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Detailed Inventory of the Barbeau Northwest Coast Files.

National Museums of Canada. National Museum of Man.

Detailed Inventory of the Barbeau Northwest Coast Files.

by National Museums of Canada. National Museum of Man.

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SeriesCanadian Centre For Folk Culture Studies Paper Mercury Séries -- 54
ContributionsCove, J.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21884946M

Art of the Northwest Coast is a superbly illustrated and informed overview of the First Nations art of the Northwest Coast, covering the region from south of the Canada/U.S. border to Haida Gwaii and Alaska, and proceeding from prehistoric times to the present. Barbeau Peak rises to a height of 8, feet on Ellesmere Island. [Photo, courtesy National Archives of Canada/PA] With perseverance, he examined as well the ethnoculture of Canada’s first nations, especially in British Columbia where he gave particular attention to the Tsimshians of the northwest coast.

Detailed inventory of the Barbeau Northwest Coast Files: Development and Distribution of Discontinuous Morphological Variation of the Human Infracranial Skeleton: Development of Caribou Eskimo Culture: Diachronic Study of Dental Palaeopathology and Attritional Status of Prehistoric Ontario Pre-Iroquois and Iroquois Populations.   Free Online Library: `Best field for tourist sale of books': Marius Barbeau, the Macmillan Company and folklore publishing in the s. by "Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada"; Library and information science Languages and linguistics Anthropologists Folklore Publishing industry History.

Records documenting the education and career of Edward Barbeau as a mathematician, primarily at the University of Toronto. Included are files on his education; administrative and teaching files; professional organizations, especially the Gelfand Club of Ontario; manuscripts and publications, in particular his column, “Aftermath”, and his book, Polynomials; addresses, photographs, and. (cdn) Barbeau lists totem poles of theTsimshian, Haida, Tlingit, Nootka, Salish, and Swakiutl and discusses themythic themes represented. He comments on the growth of totemism on theNorth Pacific Coast and traces the appear-ance of crest symbols onpainted house fronts and cites sources of early and later recordsrelating to totem pole carving. p.


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Detailed Inventory of the Barbeau Northwest Coast Files by National Museums of Canada. National Museum of Man. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Detailed inventory of the Barbeau Northwest Coast Files. In this Book. Additional Information. contents. View Citation; summary. This volume consists of a general inventory of Marius Barbeau’s Northwest Coast Files and related material from the Barbeau collection. Table of Cited by: 2. Detailed inventory of the Barbeau Northwest Coast Files Book Description: This volume consists of a general inventory of Marius Barbeau’s Northwest Coast Files and related material from the Barbeau.

Detailed inventory of the Barbeau northwest coast files. Ottawa: National Museums of Canada, (OCoLC) Named Person: Marius Barbeau; Marius Barbeau; Marius Barbeau; Marius Barbeau; Marius Barbeau: Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John J Cove.

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Marius Barbeau's Northwest Coast files, microfilmed in the order in which they are listed in John C. Cove, A detailed inventory of the Barbeau Northwest Coast files, National Museum of Man Mercury Series, Canadian Centre for Folk Culture Studies Paper no. Cove, John J. () A Detailed Inventory of the Barbeau Northwest Coast Files.

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1 - [Barbeau, Marius] Cove, John J. A Detailed Inventory of the Barbeau Northwest Coast Files. National Museums of Canada, Ottawa, Quarto in card covers; pp. Paper No. 54 of the Canadian Centre for Folk Culture Studies, and part of the National Museum of Man Mercury Series.

They are available on twenty-two rolls of microfilm, from the CMC, and have been indexed in A Detailed Inventory of the Barbeau Northwest Coast Files. The Tsimshian Tribal Council (TTC) has made several volumes of hard copy from the microfilm, selecting those sections most pertinent to.

John J. Cove is a Canadian anthropologist known for his work with the Gitksan First Nation of northern British was a Professor of anthropology and sociology at Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. As recounted in the introduction to his book Shattered Images (), he was led to examine the oral traditions and cosmology of the Tsimshianic-speaking peoples—the.

Cove, John J. () A Detailed Inventory of the Barbeau Northwest Coast Files. (National Museum of Man Mercury Series, Canadian Centre for Folk Culture Studies, Paper ) Ottawa: National Museums of Canada. Duff, Wilson () "Contributions of Marius Barbeau to West Coast Ethnology," Anthropologica (new series), vol.

6, no. 1, pp. Cove, John J. () A Detailed Inventory of the Barbeau Northwest Coast Files. (National Museum of Man Mercury Series, Canadian Centre for Folk Culture Studies, Paper ) Ottawa: National Museums of Canada. Duff, Wilson () "Contributions of Marius Barbeau to West Coast Ethnology." Anthropologica (new series), vol.

6, no. 1, pp. 63– A detailed inventory of the Barbeau northwest coast files by John J Cove (); Around and about Marius Barbeau: modelling twentieth-century culture by Lynda Jessup (Book); Man of mana, Marius Barbeau: a biography by Laurence Nowry (Book).

The introduction is by George F. MacDonald: "A detailed knowledge of the traditional cultures of the coastal peoples of British Columbia (Canada) and Washington State (United States), and of the geographic settings in which those cultures flourished, are the source materials to which Gordon Miller and Bill Holm apply their artistic skills.

Barbeau was one of the first ethnographers to seriously attempt to document the accomplishments of individual Haida artists, primarily in his book Haida Carvers in Argillite 2. A contemporary of Diamond Jenness, Barbeau became one of the first recipients of the Order of Canada. He died on Febru in Ottawa.

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A detailed inventory of the Barbeau Northwest Coast Files. Nov 2, 11/ by iv, p.: 28 cm Topics: Barbeau, Marius,Canadian Centre for Folk Culture Studies. Barbeau Northwest Coast Books to Borrow. This paper is a critical history of anthropological research on the oral traditions of the cultures of the Northwest Coast of North America, where much influential work has been done using the.

The European musical system does not apply to the music of the Northwest Coast. Densmore’s studies, which play an important role in the history of Northwest Coast research, clearly measure Native American music by European standards.

“Her transcriptions are generally good, although not as detailed as they should be for maximum usefulness. Very nice condition, scarce in hardcover.

very good Charles Marius Barbeau ( - ) is considered a founder of Canadian anthropology. He is most well known for his work with Quebecois folklore, as well as extensive research into the culture and society of the Northwest coastal peoples. Seller Inventory #. Most researchers agree on a short list of possible explanations of the function of rock art in the Pacific Northwest.

For a more detailed discussion the reader is referred to Hill and Hill (), Lundy () and Keyser (, Keyser, et al.Hann ). About the only recent book dealing with NW coast petroglyphs. Not intended as a.Cove, John J.

() A Detailed Inventory of the Barbeau Northwest Coast Files. (National Museum of Man Mercury Series, Canadian Centre for Folk Culture Studies, Paper ) Ottawa: National Museums of Canada. Duff, Wilson () "Contributions of Marius Barbeau to West Coast Ethnology." Anthropologica (new series), vol.

6, no. 1, pp. Quantity 72 linear ft., () Collection Number XOE_CPNWSnwethnohistory Summary The Northwest Ethnohistory collection includes oral histories, manuscripts, correspondence, maps, bibliographies, publications and photographs relating to various Native American tribes in the Pacific Northwest.