Yeenoo Dài’ K’ètr’ijilkai’ Ganagwaandaii: Long Ago Sewing We Will Remember – The Story of the Gwich’in Traditional Caribou Skin Clothing Project.
Thompson, Judy and Ingrid Kritsch
Published by Mercury Series Ethnology Paper 143. Canadian Museum of Civilization, 2005, 61 pp
A three-year collaboration between the Gwich’in, the Canadian Museum of Civilization, and the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre results in a revival of skills and knowledge employed in making traditional clothing of caribou skin. Over 40 seamstresses create five reproductions of an elegant nineteenth-century summer outfit from the collection of the Canadian Museum of Civilization. This richly illustrated book is an indispensable resource on Gwich’in culture and heritage, and on modern partnerships between museums and First Nations. This Mercury Series publication can be ordered by calling 1-800-555-5621; by e-mail to email@example.com; by internet to http://www.cyberboutique.civilization.ca; or by writing to: Mail Order Services, Canadian Museum of Civilization, 100 Laurier Street, P.O. Box 3100, Station B, Hull, Quebec J8X 4H2.
Book reviews of this volume:
Laura Peers. Book Review: Judy Thompson and Ingrid Kritsch, Yeenoo dài' k' è'tr 'ijilkai' ganagwaandaii / Long Ago Sewing We Will Remember: The Story of the Gwich'in Traditional Caribou Skin Clothing Project (Journal of Museum Ethnography, no.18, May 2006, pp. 198-199)
Elena Piterskaya. Book Review [4 publications]. (Polar Geography, Volume 35, Issue 3-4, 2012, pp. 331-337)
Shepard Krech. Book Review: Yeenoo dài' k'è'tr'ijilkai' ganagwaandaii/Long Ago Sewing We Will Remember: The Story of the Gwich'in Traditional Caribou Skin Clothing Project by Judy Thompson and Ingrid Kritsch (Museum Anthropology, 32: 63–65)