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Naskapi Law (Lake St. John and Lake Mistassini Bands): Law and Order in a Hunting Society (Transactions of the American Philsophical Society, New Series, Volume 37, Part 4)

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  • Title: Naskapi Law (Lake St. John and Lake Mistassini Bands): Law and Order in a Hunting Society (Transactions of the American Philsophical Society, New Series, Volume 37, Part 4)
  • Author: Julius E. Lips
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  • Page: 232
  • Format: Paperback
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