Bibliographie

Anon. 1987a. “How a drum is made.” Isumasi 1/1 (March 1987): 14-16.

Anon. 1987b. “Vocabulary of the drum dance,” Isumasi 1/1 (March 1987): 18.

Arima, E.Y. and Magnús Einarsson. 1976. “Whence and When the “Eskimo Fiddle’?” Folk 18: 23-40.

Arna’naaq, Luke. 1987. “Remembering the dance,” Isumasi 1/1 (March 1987): 12-13.

Balikci, Asen. 1970. The Netsilik Eskimo. Prospect Heights, Ill.: Waveland Press.

Catlin, George. 1844/1965.Letters and Notes on the Manners, Customs and Conditions of the North American Indians, Volume 1. Minneapolis: Ross & Haines Reprint.

Gallat-Morin, Elisabeth and Jean-Pierre Pinson. 2003. La vie musicale en Nouvelle- France. Sillery QC: Septentrion.

Hassrick, Royal B. 1964. The Sioux. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.

Hungry Wolf, Adolf. 1977. The Blood People. New York: Harper & Row.

Hawkes. E. W. 1916. The Labrador Eskimo. Ottawa: Canadian Department of Mines Geological Survey.

Jefferson, Robert. 1929. “50 Years on the Saskatchewan,” Canadian Northwest Society Publication 1: 1 – 160.

Johnson, Frederick. 1943. “Notes on Micmac Shamanism.” Primitive Man 16: 53-80.

Keillor, Elaine. 1985-86. “Les tambours des Athapascans du Nord,” Recherches amerindiennes au québec 15/4 (hiver 1985-86), pp. 43-52.

Mandelbaum David G. 1940/1979. The Plains Cree: An Ethnographical, Historical and Comparative Study. Regina: University of Regina, Canadian Plains Research Centre

Mills, Antonia Curtze. 1981. The Beaver Indian Prophet Dance and Related Movements Among North American Indians. PhD dissertation. Harvard University.

Payne, Richard W. 1999. The Native American Plains Flute. Oklahoma City: Toubat Trails Publishing Co.

Russell, Frank. 1898. Explorations of the Far North. Iowa: University of Iowa.

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