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The Salish people : the local contribution of Charles Hill-Tout

Author: Charles Hill-Tout; Ralph Maud
Publisher: Vancouver : Talonbooks, 1978.
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Volume I of The Salish People deals with the people of the Thompson and Okanagan. It includes stories told to Charles Hill-Tout by Chief Mischelle of Lytton in 1896. The introduction provides biographical sketches of the two men who make this collaboration the remarkable document it is: Hill-Tout, the self-educated and dedicated ethnologist, newly arrived from England, and Chief Mischelle of Lytton, one of the most  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Hill-Tout, Charles, 1858-1944.
Salish people.
Vancouver : Talonbooks, 1978
(OCoLC)654878863
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Hill-Tout; Ralph Maud
ISBN: 0889221480 9780889221482
OCLC Number: 5707209
Description: 4 volumes : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: v. 1. The Thompson and the Okanagan.--v. 2. The Squamish and the Lilloet.--v. 3. The mainland Halkomelem.--v. 4. The Sechelt and the southeastern tribes of Vancouver Island.
Responsibility: edited with an introd. by Ralph Maud.

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Volume I of The Salish People deals with the people of the Thompson and Okanagan. It includes stories told to Charles Hill-Tout by Chief Mischelle of Lytton in 1896. The introduction provides biographical sketches of the two men who make this collaboration the remarkable document it is: Hill-Tout, the self-educated and dedicated ethnologist, newly arrived from England, and Chief Mischelle of Lytton, one of the most talented and informed people that a beginning field worker could hope to meet.

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