"There is no end to relationship among the Indians": Ojibwa families and kinship in historical perspective
This article presents an overview of the Ojibwa family over the past three centuries, from early European contacts to the present. It emphasizes the extent to which Ojibwa familial relations have long been embedded in extensive networks of kin that played major roles in the family lives of individuals of all ages. The article traces the effects of historical change on the Ojibwa family and examines continuity within Ojibwa kinship relations. The changes of the last century have taken a heavy ...Expand abstract
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Citation: Peers, L. & Brown, J. S. H. (1999). '"There is no end to relationship among the Indians": Ojibwa families and kinship in historical perspective', The History of the Family: an International Quarterly, 4(4), 529-555. [Available at http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/1081602X].
N.B. Laura Peers is now based at the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford and the Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford.
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