This collection of 13 papers from the second Laurier Conference on Ethnohistory and Ethnology includes papers on the Tlingit of Alaska in relation to Russian orthodox missionaries, and on the Gitskan of northern British Columbia.
Amerindians in renaissance Europe / by Olive Patricia Dickason -- Prehistoric and historic linkages : problems and prospects / by Adolph M. Greenberg and Ronald H. Spielbauer -- Southern boundary of Lenape : cultural interaction and change in the early contact period, 1550-1610 / by Marshall J. Becker -- Preachers, priests and pagans : Catholic and Protestant missions in colonial North America / by James Axtell -- Miscegenation in eighteenth century New France / by Cornelius J. Jaenen -- Native Christianity in eighteenth century Massachusetts : ritual as cultural reaffirmation / by Kathleen J. Bragdon -- Russian Orthodox missionaries and the Tlingit of Alaska, 1880-1900 / by Sergei Kan -- From Sorel to Lake Winnipeg : George Nelson as an ethnohistorical source / by Jennifer S.H. Brown -- "The great mart of all this country" : Lewis and Clark and western trade networks / by James P. Ronda -- Indian and non-Indian fisheries from Klamath River salmon : environment and cultural change on the northwestern California frontier / by Arthur F. McEvoy -- Pawnee usage of bundle beliefs and practices / by Morris W. Foster -- Native North American trickster-and-vulture tales / by Pierre Ventur -- The Indian Rights Association and the ghost dance uprising / by William T. Hagan -- The Gitskan incident of 1888 / by I.V.B. Johnson
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