Snare, Snake and Iroquois: An Upper Athabasca Ethnohistory

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Title: Snare, Snake and Iroquois: An Upper Athabasca Ethnohistory
Creator: Elliott, Jack
Subject: Snare, Snake, Iroquois, Freeman, Athabasca, Jasper National Park, Archeology, Grande Cache
Description: This essay is an ethnohistory and archeological survey of the Snare, Snake and Iroquois who lived in and used the resources of the Upper Athabasca region centering on Jasper National Park. The Iroquois settled the region as hunters, trappers, and fur trade voyageurs, eventually founding several unique Iroquois-M├ętis family in around Grande Cache. This document and its allied imagery are the copyright of the author, Jack Elliott who kindly granted permission to the Institute to put this work on this website. The information contained in the document and its allied imagery are the copyright of the author and can only be cited for reference purposes.
Date: Prehistory-1900s
Type: Text Document
Date of Copyright: June 22, 2012
Coverage: Jasper National Park, Upper Athabasca Country, Alberta
GDI Media Filename: Snare Snake & Iroquois.pdf

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