Holcombe Caribou People in the Light of Studies of Similar Surviving Hunters
Author(s): Edward J. Wahla
This article describes the behaviors and migratory patterns of caribou and the hunting practices that the Holcombe people used to catch them. Wahla draws some comparisons of these practices with the Eskimo and other northern groups, as well as some comparisons with the buffalo hunting groups of the plains.
This resource is a pre-print version of the published article in the Totem Pole, the bulletin of the Aboriginal Research Club.
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Holcombe Caribou People in the Light of Studies of Similar Surviving Hunters. Edward J. Wahla. Totem Pole . 50: 3-8. 1967 ( tDAR id: 393051) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8D50NXM
min long: -83.129; min lat: 42.507 ; max long: -82.937; max lat: 42.639 ;
Administration Note: This resource is a pre-print version of the article published in Totem Pole.
Administration Note: A digital copy of this document has been made available in tDAR thanks to the assistance of Edward J Wahla's daughter, Marianne Holt, and his grandson, Jerome Wahla.
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