Arizona Anthropologist: Issue #15 (2003)7
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- Arizona Anthropologist Number 15, Fall 2003
- Editor's Introduction to Issue #15
- Timed Out: Temporal Struggles between the State and the Poor in the Context of U.S. Welfare Reform
- Indian Trappers and the Hudson's Bay Company: Early Means of Negotiation in the Canadian Fur Trade
- In Memoriam: Carol Kramer