5 edition of Family and traditional Southern Tutchone stories found in the catalog.
Family and traditional Southern Tutchone stories
Г„shГЁniМ®aМ® Bessie Allen
|Statement||Äshènįą Bessie Allen ; recorded and transcribed by Lorraine Allen.|
|Genre||Interviews, Entretiens, Folklore|
|Contributions||Allen, Lorraine., Yukon Native Language Centre.|
|LC Classifications||E99.T92 A45 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 119 p. :|
|Number of Pages||119|
|LC Control Number||2008371929|
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Southern Tutchone Downloadable Learner Resources About These Resources. This page provides links to digital copies of language lessons, literacy session booklets, and story books that have been prepared over the past thirty years by the Yukon Native Language Centre and Elders and community members from Southern Tutchone First Nations, including Champagne and Aishihik First Nations.
Family and Traditional Southern Tutchone Stories on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Family and Traditional Southern Tutchone StoriesFormat: Paperback. Thanks to the determination of a mother and daughter, and with the help of the Yukon Native Language Centre, a new book provides a fascinating glimpse of a 20th-century life lived in the traditional First Nations way.
Family and Traditional Southern Tutchone Stories, by the late well-respected elder Bessie Allen of the Family and traditional Southern Tutchone stories book and Aishihik Author: Yukon News. Book preserves Southern Tutchone stories. When Hazel Bunbury was a little girl, her grandparents and mother told her stories.
Bunbury and her siblings went to sleep after hearing tales in the Ta'an/Whitehorse/Marsh Lake dialect of Southern Tutchone. I am very pleased to welcome the publication of this book of traditional Yukon aboriginal stories by Southern Tutchone Elders. Jessie Joe and Marge Jackson are still with us to share their wisdom and love.
The other story-tellers have passed on, but their memories are still strong among our Yukon First Nations peoples. The indigenous peoples of Yukon are an ethnic group which occupied the territory now known as Yukon Territory prior to European contact.
The indigenous people of Yukon are part of the Aboriginal people of ionally, the Yukon indigenous peoples are hunters and gatherers with close connections to the land, the rivers and the seasons. Their history is recorded and passed down.
Northern Tutchone Downloadable Learner Resources About These Resources. This page provides links to digital copies of language lessons, literacy session booklets, and story books that have been prepared over the past thirty years by the Yukon Native Language Centre and Elders and community members from the Northern Tutchone Nations of Little Salmon Carmacks First Nation, Selkirk First.
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