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The mythology of the Bella Coola Indians
|Statement||by Franz Boas.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 microfiches (69 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||69|
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The man who acted as the Sun A Bella Coola Legend. Once upon a time there lived a woman some distance up Bella Coola River. She refused the offer of marriage from the young men of the tribe, because she desired to marry the Sun. She left her village and went to seek the Sun. Finally she reached his house, and married the Sun. These more dangerous Bigfoot monsters, known as Stick Indians or Bush Indians, are sometimes found in large groups or even villages, which engage in warfare with neighboring Indian tribes. Ba'wis (Tsimshian Indian Bigfoot) Boqs (Bella Coola Bigfoot) Bush Indians (Alaskan Athabaskan Bigfoot) Chiye-Tanka (Sioux Indian Bigfoot).
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This Classic Study Of Bella Coola Mythology And Its Development, Individual Bella Coola Villages And Their Traditions And The Traditions Of Their Mythological Animals Remains One Of The Seminal Studies Of This People.4/5(1). Genre/Form: Folklore: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Boas, Franz, Mythology of the Bella Coola Indian.
New York: AMS Press, . Published Over A Century Ago, This Wonderful Study Has More Than Passed The Test Of Time. This Classic Study Of Bella Coola Mythology And Its Development, Individual Bella Coola Villages And Their Traditions And The Traditions Of Their Mythological Animals Remains One Of The Seminal Studies Of This People.
This Report Also Deals With The Rich Masking Tradition Of. Mythology of the Bella Coola Indians. 1 — The Bella Coola tribe has diminished in numbers, owing to the ravages of disease, until it now contains but a few hundred souls. They speak a dia- lect of the Salishan language, but are isolated from the main body of 1 Boas, Franz.
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The mythology of the Bella Coola Indians / by Franz Boas. imprint. New York: American Museum of NAtural History, description.  leaves of plates: ill. ; 36 cm. format(s) Book Back; 0 Marked; Mark; Options Refworks Print Link. The Nuxalk people (Nuxalk: Nuxalk; pronounced [nuχalk]), also referred to as the Bella Coola, Bellacoola or Bilchula, are an Indigenous First Nation in Canada, living in the area in and around Bella Coola, British Columbia.
Their language is also called Nuxalk. Their tribal government is the Nuxalk Nation. 1 Name and tribes/groups.About this Book Catalog Record Details. The mythology of the Bella Coola Indians by Franz Boas.
Boas, Franz, View full catalog record.The classic ethnographic study of the Bella Coola (Nuxalk) Indians of British Columbia, originally published in and long out of print, is now available again. It is both a comprehensive guide to Nuxalk culture and a central document in the study of ethnographic methods.
Between andT.F. McIlwraith, then an anthropologist with the National Museum of Canada, spent part .