ethnogeography


ethnogeography

ethnogeography [eth-noh-jee-og-ruh-fee] ExamplesWord Origin noun

  1. a branch of anthropology dealing with the geographical distribution of ethnic groups or peoples and the relationship between these groups and their environment.

Compare anthropogeography. Origin of ethnogeography First recorded in 1910–15; ethno-+ geography Related formseth·no·ge·o·graph·ic [eth-noh-jee-uh-graf-ik] /ˌɛθ noʊˌdʒi əˈgræf ɪk/, adjectiveeth·no·ge·og·ra·pher, noun Examples from the Web for ethnogeography Historical Examples of ethnogeography

  • Information on the ethnogeography of the Kato is derived from several sources.

    California Athabascan Groups

    Martin A. Baumhoff

  • Merriam’s information on the Wailaki consists for the most part of ethnogeography, including villages, tribelets, and place names.

    California Athabascan Groups

    Martin A. Baumhoff

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