Katzie ethnographic notes

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Coast Salish Indians., Coast Salish Indians -- Religion., Indians of North America -- British Columbia., Indians of North America -- British Columbia -- Reli
StatementWayne Suttles. The faith of a Coast Salish Indian / Diamond Jenness.
SeriesAnthropology in British Columbia -- memoir nos. 2 and 3.
ContributionsDuff, Wilson, 1925-, Jenness, Diamond, 1886-1969., British Columbia Provincial Museum.
The Physical Object
Pagination31, 92 p. :
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Open LibraryOL19836418M
ISBN 100771885520
LC Control Number87092030

Katzie Ethnographic Notes, The Faith of a Coast Salish Indian book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Suttles, Wayne P., Katzie ethnographic notes. Victoria: British Columbia Provincial Museum, Dept. of Education. item 1 KATZIE ETHNOGRAPHIC NOTES, FAITH OF A COAST SALISH INDIAN By Diamond Jenness 1 - KATZIE ETHNOGRAPHIC NOTES, FAITH OF A COAST SALISH INDIAN By Good.

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Series Title: Anthropology in British Columbia, no. Other Titles. Katzie Ethnographic Notes. WAYNE SUTTLES. The Faith of a Coast Salish Indian. DIA- MOND JENNESS.

(Anthropology in British Columbia. Memoirs 2 and 3, WILSON DUFF (Ed.). figure were not integrated in a grand design as they are in Old Pierre’s “Book of Gene- sis.” He-Who-Dwells-Above also plays a distinct part in the descriptions of the Author: H.

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Katzie Ethnographic Notes, The Faith of a Coast Author: Wayne Suttles, Diamond Jenness. Katzie ethnographic notes., Toronto Public Library. Full Bibliographic Record; Publication information: Victoria, B.C.: [Printer to the Queen], []. Katzie Ethnographic Notes.

WAYNE SUTTLES. The Faith of a Coast Salish Indian. DIAMOND JENNESS. (Anthropology in British Columbia. Memoirs 2 and 3, WILSON DUFF (Ed.). Victoria, B. C.: British Columbia Provincial Museum, 26 and 87 pp., 2 maps, 3 tables, frontispiece, appendix.

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Home; All editions; Katzie ethnographic notes / by Wayne Suttles. The faith of a Coast Salish Indian, by Diamond Jenness. Wilson Duff, editor Suttles, Wayne P.,   The book, with Katzie Ethnographic Notes by Wayne Suttles, was published after Jenness’s original manuscript on the Coast Salish natives.

The record was related by Peter Pierre, who had trained in medicine and oral history of. Their collaboration called Katzie Ethnographic Notes was published in conjunction with a reprint of Jenness' The Faith of a Coast Salish Indian. Born in Wellington, New Zealand, on Februhe graduated with an M.A.

from Victoria University College in Wellington inthen studied anthropology at Balliol College, Oxford University. One of these was Wayne Suttles's Katzie Ethnographic Notes, a book that includes two memoirs--one by Wayne Suttles, the other by Diamond Jenness--detailing the traditional beliefs and practices of the Katzies, a First Nations people whose pre-contact territories included what is now known as British Columbia's Pitt Lake region.

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Katzie Ethnographic Notes: The Faith of a Coast Salish Indian (B.C. Provincial Museum, ; ). Edited by Wilson Duff. Suttles, Wayne (editor). The Economic Life of the Coast Salish of Haro and Rosario Straits (New York: Garland Publishing, ).

Suttles, Wayne (editor). Coast Salish Essays (Talonbooks, ). Suttles, Wayne (editor). Wayne Suttles writes in Katzie Ethnographic Notes (page 28): "Later two of Basil Brousseau's daughters married whites, Victor Twist and Georgy Moody.

The name of this daughter has not yet been discovered. Endnotes. Alice Marwood. Book Reviews Although this review must naturally emphasize the scholarly qualities of Oriental Despotism, it cannot ignore entirely the potential political impact of the provides for the &+st time a solid theoretical framework on which the “free world”Author: Verne F.

Ray. spoke a Halkomelem dialect (see Map ). Sources of ethnographic information on the Halkomelem peoples include the early work of Boas (, ) and Hill-Tout (, a, b,). Later studies by Jenness () and Suttles () are primary references for the Katzie who inhabited the Pitt River drainage.

Wayne Suttles is the author of Coast Salish Essays ( avg rating, 9 ratings, 4 reviews, published ), Handbook of North American Indians, Volume 7 /5. My doctoral work examines intergenerational relationships between Katzie people, their stories and memories connected to the land and waters of their territory, their understandings, and their contexts.

I explore and explain ways the waters and the land are integral to the literacy and pedagogy of Katzie people, and fundamental to Katzie people’s identity, wellbeing, and Author: Kerrie Charnley.

Duff, Wilson (ed). Katzie Ethnographic Notes. Wayne Suttles. The Faith of a Coast Salish Indian. Diamond Jenness. Anthropology in British Columbia Memoirs Nos.

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All books are in clear copy here, and all files are secure so don't worry about it. This site is like a library, you could find million book here by using search box in the widget. Tipai Ethnographic Notes. KATZIE ETHNOGRAPHIC NOTES ISSN - - (BC Museum Publication) Reference to Basil Brousseau: Simon Pierre's (son of Peter Pierre) oldest sister married HBC employee Basil Brousseau who settled as a farmer at Langley Prairie.

Later 2 of their daughters married whites, Victor Twist and George Moody. This paper summarizes the results of a pilot study of the ethnographic and ethnohistorical literature designed to address certain questions concerning the use of stone projectile tips. The term “tip” as employed herein includes not just formal “points” in a descriptive sense, but any projectile weaponry armed with a stone component as Cited by:.

Duff, Wilson, [ Book, Government publication: ] At 3 libraries. This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 19,) Katzie ethnographic notes / by Wayne Suttles. The faith of a Coast Salish Indian, by Diamond Jenness. Wilson Duff, editor Suttles, Wayne P., Deer General. Mule and black-tailed deer; White-tailed deer; Deer General.

Deer are medium-sized hoofed mammals and are part of the same family as North American elk (Cervus elpahus), moose (Alces alces), and caribou (Rangifer tarandus).They are exclusively herbivorous and tend to be found alone or in small, sex-specific groups in spring and summer, larger mixed-sex .The book is divided into two parts.

Part 1 reproduces the first nine chapters of Jenness’s original manuscript, “The Saanich Indians of Vancouver Island,” with three final chapters prepared by Richling from the notes Jenness had arranged by subject matter.