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People of the Deer; Death of a People - the Ihalmiut / Volume I

by Mowat, Farley

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Toronto: McClelland and Stewart Limited [0-7710-6590-6] 1977. (Mass market paperback) 318pp. Near fine. 8vo. Pictorial card wrappers, small price sticker at foot of rear cover. Maps, illus., B&W photos. Drawings by Samuel Bryant. Internally, tight and clean. Protected in plastic. Volume II, the Desparate People, also available (matching paperback set), $30 if purchased together..

A classic account of the degradation of a tribe of Canadian Indians focuses on the fate of the Ihalmiut people of Northern Canada who suffered cultural decline, food shortages, and outside exploitation throughout the twentieth century. 




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