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- noun Plural form of
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As for the Athabaskans, they were one of the later peoples to come to North America and probably by boat, island-hopping along the Pacific coast following the Ice Age, around 8000 BCE or so.
I actually found one once claiming that the Athabaskans refugee Mongols defeated by Genghis Khan.
Athabaskans, and Caribou-Eaters, until, at the age of twenty-seven he was chosen as the coadjutor and future successor of Mgr. Provencher.
Columbia river, the Athabaskans of Hudson's Bay, the Fuegians and some other South American tribes, are in the upper status of savagery.
Athabaskans, on the northeast by Eskimos, and on the east by the ocean.
The Athabaskans of Hudson's Bay were on about the same level of savagery.
But, as Victor said, "You never forget your own language," and nowadays they had a great interest in "getting back their own culture," which can be traced to the Athabaskans in North Western Canada who came across the Bering land bridge thousands of years ago.
Southern Athabaskans, includes (p. 308) Kwalioqwa, Tlatskanai, Umkwa.) = Athabaskan, Latham in Trans.