4 edition of The Indians of British Columbia found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Franz Boas.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 14288, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 14288|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (12 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||12|
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This The Indians of British Columbia book is an ethnographic description of a group of Kwakiutl Indians living in Gilford, British Columbia, a The Indians of British Columbia book fishing community in the s. The Rohners lived in Cited by: The Big Boys planned to build a pipeline from Alaska down to the US Midwest, bringing energy from source to consumer.
The line had to cross some hundreds of miles of British Columbia, over land that had once belonged exclusively to Indians, but which had already been invaded by trappers, sport hunters, ranchers, oil and gas explorers, loggers, drillers, and the beginnings of by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jenness, Diamond, Sekani Indians of British Columbia.
Ottawa, J.O. Patenaude, (OCoLC) "Indians at Work" provides an historical background to native labour in BC from the Gold Rush to the beginning of the Great Depression.
It counters the common misconception that native people responded to European settlement and industrial development by The Indians of British Columbia book to a reserve existence.4/5(3).
When Dreams Collide The Big Boys planned to build a pipeline from Alaska down to the US Midwest, bringing energy from source The Indians of British Columbia book consumer. The line had to cross some hundreds of miles of British Columbia, over land that had once belonged exclusively to Indians, but which had already been invaded by trappers, sport hunters, ranchers, oil and gas explorers, loggers, drillers, and the beginnings /5.
8 rows The Indians of British Columbia by Franz Boas; 7 editions; First published in. First published inThe Indian History of British Columbia: The Impact of the White Man remains an important book thanks to Wilson Duff's rigorous scholarship.
It is an excellent overview of the history of the interaction between the First Nations of British Columbia and the colonial cultures that came to western North America.5/5(1).
Genre/Form: Music: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Densmore, Frances, Music of the Indians of British Columbia. Washington: U.S.G.P.O., Native American Tribes of British Columbia This is an index to the Native American language and cultural information on our website pertaining to British Columbia Indian tribes.
Some pages contain more information than others. Yekooche First Nation Suite - 3rd Ave. Prince George, BC V2L 3G3 () Moricetown R.R. #1, Box 1, Site 15 Moricetown, B.C. V0J 2N0. FOOD PLANTS OF THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS By EwAs YANOVSKY, chemi«t. Carbohydrate Research Division, Bureau of Chemistry and Soils CONTENTS Page Foreword } Introduction -- \ Plants ^ Page Literature cited 25 Index «9 FOREWORD This publication is a.
Filed under: Indians of North America -- British Columbia -- Vancouver Island -- Languages Some Account of the Tahkaht Language, As Spoken By Several Tribes on the Western Coast of Vancouver Island The Indians of British Columbia book Hatchard, ), by C.
Knipe (multiple formats at ). The The Indians of British Columbia book Indians of Queen Charlotte's Islands, British Columbia With a Brief Description of Their Carvings, Tattoo Designs, Etc. (), by James G. Swan (multiple formats at ) Official Report of the Exploration of the Queen Charlotte Islands for the Government of British Columbia (), by Newton H.
Chittenden. Indians won't talk. Before proceeding to relate further incidents connected with the mysterious Sasquatch, I ought to explain that for the past fifteen years I have occupied a Government position as Indian Agent stationed at the Chehalis Indian Reserve, some sixty odd miles from Vancouver British Columbia.
My charges are also my friends and. The Indian History of British Columbia, Volume 1 Issue 5 of Anthropology in British Columbia, British Columbia Provincial Museum of Natural History and Anthropology, ISSN The Indian History of British Columbia, British Columbia Provincial Museum: Authors: Wilson Duff, British Columbia Provincial Museum: Publisher.
When we deal with Ojibway Indians of British Columbia, we must first focus on the Hudson Hope Band and the Shuswap including the Chilcotin. The Ojibway Indians of British Columbia, who are better known as the Saulteau or Saulteaux, are actually an admixture of native Chippewa Indians and those who later followed prophecy and migrated to northern British Columbia from the southeast.
