5 edition of Changing Washo kinship. found in the catalog.
Changing Washo kinship.
Stanley A. Freed
Bibliography: p. 417-418.
|Other titles||Washo kinship.|
|Series||Anthropological records,, v. 14, no. 6|
|LC Classifications||E51 .A58 vol. 14, no. 6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||418|
|LC Control Number||60062963|
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used the term “fictive kin” to separate such relationships from “true” kinship. The Washo are not seen in isolation, but as part of the development of the region and its economy. They interact with and are interdependent with whites in the earlier stages of contact.
But then the needs of the white man's economy change and there is no longer any place for most of the Washo.5/5(2). Washoe County Library maintains a robust digital collection, giving you access to e-books, audiobooks, magazines, research, language learning, software tutorials, reading suggestions, and more.
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The important among these are science and technology (industrialization), expansion of towns and cities (urbanization) and employment of men and women both within organizations outside family influence. The material condition of .The Washoe County Recorder’s Office is dedicated to recording, permanently preserving and providing convenient access to property, mining, and marriage records.
The office is also responsible for collecting real property transfer tax on transfers of real property and producing certified copies of official county records.The final winter months leading up to the first warm days were the most difficult.
During this time the food supplies from last years harvest were dwindling and the fish, game, and early spring plants were not yet available in large quantities. For months the Washoe lived off of pine nut flour, seeds, dried meat.