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Tenth report on the north-western tribes of Canada [microform] by British Association for the Advancement of Science.

Committee on North-Western Tribes of the Dominion of Canada; Boas, Franz, Pages: Get this from a library. Tenth report on the north-western tribes of Canada. [Franz Boas; British Association for the Advancement of Science. Committee on North-Western Tribes of the Dominion of Canada.] -- Volume 10 of a 12 volume set.

For individual volumes in. Get this from a library. Tenth report on the north-western tribes of Canada. [Franz Boas; British Association for the Advancement of Science. Committee on North-Western Tribes of the Dominion of Canada.].

Tenth report on the north-western tribes of Canada [electronic resource] / By British Association for the Advancement of Science. Committee on North-Western Tribes of the Dominion of Canada. Full text of "Tenth report on the north-western tribes of Canada [microform]" See other formats.

Boas, Franz, Tenth Report on the North-western Tribes of Canada (ca), also by British Association for the Advancement of Science (multiple formats at ) Boas, Franz,ed.: The Thompson Indians of British Columbia (extract from the Memoirs of the American Museum of Natural History v2; ), by James Alexander Teit.

The Treaties of Canada with the Indians of Manitoba and the North-west Territories: Including the Negotiations on which They Were Based, and Other Information Relating Thereto Alexander Morris Belfords, Clarke & Company, - Indians of North America - pages.

This "pageant of St. Lusson," as it has been called, was a marked event in the spread of French influence among the northern tribes. Inafter the French and Indians had wearied themselves in destructive wars, a great gathering of tribes, from even a wider area than that which the spectacle of St.

Lusson had witnessed, took place at Montreal. After great debate and two referenda, the people of Newfoundland voted to join Confederation increating Canada’s tenth province. On April 1,Nunavut was created from the eastern part of the Northwest Territories, covering million square kilometres of Canada’s Eastern Arctic.

Twelfth and Final Report on the North-western Tribes of Canada (ca), by British Association for the Advancement of Science (multiple formats at ) Filed under: Haida Indians The Haidah Indians of Queen Charlotte's Islands, British Columbia With a Brief Description of Their Carvings, Tattoo Designs, Etc.

(), by James G. Swan (multiple formats at ). British Association for the Advancement of Science (Ipswich, ). Tenth Report on the North-western Tribes of Canada. Fifth Report on the Indians of British Columbia. The Treaties of Canada with the Indians of Manitoba and the North-west Territories: Including the Negotiations on which They Were Based, and Other Information Relating Therto Alexander Morris Belfords, Clarke & Company, - Indians of North America - pages5/5(1).

First published inThe Indians of Canada remains the most comprehensive works available on Canada's Indians. Part one includes chapters on languages, economic conditions, food resources, hunting and fishing, dress and adornment, dwellings, travel and transportation, trade and commerce, social and political organization, social life, religion, folklore and traditions, and drama, music.

Eighth Report of the Committee. Remarks on Linguistics Ethnology, Horatio Hale. Report on the Kootenay Indians of SE B.C., A. Chamberlain. Nine [Ninth] Report of the Committee.

Fourth Report on the Indians of British Columbia. The Indians of the Lower Fraser River, Franz Boas. Tenth Report of the Committee. Fifth Report on the Indians of British Columbia, Franz Boas.

Physical. Reprint of Report of the Committee for Investigating and Publishing Reports of the Physical Character, Languages, and Industrial and Social Conditions of the North-Western Tribes of the Dominion of Canada, from the Report of the Meeting of the British Association for the.

From until Captain John O. Bourke served on the staff of General George Crook, who Sherman described as the greatest Indian fighter the army ever had, a man whose prowess was demon-strated "from British America to Mexico, from the Missouri River to the Pacific Ocean."Cited by: This book is a clinical account of the indigenous peoples of what became Canada based in part on the author's own extensive interactions with various native bands during the late 19th and early 20th century.

It's been a really interesting read with lots of tidbits about, tribal economies, customs and traditions/5(5). Indians of Canada is an incredibly interesting book about the indigenous peoples of Canada, primarily before the beginning of the 20th century. The author, Diamond Jenness, came to Canada as an anthropologist in the early s.4/5.

Includes chapters on the Algonkian, the Iroquoians, Indians of the Plains, Pacific Coast, Mackenzie and Yukon basins, Plateau tribes of British Columbia and the Eskimo.

Suitable grades 7 and up. From inside the book. (shelved 10 times as 10th-grade-reading) avg rating — 2, ratings — published An early Irish pedigree deposited in the National Library of Ireland traces this line further back in time to Rudricus Magnus, the 10th King of Ulster at Emáin Mácha (Navan Fort).

Before the middle-ages McCartan Country included the Baronies of Kinelarty, Dufferin and about one quarter of Castlereagh - all in the County of Down.Date Published: September L’Encyclopédie de l’histoire du Québec / The Quebec History Encyclopedia.

Micmac Indians [This text was originally published in by the Bureau of American Ethnology as part of its Handbook of American Indians North of was later reproduced, inby the Geographic Board of Canada.