Utilization of fish, beach foods, and marine mammals by the Squamish Indian people of British Columbia
Alternate forms: Sḵwx̱wú7mesh
Subject: Anthropology | Linguistics | Salishan languages | Zoology | Ethnography | Food | Fishing | Zoology | British Columbia--History | Tools | Ecology
Extent: 159 pages
Description: This is an ethnographic study of traditional Squamish marine resource use, co-authored by Randall (Randy) T. Bouchard and Dorothy I. D. Kennedy. Photographs by Kennedy accompany the text to show uses of tools by the Squamish people of Northern Vancouver as applied to the species discussed. See also the other volumes in the same series in the APS collections: Bouchard and Kennedy's "Knowledge and usage of land mammals, birds, insects, reptiles, and amphibians by the Squamish Indian people of British Columbia" (1976) (Mss.970.6.K38.k); and Bouchard and Nancy J. Turner, "Botany of the Squamish Indian people of British Columbia" (1976) (Mss.970.6.B66). These publications were disseminated by the British Columbia Language Project.
Collection: Utilization of fish, beach foods, and marine mammals by the Squamish Indian people of British Columbia (Mss.970.6.K38)