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The Bankslanders: R42-4/1971-1E-PDF

economy and ecology of a frontier trapping community : volume 1 - history /

"The current status of fur trapping and the fur trade of Canada is assessed. An outline of historical developments in the Western Arctic during the whaling and fur trade periods is given in order to place the colonization of Banks Island for arctic fox trapping in context. This is followed by an account and analysis of the process of colonization and adaptation to the 1960s."--Abstract, p. iii.

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Department/Agency Indian and Northern Affairs Canada.
Title The Bankslanders
Subtitle economy and ecology of a frontier trapping community : volume 1 - history /
Series Title NSRG ;
Publication Type Series - View Master Record
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
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Note "February, 1971." Issued also in French under title: Les trappeurs de l'Île Banks : l'économie et l'écologie d'une communauté esquimaude : volume 1 - historique. Digitized edition from print [produced by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada].
Date 1971, c1970.
Number of Pages xiv, 124 p. :
Catalogue Number
  • R42-4/1971-1E-PDF
Subject Terms Inuit, Trapping, Economic conditions