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Introduction [to James Teit"s Traditions of the Thompson River Indians of British Columbia]
|Other titles||Traditions of the Thompson River Indians of British Columbia.|
|Statement||by Franz Boas.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 07080.|
|Contributions||Teit, James Alexander, 1864-1922.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||18|
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Traditions of the Thompson River Indians of British Columbia, collected and annotated by James Teit, with an introduction by Franz Boas (Houghton Mifflin, ). Teit, James. The Thompson Indians (Memoir No.
2 New York: American Museum of Natural History, ) Teit, James. Thompson River Indians (THOMPSON INDIANS), an important tribe of British Columbia of Salishan linguistic stock, also known as Knife Indians, occupying the country about the junction of Thompson and Fraser Rivers, Yale district, from about Yale up nearly to Lillooet on the Fraser, and as far as Ashcroft on the Thompson.
They surrounded the cognate Lillooet, and Shuswap. James Teit. — Traditions of the Thompson river Indians of British Columbia, collected and annotated by James Teit, witht Introduction by Franz Boas. (Vol. VI des Memoirs of the Ameri can folk-lore Society.) Houghton, Mifflin et Cie; Boston et.
(THOMPSON INDIANS). An important tribe of British Columbia of Salishan linguistic stock, also known as Knife Indians, occupying the country about the junction of Thompson and Fraser Rivers, Yale district, from about Yale up nearly to Lillooet on the Fraser, and as far as Ashcroft on the Thompson.
Thompson ethnobotany: knowledge and usage of plants by the Thompson Indians of British Columbia Nancy J. Turner, Royal British Columbia Museum Royal British Columbia Museum, - Science - pages.
Of the 27 JNPE publications in the American Museum of Natural History’s Memoirs (New York), Teit authored four: “The Thompson Indians of British Columbia” (), “The Lillooet Indians” (), “The Shuswap” (), and “Mythology of the Thompson Indians” (). He also contributed indirectly to an additional three.
In this book, renowned ethnobotanist Nancy J. Turner and her co-authors provide a thorough consideration of the uses and applications of plant life in Nlaka’pamux (Thompson) territory, including methods of harvest and preparation, cultural and spiritual significance, and an inventory of plants with their English, Latin and Nlaka’pamuctsin.
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History of Thompson Country, British Columbia. as these have been wrongly described in the book of his journey round the world inby the Governor, Sir George Simpson, who was at Fort Vancouver, on the Columbia river, in the middle ofseveral months after it happened, and also described wrongly by other writers.
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Tribal Mythology and Folklore. North America. Thompson River Indian. Traditional Stories. Thompson [Nkamtci'nEmux tribe] Battle of the Birds Recorded by James Teit.
All the birds agreed to help the Hala'u to steal the wife of the Baldheaded Eagle, who was a very good woman, but got treated bad by her husband.THOMPSONs - Native American.
The following are THOMPSON references extracted from the book: INDIANS FROM NEW YORK: A Genealogy Reference Volume Three By Toni Jollay Prevost; Published by Heritage Books, Inc ISBN p USCensus at Carlisle Institute (students of 6 Nations ancestry).p. illus., pl. xxiv-xxvi.