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Changing social and economic organization among the Rupert House Cree
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In , Rupert House or Charles Fort at Waskaganish on the south bank of Rupert River, was established as the first trading post, two years before the Hudson's Bay Company was formed. In October they returned to England with a load of beaver pelts they had acquired from the Cree people in exchange for good such as knives, kettles, beads Province: Quebec. regional organization in the world that combines political, military and economic goals for American states. Promotes social, cultural, political and economic links among member states. Commonwealth.
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There are two features which characterise Rupert House social groups today: 1. the smallness of consumption groups, which ideally and most usually are limited to a nuclear family, and 2.
the relative fluidity in membership of trapping groups. Ecological factors in changing economy and social organization among the Rupert House Cree. Anthropology Papers National Museum of Canada, No.
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KNIGHT Rolf "Ecological Factors in Changing Economy and Social Organisation among the Rupert House Cree" NATIONAL MUSEUM OF CANADA Anthropology Papers no 15 March (A social and economic survey of a Cree community in the last 60 years) MACDONALD George F.
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Knight R () Ecological Factors in Changing Economy and Social Organization among the Rupert House Cree (Anthropology Papers). Ottawa: Department of the Secretary of State. Cree community at Rupert House, Quebec, and to document changing rela tionships of the community to the environment in the last sixty years, with emphasis on the subject of family hunting.
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Get this from a library. Ecological factors in changing economy and social organization among the Rupert House Cree. [Rolf Knight]. There are very few books dealing with urban problems within the vast literature on system transformation.
At the same time cities are the engines of social changes, they lead to economic restructuring and transboundary integrations. The uniqueness of the book is that it gives a comprehensive view on the region's urban transformation and it presents various aspects of cities from urban economy.
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Vol. 71, No. 3, Jun., Ecological Factors in Changing Economy and Social Organization among the Rupert House Cree by Rolf Knight. Ecological Factors in Changing Economy and Social Organization among the Rupert House Cree by Rolf Knight (pp.
Ecological factors in changing economy and social organization among the Rupert House Cree (; pp) A brief ethnographic study done for the National Museum of Canada in focusing on the then continuing economic importance of hunting and trapping for the native people of the region.Knight, R.
() Ecological Factors in Changing Economy and Social Organization among the Rupert House Cree. National Museum of Canada, Anthropological Papers, 15, Author: Christian Feest.For examples of this early research in human ecology in Canada’s north, see Dunning, R.W.
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