The individual in Mistassini society from birth to death: R5-252/1960E-PDF

"From July 1953 until August 1954 the authors carried out ethnographic research among the Mistassini Indians of south-central Quebec. The purpose of the present paper is to record those observations and informants’ statements regarding the life cycle of the individual. An attempt is made to trace the changes which an individual undergoes from birth to death and to record the socialization process."--p. 14.

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Title The individual in Mistassini society from birth to death
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
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Note Title from cover. "From National Museum of Canada Bulletin no. 190, Contributions to anthropology, 1960, Part II."--Cover. Digitized edition from print [produced by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada].
Date 1960, 1963.
Number of Pages pp. 14-36.
Catalogue Number
  • R5-252/1960E-PDF
Subject Terms Indians, Ethnology, Social development