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Presents a study of kinship relations and household organization among the modern Cayugas, located in Ontario, Canada, that aims to fill a gap in our knowledge of modern Cayuga culture and history and make a significant contribution to our understanding of Iroquoian social organization.
Merlin G. Myers (1923-91) was a professor of anthropology at Brigham Young University. The late Fred Eggan was an eminent anthropologist of the twentieth century who is especially noted for his studies of Native Americans in the Southwest and of Philippine tribal culture. M. Sam Cronk is a lecturer at Indiana University and a coauthor of Visions of Sound: Musical Instruments of First Nation Communities in Northeastern America.
Merlin G. Myers
University of Nebraska Press
Date of Publication
Sociology & Anthropology: Professional
Studies in the Anthropology of North American Indians