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Northern Ojibwa ecological adaptation and social organization

Contributions to anthropology : selected papers of A. Irving HallowellChicago • Published In 1976 • Pages: 333-350

By: Hallowell, A. Irving (Alfred Irving).

Abstract
This article, written about the Berens River Ojibwa, summarizes some of the more salient features of their ethnography relevant to their ecological adaptation, winter hunting and summer fishing groups, kinship, and social organization. Much of the material, generally in expanded form, will be found in Hallowell's monograph entitled 'The Ojibwa of Berens River, Manitoba: Ethnography Into History' (Hallowell, 1992, no. 58).
Subjects
Hunting and trapping
Settlement patterns
Kinship terminology
Kin relationships
Grandparents and grandchildren
Avuncular and nepotic relatives
Clans
Community structure
Sexuality
culture
Ojibwa
HRAF PubDate
2000
Region
North America
Sub Region
Arctic and Subarctic
Document Type
essay
Evaluation
Creator Type
Ethnologist
Document Rating
5: Excellent Primary Data
Analyst
John Beierle; 1998
Coverage Date
1930-1940
Coverage Place
Northern Ojibwa: Berens River area, Manitoba and northwestern Ontario, Canada
Notes
[A. Irving Hallowell]
LCCN
75020890
LCSH
Ojibwa Indians