Salishan Indians



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Kennedy, Dorothy I.D., 1951-. Victoria.

(1) "Utilization of Fish by the Chase Shuswap Indian People of British Columbia. "
(2) "Utilization of Fishes, Beach Foods, and Marine Mammals by the Th'ulus People of British Columbia."
(3) "Utilization of Fish by the Colville Okanagan Indian People."
(4) "Utilization of Fish, Beach Foods, and Marine Mammals by the Squamish Indian People of British Columbia."
(5) Utilization of Fish by the Mount Curry Lillooet Indian People of British Columbia." [Manuscript prepared jointly be D. Kennedy and R. Bouchard] .

Presented by R. Bouchard, B.C. Indian Languages Project, Victoria, 1975.

Kennedy, Dorothy I.D.

Newcombe family papers

Correspondence, notebooks, subject files, accounts, annotated books, etc., of C.F. Newcombe and his son W.A. Newcombe, reflecting their interest in the ethnology, natural history and history of British Columbia. Newcombe family papers. The G.T. Emmons collection, consisting of correspondence, notes and manuscripts, mainly on the Tlingit Indians. Maynard family papers, consisting of diaries and papers of Richard and Hannah Maynard, Victoria photographers, and their son Albert. Papers of Emily Carr, and re her estate, of which W.A. Newcombe was an executor.

Volumes 21 to 30 were arranged by the BC Archives in 1975.

Volumes 31 to 59 were arranged by the Royal BC Museum, ca. 1970. BC Archives volume and file numbers have been added to the these volumes.

Volumes 239/240 were Found In Collection in the Archives in 2022 and added to the collection.

  • An asterisk beside a file number indicates that the file contains letters to or from both C.F. Newcombe and W.A. Newcombe.

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Women, poverty, and housing: some consequences of hinterland status for a Coast Salish Indian reserve in metropolitan Canada / Marjorie Ruth Mitchell

The item is a microfiche copy of a thesis by Marjorie Ruth Mitchell titled "Women, poverty, and housing: some consequences of hinterland status for a Coast Salish Indian reserve in metropolitan Canada." 1976. xvii, 428 leaves: figs., maps, tables. Thesis (Ph.D.), University of British Columbia, 1976. Vita. Bibliography: leaves 400-422. Canadian theses on microfiche, 29898.