5 edition of Facial paintings of the Indians of northern British Columbia found in the catalog.
Reprint of the 1898 ed. published in New York, which was issued as v. 2 of the Memoirs of the American Museum of Natural History, Anthropology, v. 1, pt. 1, and as v. 1, pt. 1 of the Jesup North Pacific Expedition publications.
|Statement||by Franz Boas.|
|LC Classifications||E78.B9 B62 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||73003509|
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the Society for the Furtherance of British Columbia Indian Arts and Crafts. This society was created “with the hope of arousing more interest in our BC Indians and their arts and crafts to promote the exercise of inherited abilities for their own welfare and for the cultural and commercial advancement of Canada.”9 Members of the society.
The Kwakwakaʼwakw are an indigenous people, numbering about 5, who live in British Columbia on northern Vancouver Island and the mainland. The autonym they prefer is Indigenous language, part of the Wakashan languages family, is name Kwakwakaʼwakw means "speakers of Kwakʼwala".
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[Franz Boas]. Told by J. Burns, Government Indian Agent-teacher, Chehalis Indian Reserve, British Columbia and set down by Mr.
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After many years of patient investigation, Mr. Burns, a responsible Government. The Ontario Métis and Non-Status Indian Association was founded in in northern Ontario, as was the Robinson-Superior Métis Association. In the s, the Métis in the Peace Facial paintings of the Indians of northern British Columbia book regional district of British Columbia founded the Louis Riel Métis Society (later spreading province-wide in and changing its name to the Louis Riel.
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