June Helm was an American anthropologist, primarily known for her work with the Dene people in the Mackenzie River drainage. She was also Professor Emerita of Anthropology at The University of Iowa.
Handbook of North American Indians, Volume 6: Subarcticby June Helm (Editor), William C. Sturtevant (Editor), Beryl C. Gillespie (Contribution by), Edward S. Rogers (Contribution by), Jacques Cinq-Mars (Contribution by)
Describes the prehistory, history, and cultures of the aboriginal people of North America who lived in the Subarctic culture area, defined as extending from the coast of Labrador on the Atlantic Ocean to Cook Inlet and beyond on the Pacific.
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