Definition of ethnohistoric in US English:

ethnohistoric

adjective

  • See ethnohistory

    • ‘It is of particular interest that there is no known ethnographic or ethnohistoric account of such ceramic items among the current residents of the region, the Odawa.’
    • ‘The presence of cedar wood and snake remains in association with the pits again points to a ritual use, since both have clear archaeological and ethnohistoric ritualistic associations.’
    • ‘The northern and central part of the South American continent was described as such in all the early chronicles and ethnohistoric accounts.’
    • ‘It is argued, based on archaeological and ethnohistoric data, that the layout of the mound, burials, and charnel features is patterned after Native American notions of the cosmos.’
    • ‘In addition, numerous Eastern North American ethnohistoric sources indicate widespread intentional burning for the purposes of land management.’

Pronunciation

ethnohistoric

/-hiˈstôrik/