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Shooting Snowy was the Toughest Job I Ever Had: The Role of Dogs in First Contact and Anthropological Theory

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Title: Shooting Snowy was the Toughest Job I Ever Had: The Role of Dogs in First Contact and Anthropological Theory
Authors: Golub, Alex
Keywords: cultural contact
dogs
anthropological theory
humor
Gail Kelly
LC Subject Headings: Anthropology
Issue Date: Apr 2005
Citation: Golub, Alex. 2005. "Shooting Snowy was the Toughest Job I Ever Had": The Role of Dogs in First Contact and Anthropological Theory. Portland, OR: Fashioning Anthropology: Papers in Honor of Gail Kelly.
Description: Fashioning Anthropology: Papers in Honor of Gail Kelly
Portland, Oregon
April 15-16, 2005
Non-refereed
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10524/1553
Appears in Collections:Mana'o - Papers on Anthropology



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