Our Sources

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In order to facilitate further learning, we would like to present you with the sources from which we draw much of the textual information that you will find on this site. As our work continues we will continue to add to this list.
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Barbeau, Marius. 1929. Totem Poles of the Gitksan, Upper Skeena River, British Columbia. National Museum of Canada Bulletin No. 61, Anthropological Series No. 12, Facsimile Edition. F.A. Acland: Ottawa.

Berthiaum R. 1999. The Gitselasu: The People of Kitselas Canyon. The Tsimshian People of Kitselas: Terrace, BC

Beynon, William. 2000. Potlatch at Gitsegukla: William Beynon’s 1945 Field Notebooks. Ed. by Margaret Anderson and Marjorie Halpin. Vancouver: UBC Press.

Blackman, Margret B. 1990. “Haida Traditional Culture” in Handbook of North American Indians, Vol 7 Northwest Coast (Vol. ed.) Wayne Suttles, (General ed.) William C. Sturtevant. p.240-266. Smithsonian Institute: Washington.

Bouchard and Kennedy, 2002. Indian Myths and Legends from the North Pacific Coast of America. A Translation of Franz Boas.’ 1895 Edition of Indianische Sagen von der Nord-Pacifischen Küste Amerikas. Talonbooks: Vancouver.

Bouchard R. and Dorothy Kennedy. 2004. An Overview of First Nations’ Aboriginal Interests in the Area of Sea Breeze Energy’s Proposed Developments on Northern Vancouver Island: Knob Hill & Shushartie Mountain Block 1. Prepared for Sea Breeze Energy Inc. Vancouver BC.

Cassidy, Maureen. 1984. From Mountain to Mountain: A History of the Gitksan Village of Ans’pa yaxw. Ans’pa yaxw School Society: Kispiox, BC.

Central Coast Regional District website: www.ccrd-bc.ca/communities/bella-bella.php

Chilkat Indian Village website: http://chilkatindianvillage.org/

Codere, Helen. 1990. “Kwakiutl: Traditional Culture” in Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 7 Northwest Coast (Vol. ed.) Wayne Suttles, (General ed.) William C. Sturtevant. p.359-377. Smithsonian Institute: Washington.

Cole, Douglas and Ira Chaikin. 1990. An Iron Hand Upon the People: The Law Against the Potlatch on the Northwest Coast. University of Washington Press: Seattle.

Curtis, Edward S. 1930. The North American Indian, Vol. 11: The Nootka. The Haida. Plimpton Press: Norwood, Mass.

Czaykowski-Higgins, Ewa and Marvin Dale Kinkade. 1998. Salish Languages and Linguistics: Theoretical and Descriptive Perspectives. Walter de Gruyter Press.

De Laguna, Frederica. 1990. Tlingit in Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 7 Northwest Coast (Vol. ed.) Wayne Suttles, (General ed.) William C. Sturtevant. p.203-228. Washington: Smithsonian Institute.

Drucker 1955. Indians of the Northwest Coast. New York: McGraw-Hill for the American Museum of Natural History.

Duff, Wilson. 1959. Histories, Territories, and Laws of the Kitwancool. Anthropology in B.C. Memoir, No. 4. B.C. Provincial Museum.

Dunn, John A. and Arnold Booth. 1990. “Tsimshian of Metlakatla, Alaska” in Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 7 Northwest Coast (Vol. ed.) Wayne Suttles, (General ed.) William C. Sturtevant. p.294-298. Washington: Smithsonian Institute.

Emmons, George T. 1991. The Tlingit Indians: Edited with additions by Frederica de Laguna and a biography by Jean Low. Seattle: University of Washington Press.

Galois, Robert. 1994. Kwakwaka’wakw Settlements, 1875-1920: A Geographical Analysis and Gazetteer. Vancouver: UBC Press.

Garfield, Viola. 1951. “The Tsimshian and Their Neighbors” in The Tsimshian: Their Arts and Music. American Ethnological Society Publications XVIII. Edited by Marian W. Smith. J.J. Augustin: New York.

Garfield, Violla E., P. Wingert and Marious Barbeau. 1951. “The Tsimshian: Their Arts and Music” (ed) Marian W. Smith. Publication of the American Ethnological Society XVIII.

Gitanyow Hereditary Chiefs. 2002. Website: www.kermode.net/gitanyowchiefs/

Gitxsan Community Website: www.gitxsan.com

Goldshmidt, Walter R. and Theodore H. Haas. 1998.  Haa Aani Our Land: Tlingit and Haida Land Rights and Use. Seaalaska Heritage Foundation.

Goodfellow, Anne Marie. 2005. Talking in Context: Language and Identity in Kwakwaka'wakw Society. McGill-Queens University Press.

Gough, Barry. 1984. Gunboat Fronteir: British Maritime Authority and Northwest Coast Indians, 1846-1890. UBC Press: Vancouver.

Halpin, Marjorie M. and Seguin, Margaret. 1990. “Tsimshian Peoples: Southern Tsimshian, Coast Tsimshian, Nishga, and Gitksan” in Handbook of North American Indians, Vol 7 Northwest Coast (Vol. ed.) Wayne Suttles, (General ed.) William C. Sturtevant. p.267-284. Smithsonian Institute: Washington.

