Hare



ETHNONYMS: Kancho, Kawchodinne, Kah-cho-tinneh, K'atchô-gottinè, Kk ayttchare Ottine, Peaux de Lievre, Rabbit Skins, Tä-nä'-tinne; Bâtards Loucheux (one band), Dene, Tinne, Slave (with other northeastern Northern Athapaskans)


Bibliography

Broch, Harald Beyer (1986). Woodland Trappers: Hare Indians of Northwestern Canada. Bergen Studies in Social Anthropology, no. 35. Bergen, Norway: University of Bergen, Department of Social Anthropology.

Hara, Hiroko Sue (1980). The Hare Indians and Their World. National Museum of Man, Mercury Series, Canadian Ethnology Service Paper 63. Ottawa: National Museums of Canada.

Hultkrantz, Åke (1973). "The Hare Indians: Notes on Their Traditional Culture and Religion." Ethnos 38 (1 -4) : 113-152.

Osgood, Cornelius (1932). "The Ethnography of the Great Bear Lake Indians." Annual Report for 1931, National Museum of Canada Bulletin 70:31-97.

Savishinsky, Joel S. (1974). The Trail of the Hare: Life and Stress in an Arctic Community. New York: Gordon & Breach.

Savishinsky, Joel S., and Hiroko Sue Hara (1984). "Hare." In Handbook of North American Indians. Vol. 6, Subarctic, edited by June Helm, 314-325. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution.

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