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eBook Visitors Who Never Left: The Origin of the People of Damelahamid (English and Tsimshian Edition) ePub

by Chief Kenneth B. Harris

  • ISBN: 0774800348
  • Category: Other Religions Practices and Sacred Texts
  • Subcategory: Spirituality
  • Author: Chief Kenneth B. Harris
  • Language: English Tsimshian
  • Publisher: University of British Columbia Press (June 1, 1974)
  • Pages: 139
  • ePub book: 1737 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1873 kb
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Harris, Kenneth B. (1974) Visitors Who Never Left: The Origin of the People of Damelahamid. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

These legends, translated by Chief Kenneth Harris, tell of the origin of the Native people who live in the region between the Skeena and Nass rivers of British Columbia

These legends, translated by Chief Kenneth Harris, tell of the origin of the Native people who live in the region between the Skeena and Nass rivers of British Columbia. Other stories tell of occurrences particularly significant in the 'history' of the people - the origins of the 'Killer Whale' and 'Thunderbird Twtjea-adku,' and the revenge of 'Medeek,' the great bear who rose from the lake to punish people for breaking 'the la. Lortu informazio gehiago. Chief Kenneth Harris (translator) inherited the title Hagbegwatku, "first-born of the nation," from his uncle Chief Arthur McDames who recorded the tapes from which these translations have been made.

These legends, translated by Chief Kenneth Harris, tell of the originof the Native people who live in the region between the Skeena and Nassrivers of British Columbia

These legends, translated by Chief Kenneth Harris, tell of the originof the Native people who live in the region between the Skeena and Nassrivers of British Columbia. ISBN13: 9780774800334

Harris, Kenneth B.

Rubrics: Gitksan mythology Gitksan Indians Folklore. ISBN: 9781574412772 (cloth : alk. paper) ISBN: 1574412779 (cloth : alk. paper) Publication & Distribution: Denton, Te. .University of North Texas Press, (c)2009. Author: Untiedt, Kenneth . 1966

Harris, Kenneth . and Frances M. P. Robinson (1974) "Visitors Who Never Left: The Origin of the People of Damelahamid. Robinson, Will (1962) "Men of Medeek. As told by Walter Wright. Northern Sentinel Press.

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Chief Kenneth B. Harris and Margaret Harris established the Dancers of Damelahamid in 1967. and Peter Randazzo helped to ignite Canada’s modern dance boom of the 1970s 8, which provided . Chief Kenneth B. and Peter Randazzo helped to ignite Canada’s modern dance boom of the 1970s 8, which provided a vehicle for their deeply humanistic and passionate choreographic works while also training new generations of modern dancers.

These legends, translated by Chief Kenneth Harris, tell of the origin of the Native people who live in the region between the Skeena and Nass rivers of British Columbia. Other stories tell of occurrences particularly significant in the 'history' of the people -- the origins of the 'Killer Whale' and 'Thunderbird Twtjea-adku,' and the revenge of 'Medeek,' the great bear who rose from the lake to punish people for breaking 'the law.'