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М., 2007. Институт этнологии и антропологии им. Н.Н. Миклухо-Маклая РАН на правах рукописи Научный руководитель кандидат исторических наук Истомин Алексей Александрович Главным объектом изучения в настоящей работе является экологическая культура северных алгонкинов – групп аборигенного населения таежной и тундровой областей востока Канады. Однако исследование с подобной...
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Alexandria, Virginia: Time-Life Books, 1995. — 175 p. — (The American Indians). — ISBN 0-8094-9738-7. The Original People. Confronting the Colonists. The Serach for Restitution. Essays. Close to the Dawnland. Tomah Joseph's Birch Bark Stories. Micmac Quillwork. Sacred Smoke Rising. A Feast for the Wampanoag.
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Tulsa, Oklahoma: Council Oak Books, 1997. — 262 p. — ISBN 1-57178-042-4. A descendant of the Algonquins explores a rapidly disappearing world in which there is no word for time and life moves with the rhythms of nature — the world of the Algonquin Indians. One of the largest and most diverse language groups in the world, the nations and tribes which are related under the title...
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University of Nebraska Press, 2005. — 532 p. When Europeans first arrived on this continent, Algonquian languages were spoken from the northeastern seaboard through the Great Lakes region, across much of Canada, and even in scattered communities of the American West. The rich and varied oral tradition of this Native language family, one of the farthest-flung in North America,...
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Abdo Publishing, 2015. — 32 p. — (Native Americans). — ISBN 978-1-62403-350-6. Hundreds of years ago, North America was mostly wild, open land. Native Americans lived on the land. They had their own languages and customs. The Algonquin (al-GAHN-kwuhn) are one Native American nation. They are known for their smart traders and hard workers. Let’s learn more about this Native...
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Vero Beach, Florida. — Rourke Publications, 1990. — 32 p. — (Native American People). — ISBN 0-86625-388-2. Discusses the history and way of life of those East Coast Indian tribes whose common language and culture related them, making a larger group known as Algonquian.
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Franklin Watts, 1992. — 64 p. — (A First Book). — ISBN 0-531-20065-5. Describes this noted Indian civilization, including its arts, crafts, religion, and daily, social, and political life.
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Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 2000. — 34 p. — ISBN 0-618-00705-9. As the moon waxes and wanes, her cycles set a pattern of life for those who live beneath her silver glow. For the Northern Algonquians in precolonial America, these rhythms serve to measure out their year. January's Hard Times Moon means biting winds and long nights, and February's moon brings the big snow. Now...
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New York: Museum of the American Indian Heye Foundation, 1919. — 48 p. — (Indian Notes and Monographs, Vol. II, No. 2). "When the writer examined this site in August and September, 1916, in behalf of the Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, no trace of Iroquoian occupancy was to be found. The location is accurate, but the artifacts consist of notched arrowpoints,...
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New York: Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, 1919. — 44 p. — (Indian Notes and Monographs, Vol. II, No. 1). It has long been a matter of common knowledge that the Iroquoian tribes found in possession of the region roughly outlined as central and western New York were relatively recent comers in that area. Remains of inhabitants of more remote periods and of different...
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Ottawa: Government Printing Bureau, 1914. — 120 p. — (Geological Survey, Memoir 42; No. 1, Anthropological Series). "In the following brief paper is presented a review of a very characteristic and widespread motive in decorative art, brought to light through investigations during the past few years among the Algonkians of the northeastern area embraced in the valley of the St....
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New York: Eaton & Mains, 1903. — 258 p. "We have endeavored to make it a book for all classes. Here are some old myths in new settings, and here are some, we venture to think, that have never be fore been seen in English dress. These will interest the student of such subjects, while the general style of the book will, we hope, make it attractive to young readers. Nanahboozhoo, the...
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