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1 KARKLINS, Karlis Les parures de traite chez les peuples autochtones du Canada : Un ouvrage de reference
Lieux historiques nationaux, Service des parcs, Environment Canada, Ottawa, 1992, ISBN:066093650x 
KARKLINS, Karlis. Les parures de traite chez les peuples autochtones du Canada : Un ouvrage de référence . Ottawa: Lieux historiques nationaux, Service des parcs, Environment Canada, (1992). Pp. 255,(1). Illustrated (some in colour). 4to, illustrated card covers with white spine. "Au cours de la période historique, les commerçants blancs, les missionaires, les explorateurset les agents des gouvernements fournirent toute une gamme de parures aux INdiens et aux Inuit. ces objets ne comprenaient pas seulement des parures 'classiques' telles que bagues, perles de verre et wampum, mais aussi des articles utilitaires (dés à coudre, pièces de monnaie et cuillères) et des objets naturels (coquillages de dentale, haliotides et plumes). Les peuples autochtones fabriquaient aussi leurs propres colifichets en transformant des articles importés. La présente étude décrit, dans l'ordre chronologique, comment les diverses 'parures de traite' furent utilisées par des tribus représentives des sept princpaux groupes autochtones du Canada, depuis les premiers contacts avec les Européens jusqu'au début du XXe siècle." - from the rear cover. text in French. Vg. 100.00

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2 KARKLINS, Karlis Trade Ornament Usage Among the Native Peoples of Canada
Environment Canada Parks Service, Ottawa, 1992, ISBN:0660143976 
KARKLINS, Karlis. Trade Ornament Usage Among the Native Peoples of Canada .A Source Book. Ottawa: National Historic Sites Park Service, Environment C anada, (1992). Pp. [1]-244. Illustrated (some in colour). 4to, illustrated card covers with white spine. "During the historic period, the Indians and Inuit of Canada were supplied with a wide range of ornaments by white entrepreneurs, missionaries, explorers and government officials. These items consisted not only of 'conventional' adornments such as finger rings, glass beads and wampum, but also utilitarian articles (thimbles, coins and spools) and natural objects (dentalia and cowrie shells, and feathers). In addition, the aboriginal peoples also fashioned their own trinkets by modifying imported goods. This study describes in chronological order how the various 'trade ornaments' were used from initial contact to circa 1900 by representative tribes of the seven major native groups of Canada." - from the rear cover. Vg. 120.00

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