A celebration of the enduring relationship between the Tlicho and this vast territory of land that is their home. Legat's respect for her collaborators is evident on every page and her joy in spending time in the company of Tlicho elders on the dè is palpable.
—Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute
This book will serve both specialists and students alike, giving an important and reflective insight into how life unfolds and choices are made in these Northern communities.
This book offers important ethnographic detail and analysis of how elders' articulation and dissemination of important knowledge is connected to specific places in the land. Even more importantly, Legat's ethnography shows readers the possibilities of an ethnographic methodology that is not predetermined by conventional Western academic standards.
—Amy E. Den Ouden, author of Beyond Conquest: Native Peoples and the Struggle for History in New England