Analysis and comparison of Kutchin costumes located in North America and European museums, taking two garments of the National Museum of Man (Canadian Ethnology Service) as a starting point.
About the author
Judy Thompson began her long association with the Canadian Museum of Civilization in 1969. Since 1990 she has been Curator of Western Subarctic Ethnology. She has published a number of articles and books on the cultural traditions of Northern Athapaskan peoples. She lives in Ottawa, Ontario.
Other titles by Judy Thompson
Women's Work, Women's Art
Nineteenth-Century Northern Athapaskan Clothing
Yeenoo dài' k'è'tr'ijilkai' ganagwaandaii / Long ago sewing we will remember
The story of the Gwich'in Traditional Caribou Skin Clothing Project
Whadoo tehmi / Long-ago people's packsack
Dene babiche bags: tradition and revival
Dene spruce root basketry / Dene ts'ukegháí tene rahesi
Revival of a tradition
Studying material culture with Dorothy Burnham