Hamori-Torok, Charles. 1990. “Haisla” in Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 7 Northwest Coast (Vol. ed.) Wayne Suttles, (General ed.) William C. Sturtevant. p.359-377. Smithsonian Institute: Washington.

Harkin, Michael. 2005. The House of Longing: "Missionary-led Changes in Heiltsuk Domestic Forms and Structures" in Indigenous Peoples and Religious Change. Peggy Brock (ed) p.205-227. Leiden: Brill Publishing

Harkin, Michael. 1997. The Heiltsuks: Dialogues of Culture and History on the Northwest Coast. Lincoln and London: University of Nebraska Press.

Harkin, Michael. 1993. Power and Progress: The Evangelical Dialogue among the Heiltsuk in Ethnohistory, Vol. 40. No. 1 (Winter), pp. 1-33.

Hilton, Susanne F. 1990. Haihais, Bella Bella, and Oowekeeno. in Handbook of North American Indians, Vol 7 Northwest Coast(Vol. ed.) Wayne Suttles, (General ed.) William C. Sturtevant. p. 312-322. Washington: Smithsonian Institute.

Hobler, Philip M. Old Bella Bella, Genesis and Exodus (Fort McLoughlin), in Urban History Review. March 2000. Vol. 28, Iss. 2; pg. 6.

Indian and Northern Affairs Canada Website: www.ainc-inac.gc.ca/

Inglis. Gordon B., D. Hudson, B.R. Rigsby and Bruce Rigsby. 1990. “Tsimshian of British Columbia Since 1900” in Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 7 Northwest Coast (Vol. ed.) Wayne Suttles, (General ed.) William C. Sturtevant. p.285-293. Washington: Smithsonian Institute.

Jonaitis, Aldona. 2006. Art of the Northwest Coast. University of Washington Press: Seattle.

Jonaitis, Aldona. 1986. Art of the Northern Tlingit. University of Washington Press: Seattle and London.

Joyce, Rosemary A. and Susan D. Gillespie (editors) 2000. Beyond Kinship: Social and Material Reproduction in House Societies."Transformations of Nuu-chah-nulth Houses. University of Pennsylvania Press: Philadelphia.

Kennedy, Dorothy I.D. and Randall T. Bouchard. 1990. Bella Coola in Handbook of North American Indians, Vol 7 Northwest Coast(Vol. ed.) Wayne Suttles, (General ed.) William C. Sturtevant. p. 323-339. Smithsonian Institute: Washington.

Kitsegukla Band. 1979. Adawkhl Gitsegukla. Community Wide Printing: Houston.

Kroeber, Paul D. 1999. The Salish Language Family: Reconstructing Syntax. University of Nebraska Press.

MacDonald, George F. 1983. Haida Monumental Art: Villages of the Queen Charlotte Islands. UBC Press: Vancouver.

MacDonald, George F. 1989. Chiefs of the Sea and Sky: Haida heritage sites of the Queen Charlotte Islands. University of B.C Press: Vancouver.

McMillan, Alan D. 2000. Since the Time of the Transformers: The Ancient Heritage of the Nuu-chah-nulth, Ditidaht, and Makah. Vancouver: UBC Press.

Mitchell, D and Leland Donald. 2001. “Sharing Resources on the North Pacific Coast of North America: The Case of the Eulachon Fishery. Anthropologica,  XLIII: p. 19-35.

Mowachaht/Muchalaht First Nation: www.yuquot.ca

Musgamagw Tsawataineuk Tribal Council (MTTC) www.mttc.ca/

Nabakov, Peter and Robert Easton. 1989. Native American Architecture. Oxford University Press: New York.

Neel, David. 1995. The Great Canoes: Reviving A Northwest Coast Tradition. Douglas and McIntyre: Vancouver.

Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Organization: www.nuuchahnulth.org

Qqs Projects Society Website: www.qqsprojects.org

Sasamans Society (Quatsino First Nation): http://www.sasamans.ca/index.php/en/quatsino-first-nation

Scow, Bill. 1981. In Sea Monster House. Pacific Science Center, Seattle.

Stewart, Hilary. 1984. Cedar. Douglas and McIntyre:Vancouver.

Swanton, John R. 1909. Contribution to the Ethnology of the Haida. American Museum of Natural History Memoirs 8:1-300.

Thompson, M. Terry and Steven M. Egesdal, 2008. Salish Myths and Legends: One People’s Stories. University of Nebraska Press.

Vastokas, Joan. 1966. Architecture of the Northwest Coast Indians of North America. Ph.D. dissertation, Columbia University. Ann Arbor:University Microfilms International.

Williams, Judith. 2001. Two Wolves at the Dawn of Time: Kingcome Inlet Pictographs, 1893-1998. New Star Books: Vancouver.

Wingert, Paul S. “Tsimshian Sculpture” in The Tsimshian: Their Arts and Music. American Ethnological Society Publications XVIII. Edited by Marian W. Smith. J.J. Augustin: New York