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The Man Who Became a Caribou (Paperback)

P&S History > Social Science & Culture

Imprint: International Polar Institute
Pages: 496
Illustrations: 16 pages color + b&W throughout
ISBN: 9780996748070
Published: 31st January 2020
Casemate UK Academic

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Dinjii Vadzaih Dhidlit: The Man Who Became a Caribou is a new bilingual volume based on a series of oral interviews with Gwich'in elders living in rural northeast Alaska and the Yukon Territory. Richly illustrated, the book covers a wide range of topics based on traditional harvesting and use of caribou from ancient to contemporary times. It also reveals traditional beliefs and taboos about caribou and includes a detailed naming system for caribou anatomy.

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