3 edition of Social life and religion of the Indians of Kitimat, British Columbia found in the catalog.
Social life and religion of the Indians of Kitimat, British Columbia
Ivan Alexis Lopatin
Bibliography: p. 101-102.
|Statement||by Ivan A. Lopatin.|
|Series||The University of Southern California. Social Science series,, no. 26|
|LC Classifications||E99.H23 L6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||118|
|LC Control Number||45003463|
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Social Life and Religion oj the Indians of Kilimal, British Columbia. IVAN A. LOPATIN. (University of Southern California Social Science Series, No. pp., illus.
University of Southern California Press, Los Angeles, ) This monograph reports the results of investigations conducted during four months of residence at Kitimat in Cited by: 1. Social life and religion of the Indians of Kitimat, British Columbia, (The University of Southern California.
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Lopatin Published by the University of Southern California Press, Los Angeles First Edition, Forward by Dr. Frederick Hodge Social Science Series, Number 26 Softcover, perfect bound, pages plus insert of b&w. Social life and religion of the Indians of Kitimat, British Columbia by Ivan Alexis Lopatin,The University of Southern California press edition, in EnglishPages: Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.
Social Life and Religion of the Indians of Kitimat, British Columbia by Ivan A. Lopatin. Social Life and Religion of the Indians of Kitimat, British Columbia by Ivan A.
Lopatin (pp. ) Social and Economic by C. Dekiewiet (pp. Kitimat is a district municipality in the North Coast region of British Columbia, is a member municipality of the Regional District of Kitimat-Stikine regional government.
The Kitimat Valley is part of the most populous urban district in northwest British Columbia, which includes Terrace to the north along the Skeena River Valley. The city was planned and built by the Aluminum. