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Coast Salish and western Washington Indians

Wayne P. Suttles

Coast Salish and western Washington Indians

the economic life of the Coast Salish of Haro and Rosario Straits.

by Wayne P. Suttles

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Published by Garland Pub. Inc. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Salishan Indians -- Economic conditions

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesThe economic life of the Coast Salish ...
    SeriesCoast Salish and western Washington Indians -- v. 1, American Indian ethnohistory
    The Physical Object
    Pagination512 p.
    Number of Pages512
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13538767M
    OCLC/WorldCa16117197

    DJ has sticker removal on rear panel, light wear to spine ends, some darkening to some edges. Illustrated with b & w photos & drawings, map, 2 tables. Includes footnotes, appendix, bibliography and index. Examines the revival of spirit dancing among the Nooksack and Coast Salish indians of north western Washington. Nice copy, somewhat scarce. standing that gives Amoss‘ book its meaning and importance. In the Nooksack, a dwindling tribe of Coast Salishans scattered among the white residents of western Washington, she has found one of the more astonishing examples of cultural persistence. The Nooksack have preserved their lndianness in the face of many obstacles: they.

    A major contribution to our knowledge of western Washington Salish oral traditions, Folk-Tales of the Coast Salish contains texts from nineteen consultants—most collected in English or in English translation. The stories represent Upper Chehalis and Cowlitz Salish narrative traditions, primarily myths and tales, and constitute the. Publications, Essays, Articles, and Book Chapters American Indian/Native American, History, Indigenous, Sovereignty “Marine Tenure of the Makah,” in Indigenous Knowledge and the Environment in Africa and North America, eds. David Gordon and . Puget Salish People of Washington The Puget Salish are the Native Americans whose ancestral home is located along the shores of Puget Sound. Today, there are nineteen (19) different Puget Salish tribes. One hundred and fifty years ago, before they had treaties with the U.S. government, there were more than fifty (50) named tribes. The.

    Find a huge variety of new & used Coast Salish Indians books online including bestsellers & rare titles at the best prices. Shop Coast Salish Indians books at Alibris. Alaskan Tlinigit and Tsimshian - Dr. Jay Miller of the University of Washington examines the Tlingit of the Alaskan panhandle and neighboring Tsimshian of the British Columbia coast. The large number of photographs of these groups owes to the historical circumstance of the Yukon and Alaskan gold rushes at the turn of the century that sent thousands of prospectors into their homelands and.   A Stó:lō-Coast Salish historical atlas Call Number: Western Library Wilson 4C - Northwest Collection - Oversize GF7E1 S8 The Canoe Rocks: Alaska's Tlingit and the Euramerican frontier, by Hinckley, Ted C.


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