most of the arctic Indians were nomadic which means they didn't always settle down and live in one place only.

The indigenous peoples of North America and Greenland have long inhabited and thrived in a variety of terrains and climates. The three different culture areas of the Arctic, American Subarctic, and American Northwest perhaps best exemplify this.

From the sometimes stark environment of the tundra to the moderate conditi. -Thule expansion coincides with Medieval Warm period (AD or BP), which may have had an impact on the distribution of Arctic Whale populations.

-Thule replaced earlier Dorset culture throughout area of expansion. The indigenous peoples of North America and Greenland have long inhabited and thrived in a variety of terrains and climates. The three different culture areas of the Arctic, American Subarctic, and American Northwest perhaps best exemplify this—fr.

The Inuit, or Eskimos, are the people of the Arctic. They are not related to North American Indians, including the indians of the Subarctc. The Inuit share ancestors with the Aleuts of the Aleutian Islands, located southwest of what is now Alaska.

Prehistoric Games of North American Indians: Subarctic to Mesoamerica Edited by Barbara Voorhies University of Utah Press pages $ Hardcover E98 This book gathers papers on games of indigenous peoples of North America. Contributors in archaeology draw on evidence from archaeological findings as well as other fields.

Read "Indigenous Peoples of the Arctic, Subarctic, and Northwest Coast" by Kathleen Kuiper available from Rakuten Kobo. The indigenous peoples of North America and Greenland have long inhabited and thrived in a variety of terrains and clima Brand: Britannica Educational Publishing.

The Kids Pdf of the Far North. Ann Love and Jane Drake. Nonfiction. Grades The indigenous pdf of the Arctic are the subjects of the last half of this book.

From the Sami people of Scandinavia to the Nenet, Evenki, and Nganasan of Sibera, ancient people adapted shelter and clothing for the harsh winters—and even domesticated.Subarctic natives used snowshoes on download pdf feet to traverse the land.

Women wore dresses or leggings. Everyone wore moccasins. The men wore shirts, jackets, or snowsuits. Special decorations were put on most clothing.

Transportation in the subarctic region was very limited, long snowshoes and and Dogrib moccasins had to be worn to walk on snow.Handbook of Ebook American Indians, Volume 4: History of Indian-White Relations by Wilcomb E.

Washburn: Volume 4: Ebook of North American Indians, Volume 5: Arctic by David Damas: volume 5: Handbook of North American Indians, Volume 6: Subarctic by June Helm: Volume 6: Handbook of North American Indians, Volume 7: Northwest Coast by Wayne.