The First Nations of British Columbia: An Anthropological Survey
UBC Press, 1998 - 146 sidor
The First Nations of British Columbia presents a concise andaccessible overview of First Nations' peoples, cultures, and issuesin the province. Its primary purpose is to provide an understanding oftoday's pertinent concerns and initiatives by familiarizing readerswith the history, diversity, and complexity of First Nations. It doesso from an anthropological perspective from which crucialarchaeological ethnographic, historic, and legal-political issues areexplored.
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What Is a First Nation?
Here to Stay
Anthropology and Oral Tradition
Traditional Culture Areas of British Columbia
Culture Change and Modernization
aboriginal rights Affiliated America archaeological Band Canada Canadian central British Columbia chief claims coastal common Council Court Courtesy Creek culture area cultures Dakelh described Douglas early established example exist federal government fish Formerly known Fraser Fraser Valley George gold Haida Halq'emeylem ethnic group Hunt important Indian Act interest interior Interior Plateau involved issues Kitamaat Kwakwaka'wakw Lake land language late less living mainland coast major Member Museum Nations of British negotiations nineteenth century Nisga'a Nlaka'pamux North northeastern northern Northwest Coast Nuu'chah'nulth occurred Okanagan organization past pole population approximately 200 potlatches prehistoric Protection province regions registered population approximately relations reserves in central River Royal schools Secwepemc settlement significant social society sometimes southern specific status Three reserves throughout tion Total registered population trade traditional lifeways Traditional territories translates treaty Tsimshian usually Vancouver Island village whites
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