Rogers, Edward S.. The Round Lake Ojibwa

Table of Contents

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Part I Background - Environmental And Historical

Environment

Introduction:

Topography:

Climate: 3

Flora: 1

Fauna: 1

Historical Background

Introduction:

Outline Of Aboriginal Culture (circa 1900):

Outline Of Euro-canadian Contacts (1670–1959):

Part Ii Social Organization

Introduction

Population

Kinship

Introduction:

Kin Relationships:

Life Cycle

Introduction:

Conception And Pregnancy:

Childbirth:

Infancy:

Childhood:

Adolescence:

Adulthood:

Old Age:

Death:

Nuclear Family — Household

Introduction:

The House And Its Subsidiary Structures:

The Household:

The Hunting Group — Winter Camp

Introduction:

Hunting Group:

Nintipe˙ncike˙win

Village And Community

Introduction:

The Village:

The Community:

Part Iii Economics

Introduction

Yearly Cycle

Introduction:

Summer:

Fall:

Early Winter:

Late Winter:

Spring:

Production

Fishing:

Hunting And Trapping:

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Collecting:

Game Dressing, Preservation And Storage Of Food:

Food And Its Preparation:

Hide Working:

Lumbering:

Cutting Ice And Construction Work:

Manufacturing:

Distribution And Consumption

Introduction:

Property:

Distribution Of Goods And Services:

Units Of Consumption:

Part Iv Religion

Religion

Introduction:

Religious Power:

Acquiring Religious Power:

Employment Of Religious Power:

Effects Of Religious Power (illness And Accident):

Determining Cause Of Misfortune And Remedying It:

The Social Implications Of The Concept Of Power:

Prophecy: 1

Propitiation:

Christian Churches:

The Christian:

The Soul And Afterlife:

Spirit World:

Summary:

Part V Conclusion

Conclusion

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Paragraph Subjects (OCM)

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Author:

Title: The Round Lake Ojibwa

Published By: [Toronto]: Published by the Ontario Dept. of Lands and Forests for the Royal Ontario Museum, 1962. 1v. (various pagings): ill.

By line: [by] Edward S. Rogers

HRAF Publication Information: New Haven, Conn.: HRAF, 2000. Computer File

Culture: Ojibwa (NG06)

Subjects: Climate (132); Fauna (136); Flora (137); Acculturation and culture contact (177); Sociocultural trends (178); Hunting and trapping (224); Settlement patterns (361); External trade (439); Community structure (621); Sorcery (754); Sacred objects and places (778); Revelation and divination (787);

Abstract: This monograph is a study of the Round Lake Ojibwa located in northwestern Ontario. Rogers describes this community as they existed at the time of his field work in 1958-1959 and indicates the changes that have taken place in the life of these people from the historical period, particularly in regard to social organization, economics, and religion (the three major parts of this work) which are closely interrelated in the structure of the society. He also attempts to show to what extent the Round Lake Ojibwa in 1958-1959 had adapted to Euro-Canadian society to form an integrated whole and how they function accordingly.

Document Number: 61

Document ID: ng06-061

Document Type: Monograph

Language: English

Note: Corrigenda slip inserted.

Field Date: July 1958-July 1959

Evaluation: Ethnologist-4,5

Analyst: John Beierle; 1998

Coverage Date: 1958-1959

Coverage Place: Northern Ojibwa: Round Lake area, northwestern Ontario, Canada

LCSH: Ojibwa Indians

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