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Investigates into seventeenth-century Huron culture. This work explores a range of topics, including: the construction of long houses and wooden armour; the use of words for trees in village names; the social anthropological standards of kinship terms and clans; Huron conceptualising of European-borne disease; and the spirit realm of orenda.
John L. Steckley has taught at Humber College since 1983 in the areas of Aboriginal languages, culture, and history. His twelve published books include textbooks in sociology, physical anthropology, and Aboriginal studies, as well as White Lies about the Inuit (2007) and Gabriel Sagardas Dictionary of Huron 2009. In 1999, he was adopted into the Wyandot tribe of Kansas.