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Contributions to Canadian Ethnology, 1975.

National Museum of Canada. Museum of Man. Canadian Ethnology Service.

Contributions to Canadian Ethnology, 1975.

by National Museum of Canada. Museum of Man. Canadian Ethnology Service.

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SeriesCanada National Museum of Man Canadian Ethnology Service Paper Mercury Series -- 31
ContributionsCarlisle, D.B.
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Open LibraryOL21885390M

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Canadian Ethnology Society: Papers from the sixth annual congress, Book Description: Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Congress of the Canadian Ethnology Society () with contributed papers ranging in topic from semiology to the seventeenth century Iroquois wars to . Canadian Ethnology Society: Papers from the fourth annual congress, Book Description: A companion volume to Applied Anthropology in Canada, this compilation of papers is likewise a product of the Fourth Annual Congress of the Canadian Ethnology Society which took place in Halifax in

It is with considerable pleasure that I write this Foreword to the Annual Review for of the Canadian Ethnology Service. The staff of this division has, over the past five years, carried a major part of the exhibition programme for the now reopened National Museum of Man galleries.   Marcel Mauss, (born , Épinal, Fr.—died Feb. 10, , Paris), French sociologist and anthropologist whose contributions include a highly original comparative study of the relation between forms of exchange and social views on the theory and method of ethnology are thought to have influenced many eminent social scientists, including Claude Lévi .


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