By Bruce Alden Cox
This choice of well timed essays by way of Canadian students explores the basic hyperlink among the improvement of aboriginal tradition and financial styles. The participants draw on unique examine to debate Megaprojects within the North, the altering function of local girls, reserves and units for assimilation, the rebirth of the Canadian Metis, aboriginal rights in Newfoundland, the function of slave-raiding, and epidemics and firearms in local background.
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Hyde, Indians of the Woodlands, 137. 59. Ibid. Chapter 2 Epidemics: The Forgotten Factor in Seventeenth Century Native Warfare in the St. Lawrence Region Susan Johnston In recent years, increasing attention has been paid to the virgin soil epidemics which occurred at first contact in many parts of the world. Studies suggest that some of the changes formerly attributed to culture contact, especially to trade, may have resulted instead from demographic and attitudinal changes caused by the epidemic experience, an experience which influenced political, economic, social and cultural institutions.
The scarcity of food probably killed many of the ill. Likewise, if the healthy had to search for food, care of the ill would have decreased. Not only did the usual cures not work, they made matters worse. The well, processing through longhouses, mingled with the sick (for whom they were processing), and both were present while dancing, singing, and drumming went on all night. 18 How many Huron died? The Jesuits' report that two-thirds died,—reducing the population from 30,000 to 10,000—is the only contemporary estimate that we have.
Montreal: McGill-Queens, 1976), xxiii. 5. Hunt, Wars of the Iroquois. 6. N. B. O. , 1971); E. W. Trealease, Indian Affairs in Colonial New York: The Seventeenth Century (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1960). 7. Hunt, Wars of the Iroquois. 8. Trigger, Children ofAataentsic. 9. G. E. Heidenreich, Huronia: A History and Geography of the Huron Indians, 1600-1650 (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1971). 10. G. , The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents: Travels and Explorations of the Jesuit Missionaries of New France 1610-1791, vol.