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Item:163738269593/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\ The Subarctic Fur Trade: Native Social and Economic Adaptations, 1984, edited by Shepard Krech II, hardcover, published by the University of British Columbia Press, 194 pages. From the Introduction ----- The six papers in this volume were originally presented in a symposium at the 1981 annual meeting of the American Society for Ethnohis tory. They are concerned in large part with native economic history and in part with the late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century trade. The essays are linked in a number of ways, especially in their common interest in Indian economic and social adaptations in the context of the fur trade. The authors, who write from the vantage points of three disciplines-anthropology, geo graphy, and history-are all versed in ethnohistory, that is, in "the use of historical and ethnological methods and materials" in order to describe and to analyse, perhaps through time, a particular ethnic group's society and culture, and as a way to make sense of interactions between ethnic groups. Some of the authors are interested in the use of innovative methodo logical techniques to shed light on native economic adaptations, and they report on these here and elsewhere. The individual papers represent a range of approaches to native economic and social history current in fur-trade historiography; it is hoped that they will provoke scholars to refine and delve more deeply into the issues which they raise, as well as suggest productive avenues for further research. Moreover, most of the authors in this volume are concerned with themes which, in the past twenty years or so, have been near the centre of fur-trade scholarship: the identification of Indian motivations in the trade; a determina tion of the degree to which Indians were discriminating consumers and creative participants in the exchange, not just passive recipients of trade goods; and whether or not Indians were dependent upon the trade. The contents include ----- Maps and Tables Introduction --- Shepard Krech III 1. Periodic Shortages, Native Welfare, and the Hudson's Bay Company 1670-1930 --- Arthur J. Ray 2. The First Century: Adaptive Changes among the Western James Bay Cree between the Early Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Centuries --- Charles A. Bishop 3. Economic and Social Accommodations of the James Bay Inlanders to the Fur Trade --- Toby Morantz 4. Sakie, Esquawenoe, and the Foundation of a Dual-Native Tradition at Moose Factory --- Carol M. Judd 5. The Trade of the Slavey and Dogrib at Fort Simpson in the Early Nineteenth Century --- Shepard Krech III 6. The Microeconomics of Southern Chipewyan Fur-Trade History --- Robert Jarvenpa and Hetty Jo Brumbach This book is in a very good condition with edge wear to the cover primarily at the corners, with a triangle about 2.75 inches x 3.0 inches x 1.0 inches cut away from the upper right corner of the first page, and with no writing or other marks in the book. Multiple purchases of books will be combined to reduce the cost of shipping. The total for shipping and handling is presented at the end of this listing. Visit my other items on eBay at this time. There may be something of interest to you! The book has been described as accurately as possible and is purchased as described. Please e-mail if you have any questions about the book for sale or about any of the information relating to shipping and currency exchanges. 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