The Thompson Indians of British Columbia by Teit, James Alexander; 5 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Ntlakyapamuk Indians, Social life and customs.
Ethnobotany of the Okanagan-Colville Indians of British Columbia and Washington Issue 21 of Occasional papers of the British Columbia Provincial Museum Volume 21 of British Columbia Provincial Museum Occasional Paper: Authors: Nancy J.
Turner, Randy Bouchard, Dorothy I. Kennedy: Contributor: Randy Bouchard: Publisher: British Columbia 4/5(1). The Big Boys planned to build a pipeline from Alaska down to the US Midwest, bringing energy from source to consumer.
The line had to cross some hundreds of miles of British Columbia, over land that had once belonged exclusively to Indians, but which had already been invaded by trappers, sport hunters, ranchers, oil and gas explorers, loggers, drillers, and the beginnings of by: Title Kwakiutl and Nootka Indian tribes of British Columbia Summary Summary: A-Kwakiutl: Portraits of men (including a chief and a warrior) and women (including a chief's daughter), many wearing ceremonial clothing and nose rings, many identified; ceremonial dancers (including Winter Dance participants), some holding skulls and skeleton parts, wearing masks, wigs, fur, feathers, and.
The purpose of this study is to describe the aboriginal and early post-contract Sekani Indians of northeastern British Columbia using four fur-trade journals as the primary sources of information.
While the journals were primarily records of exploration or of the economics of the fur-trade, they contain a remarkable wealth of detail about the.
[Kwakiutl Indians in boat, British Columbia] Contributor Names Curtis, Edward S.,photographer Created / Published c Subject Headings Book/Printed Material Ethnology of the Kwakiutl, based on data.
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Free shipping for many products. The Kwakiutl: Indians of British Columbia Author Rohner, Ronald P.; Bettauer, Evelyn C Format/binding Couverture souple Book condition Used - Neuf Quantity available 1 Binding Paperback ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher Waveland Press Inc Place of Publication Prospect Heights, Il, U.s.a.
Date published Keywords. During the s Harlan I. Smith, an archaeologist with the National Museums of Canada, documented plant and animal knowledge and use among the Gitksan, Nuxalk and Ulkatcho Carrier of British Columbia. Smith’s work is the earliest, relatively comprehensive ethnobotanical study for Cited by: 8.
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The Government of Canada has established at least Indian reserves for First Nation band governments in its westernmost province of British majority of these reserves continue to exist while a number are no longer in existence. Title: Claiming the land: Indians, goldseekers, and the rush to British Columbia: Creator: Marshall, Daniel Patrick: Date Issued: Description: During the Fraser River gold rush ofo goldseekers invaded the Aboriginal lands of southern British Columbia, setting off Native-White conflicts similar to the Indian Wars of the American Pacific Northwest.
Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Boas, Franz, ; Format: Book, Microform, Online; p. ill. Today the Thompson people live in the Fraser Canyon area of southern British Columbia; in former times their range extended in to Washington state.
These translations of services from the Book of Common Prayer were prepared by English SPG missionary John. In this book, Christopher McKee traces the origins and development of treaty negotiations in British Columbia.
Through examination of Native peoples'concerns, such as their role in natural resource development and the issue of compensation for lands and resources lost to industry and urban development, he analyzes conflicting points of view on the treaty-making process and suggests.
Indians At Work originally was part of an attempt to sketch in some of the forgotten components of working class history in British Columbia. It was preceeded by three earlier life histories in a similar vein and was intended to open a vista on an Indian past little Size: 1MB.
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Memoirs of the AMNH ; v. 2, pt. 1. Related Titles. Series: Memoirs of the American Museum of Natural History ; v. 2, pt. 1. By. Boas, Franz, Jesup North Pacific Expedition () Type. Book Publication info. The website documents in ebook with commentary the environmental havoc caused by European settler society to the ebook colonial world of what is now known as British Columbia (BC).
It argues that the road back to environmental sanity must go through the restitution of past wrongs to First Nations by means of strong support for their land rights over and against the .