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Wayne W. Allen Discovers the Answers on the Matriliny in the Natives of Canada and Alaska

“Athapaskan Matriliny and Trade in Canada and Alaska” is a study conducted to explore on the social organization of the Athapaskans especially in tracing the descendants their descendants following the mother’s lineage.

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Athapaskan Matriliny and Trade in Canada and Alaska is an informative and a powerful book noting on the power of women even during the tribal times.

In the First World that is still largely male-dominated, it is quite a mystery why the early native American tribes are tracing their descendants from their matrilineal side. Wayne W. Allen has chosen this interesting phenomenon in the society and the several studies as to how this could be relevant in the society today in his master thesis.

“Athapaskan Matriliny and Trade in Canada and Alaska” is an informative and a powerful book that cites different knowledgeable research that has explored on the basis why the Athapaskans traced their descendants through the mother’s side. Several principles have been proposed such as the principle of diffusion, the -sib system of social organization, the Old World Origin or the common origin (part of a ring of circum-Pacific elements), the hunting culture, and the important role of trade between the Tlingits and the Athapaskans.
Certainly look for Wayne W. Allen’s “Athapaskan Matriliny and Trade in Canada and Alaska” to be displayed in 2018 Frankfurt International Book Fair on October 10, 2018. 
Book copies are available at Amazon and other online book retailers.
Athapaskan Matriliny and Trade in Canada and Alaska
Written by: Wayne W. Allen
Published by: FriesenPress
Published date: February 7, 2017
Paperback price: $9.99
About the author
Wayne W. Allen was born in Ottawa, the capital of Canada and graduated from North Grenville District High School in Kemptville, Ontario. He has a B.A. and M.A. in Social Anthropology from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, a Diploma in Public Administration from Carleton University and a Diploma in Business from Algonquin College in Ottawa. He has worked as a teacher in Quebec, the Bahamas, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan before going into computer operations and retiring from IBM Ottawa in 2009. The author is currently retired and living with his wife in Ottawa.

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 Athapaskan Matriliny
 Canada and Alaska
 Wayne W. Allen

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