Gitksan Indians



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Travelogue. The story of 'Ksan, a restored Gitskan Indian village near Hazelton, officially opened in 1970 as a centre for native culture, arts and crafts.

Agriculture today : [items and out-takes]

Television items.A. A commentator describes the Agricultural Rehabilitation and Development Act (ARDA). The 'Ksan project: an Indian village recreated near Hazelton. Campground and park for visitors. Longhouses. Splitting shingles, roofin...

Constance Cox interview

CALL NUMBER: T0313:0001 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Constance Cox : recollections : part 1 RECORDED: Hazelton (B.C.), 1959 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Constance Cox (nee Hankin) begins this tape with a story about her uncle Charlie Hankin (partner of Billy B...

Delgamuukw court records

  • GR-3481
  • Series
  • 1985-1991

The series consists of transcripts of court proceedings, cross-examinations, examination of discovery, exhibit indices, closing statements, briefs, and reasons for judgement of Delgamuukw v. The Queen. The case was heard in the Smithers Supreme Co...

British Columbia. Supreme Court (Smithers)

Department of Anthropology records

  • GR-3662
  • Series
  • 1909-1975; predominant 1950-1968

The series consists of operational records of the Department of Anthropology at the British Columbia Provincial Museum and it's predecessor, the Provincial Museum of Natural History and Anthropology. The records are often referred to as the W...

British Columbia Provincial Museum

Dick Lattie interview

SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Chief Dick Lattie : Hazelton Indians (Gitksan) RECORDED: Hazelton (B.C.), [196-?] SUMMARY: TRACK 1: In this interview, Chief Dick Lattie of the Gitksan tribe at Hazelton speaks about his birth and family, his family hous...

Jeffrey Johnson interview

SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Chief Jeffery Johnson : the Skeena River Indians (Gitksan) RECORDED: [location unknown], 1963-04-02 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Chief Jeffrey H. Johnson discusses the Skeena River and his people. He speaks about the meaning of K&#...

Living memory : Minskinisht

SUMMARY:"Minskinisht", #10 in the series, is the story of the founding and early days of the Indian mission at Minskinisht on the Skeena -- now known as Cedarvale. The story is continued from program #9; see T3256:0001 (description AAAB3...

Living memory : The Indians of Minskinisht

SUMMARY: "The Indians of Minskinisht", #12 in the series, consists of recollections about the Indian people who lived at Robert Tomlinson's mission at Minskinisht, now known as Cedearvale.

Living memory : The holy city

SUMMARY: "The Holy City", #11 in the series, is about life at the Indian mission of Minskinisht on the Skeena, founded by Robert Tomlinson.

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