Browsing by Subject "Katit, British Columbia"

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  • Clegg, Ada; Stevenson, David (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976-10-04)
    Brief description of the Hamatsa ritual.
  • Johnson, Chris Albert; Stevenson, David (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976-09-08)
    General account of his life.
  • Smith, Hilda; Stevenson, David (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976-10-26)
    General reminiscences about her life. Describes certain customs associated with death.
  • Thompson, John; Stevenson, David (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976-09-11)
    Gives Indian words for a variety of English terms. Explains significance of dance cycles.
  • Johnson, Mathew; Stevenson, David (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1977-01-27)
    General reminiscences of his life. Gives Indian terms for a variety of English words
  • Chamberlain, Peter; Stevenson, David; Chamberlain, Agnes (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976-09)
    Discussion about the meanings of various Indian words in English ; family relationships ; and the cannibal dance known as Hamatsa. Mentions a fire in Katit, British Columbia in 1935.
  • Chamberlain, Peter; Stevenson, David; Chamberlain, Agnes (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976-09)
    Gives English translation of a number of Indian words.
  • Chamberlain, Peter; Chamberlain, Agnes; Stevenson, David (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976-09)
    Discussion of the English equivalent of a number of Indian words. Describes how power may be acquired.
  • Chamberlain, Peter; Chamberlain, Agnes; Stevenson, David (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976-09)
    Gives Indian names for various geographical features; and discusses family relationships.
  • Hanuse, Roy; Stevenson, David (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976-10-28)
    Describes some of the ceremonies associated with the Hamatsa dance. Mentions tidal wave in the aftermath of the Alaska Earthquake.
  • Hanuse, Roy; Stevenson, David (Canadian Plains Research Centre, 1976-10-28)
    Describes an encounter with a sasquatch. Description of the Hamatsa dance ceremony.