`Always with them either a feast or a famine': Living off the land with Chipewyan Indians, 1791

Helm, June
September 1993
Arctic Anthropology;1993, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p46
Academic Journal
Evaluates the amount of food consumed per person among members of the Chipewyan Indians through the winter of 1791-1792 based on the accounts taken from Peter Fiddler's journal. Fiddler's record-keeping method; Calculation methods; Caloric intake per person.


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