Past presence: Conceptions of history in Northwest Coast studies

Harkin, Michael
September 1996
Arctic Anthropology;1996, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p1
Academic Journal
Examines the 125 years of Northwest Coast of North America scholarship with respect to theoretical conceptions of history in the societies under study. Phases of Northwest Coast research; Changes in theory and method related to political issues; Changes in the position of indigenous peoples in North American society.


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