Anthro 200: Athabaskan Report

My last assignment in Anthropology 200 before starting my final exam (due Friday evening).

Just a quick page and a half with a look at the Athabaskan and their concept of “luck” when it comes to hunting.

One thing not in the report that I found interesting during my research, was the number of Athabaskan language groups — more than 50, including down in the Apache and Navajo areas of the southwest US. In other words, it’s probable the Apache and Navajo indians were Athabaskan people who migrated south from Alaska and Canada.

To this day people still leave Alaska for the dry heat of Arizona. 🙂

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