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Stolen women: Female journeys in Tagish and Tutchone

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102 pages7 hours

Summary

A study of narratives told by female members of the Tagish and Tutchone of central and southern Yukon with particular emphasis on their cultural continuity, function during a period of significant change, and the insights they offer into traditional gender roles. Most important is the author’s revelation of the importance of context in understanding such stories.

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