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Correspondence from American government officials and British embassy in Washington, D.C., concerning diverse matters pertaining to U.S. - British Columbia relations. Includes correspondence from U.S. Military re: Indian population in Alaska (186...
British Columbia (Colony). Governor
- [ca. 1860]
The Social Economy of the Tlingit Indians. iii, 170 leaves: figs., tables. Thesis (Ph.D.), University of Chicago, 1937. Bibliography: leaves 168-170.
Oberg, Kalervo, 1901-1973.
An economic history of the Athabascan Indians of the upper Copper River, Alaska, with special reference to the village of Mentasta Lake. 1972. iv, 264 leaves: illus., maps. Thesis (M.A.), McGill University, 1972. Bibliography: leaves 249-264....
Strong, B. Stephen
Part of William Duncan fonds
Duncan's papers relating to missionary activities in Metlakatla (B.C.) and Metlakatla (Alaska) encompassing correspondence, including that with Sir Henry Solomon Wellcome, journals, notebooks, memoranda printed material, speeches, community b...
Duncan, William, 1832-1918
- 1969 [date recorded]
Part of Imbert Orchard fonds
CALL NUMBER: T1156:0001 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Life among the Haida : part 1 RECORDED: [location unknown], 1969 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Chief William Matthews speaks about the nine Haida tribes on Graham Island, the hereditary system of the Haida cl...