Kinship Wheel - Wahkotowin: Cree Language "Th" Dialect

Kinship Wheel Wahkotowin Cree Language Th Dialect The book covers the kinship system used by the woodland Cree of Northern Saskatchewan The community of Stanley Mission where the author was born and raised is where the majority of the kinship knowl

  • Title: Kinship Wheel - Wahkotowin: Cree Language "Th" Dialect
  • Author: Robin McLeod
  • ISBN: 9781425140564
  • Page: 466
  • Format: Paperback
  • The book covers the kinship system used by the woodland Cree of Northern Saskatchewan The community of Stanley Mission, where the author was born and raised, is where the majority of the kinship knowledge originates The book is done in the first person and covers six generations within each wheel The Cree language used by the Woodland Cree is also in the TH dialect asThe book covers the kinship system used by the woodland Cree of Northern Saskatchewan The community of Stanley Mission, where the author was born and raised, is where the majority of the kinship knowledge originates The book is done in the first person and covers six generations within each wheel The Cree language used by the Woodland Cree is also in the TH dialect as illustrated in this book Readers that want to learn how precisely a kinship system works can be found in this book, also other language groups can benefit from the kinship wheel model that better illustrates how the kinship system works.

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