2 edition of Histories, territories and laws of the Kitwancool. found in the catalog.
Histories, territories and laws of the Kitwancool.
by British Columbia Provincial Museum, Dept. of Education in Victoria
Written in English
|Statement||Wilson Duff, editor.|
|Series||Anthropology in British Columbia, memoir, no. 4|
|LC Classifications||E78.B9 A65 no. 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||71022254|
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They added one other condition, that their histories, territories and laws would be written down and published for use the people of British Columbia. This book, first printed inis a slim but important work for its contents and its purpose. Histories, territories and laws of the Kitwancool. [Wilson Duff] -- "The authors of this book are the Kitwancool themselves, for it contains their own statement of what they consider to be their histories, territories, and laws.
This book, written by the Kitwancool, contains statements about their history, territories, laws and customs. It is an important example of partnership between a First Nations community and.
The authors of this book are the Kitwancool themselves, for it contains their own statement of what they consider to be their histories, territories, and laws. It was their idea in the beginning that such a publication should be produced.
The subjects dealt with are those which they consider important enough to File Size: 2MB. A meeting of the chiefs and people of Kitwancool accepted this proposal, but added one further condition: that their histories, territories, and laws were to be written down, published, and made available to the University for teaching purposes.
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In his introduction, Wilson Duff says, "the Kitwancool think of themselves as an independent and completely autonomous tribe". This book, written by the Kitwancool, contains statements about their history, territories, laws and customs.
It is an important example of partnership between a First Nations community and a museum. Histories, Territories and Laws of the Kitwancool. Wilson Duff. British Columbia Provincial Museum, - Kitwancool Indians - 45 pages.
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