Northern Tutchone people
The Northern Tutchone are a First Nations people living mainly in the central Yukon in Canada. The Northern Tutchone language, originally spoken by the Northern Tutchone people, is a variety of the Tutchone language, part of the Athabaskan language family. "Song Keeper" Jerry Alfred is leading a movement to keep the language alive through his music.
Northern Tutchone First Nations governments and communities include:
- First Nation of Nacho Nyak Dun (Mayo, Yukon)
- Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation (Carmacks, Yukon)
- Selkirk First Nation (Pelly Crossing, Yukon)

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Northern Tutchone people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Northern Tutchone are a First Nations people living mainly in the central Yukon in Canada. The Northern Tutchone language, originally spoken by the ...
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Tutchone language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ethnicity, 1400 Southern Tutchone people, 1000 Northern Tutchone people ... Tutchone is a threatened Athabaskan language spoken in the Yukon Territory in ...
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YNLC•Northern Tutchone - Yukon Native Language Centre
The traditional harvesting areas of the Northern Tutchone people included the McQuesten and Stewart Rivers in the north, the White river in the east, the Big ...
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Carmacks, Yukon: A Northern Tutchone Homeland
The Northern Tutchone people have called the area around Carmacks, Yukon home for thousands of years. Before the arrival of Europeans, they governed their ...
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History - First Nation of Na-Cho Nyak Dun
The First Nation of Na-Cho Nyak Dun is culturally affiliated with the Northern Tutchone people of the Pelly Selkirk, and the Carmacks Little Salmon First Nations.
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the southern and northern tutchone of centeral Yukon , and the Kaska-Dena. These groups are called Athapaskan people. There language is the Inland Tlingit .
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Carmacks, Yukon: A Northern Tutchone Homeland - Virtual Museum ...
The Northern Tutchone people have called the area around Carmacks, Yukon home for thousands of years. Before the arrival of. Europeans, they governed
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Tutchone - The Canadian Encyclopedia
The Tutchone, a FIRST NATION people numbering several thousand, are among the ... Jerry Alfred, a Northern Tutchone musician, was named "Keeper of the ...
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First Nations - Yukon Community Profiles
The Little Salmon/Carmacks people are Northern Tutchone, part of the ... The Northern Tutchone people of this area are closely related to the Northern Tutchone ...
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Tutchone Language and the Tutchone Indian Tribe (Selkirk)
Tutchone is an Athabaskan language of Northern Canada, spoken by about 400 people in the Yukon. Two dialects of this language, Northern Tutchone and ...
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Northern Development Canada ... The Aboriginal peoples in Northern Canada consist of the First Nations, Métis, and Inuit ... McGill-Queen's University Press.
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PhD (Anthropology), University of Alberta, 2012. Fort Selkirk: Early Contact Period Interaction Between the Northern Tutchone and the Hudson's Bay Company ...
Where did the Northern Tutchone people live? | Answerbag
Jul 18, 2010 ... The Northern Tutchone people are native to the area surrounding the northern Canadian village of Carmacks, Yukon. The language of the ...
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Jan 12, 2012 ... Research says Northern Tutchone didn't trade that often at Fort Selkirk ... between Northern Tutchone people and early Hudson Bay Company traders. ... was part of work towards earning a PhD from the University of Alberta.
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Ms. Cochran also served as Chair of the 2009 Indigenous Peoples' Global Summit on ... Anne George, PhD, University of Northern British Columbia ..... Marilyn Van Bibber belongs to the wolf clan of the Northern Tutchone people and is a ...
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Our Voices: Native Stories of Alaska and the Yukon
Our Voices: Native Stories of Alaska and the Yukon
James K. Ruppert, John W. Bernet, 2001
Farther upriver, the word is hunday for the Northern Tutchone Athabaskans, in the Yukon Territory of Canada (the name Tutchone has the meaning "woods" or " forest"). The Northern Tutchone people apply the term hunday to their ...
Peoples of the Tundra: Northern Siberians in the Post-Communist Transition
Peoples of the Tundra: Northern Siberians in the Post-Communist Transition
John P. Ziker, 2002
On ethnographic grounds alone, Ziker's book is a unique and valuable contribution. Despite increased fieldwork opportunities for foreigners in the former Soviet Union in recent years, much of Russia and Siberia remains terra incognita to Western scholars, except for specialists who know the Russian literature. Ziker's account of the Dolga...
Fort Selkirk: Early Contact Period Interaction Between Northern ...
Fort Selkirk: Early Contact Period Interaction Between Northern ...
Victoria Elena Castillo, 2012
Research presented in the dissertation employs a holistic, multi-scalar approach, combining archaeological, archival, and ethnographic data to examine how Hudson's Bay Company (HBC) fur traders and Northern Tutchone Athapaskans negotiated ...
People Trees: Worship of Trees in Northern India
People Trees: Worship of Trees in Northern India
David L. Haberman, 2013
People Trees is about religious conceptions of trees within the cultural world of tree worship at the tree shrines of northern India. Sacred trees have been worshiped for millennia in India, and today tree worship continues there in abundance among all segments of society. In the past, tree worship was regarded by many Western anthropologists and s...
Encyclopedia of the Arctic
Encyclopedia of the Arctic
Mark Nuttall, 2012
Language The Tutchone people spoke two related languages (northern Tutchone (Mayo, Pelly Crossing, Carmacks) and southern Tutchone (Laberge, Haines Junction, Burwash)), which were themselves part of a group of 43 different ...
Heartbeat of the People: MUSIC AND DANCE OF THE NORTHERN POW-WOW (Music in American Life)
Heartbeat of the People: MUSIC AND DANCE OF THE NORTHERN POW-WOW (Music in American Life)
Tara Browner, 2004
The inter tribal pow-wow is the most widespread venue for traditional Indian music and dance in North America. Now in paperback, Tara Browner's "Heartbeat of the People" is an insider's journey into the dances and music, the traditions and regalia, and the functions and significance of these vital cultural events.
Handbook of North American Indians: Subarctic
Handbook of North American Indians: Subarctic
William C. Sturtevant, 1978
These people were probably Northern Tutchone. They warned Campbell against the Han downstream but were themselves far more friendly than the Upper Pelly River "Knife" Indians whose identity is uncertain. In 1848 Campbell set up Fork ...
Life Lived Like a Story: Life Stories of Three Yukon Native Elders
Life Lived Like a Story: Life Stories of Three Yukon Native Elders
Julie Cruikshank, 1992
By "Klukwan dance" Mrs. Ned is referring to Tlingit-style dancing; "Hutshi dance" would be that of her own Southern Tutchone people; "Ayan" is a term meaning " people downriver," in this case referring to Northern Tutchone people. 33.
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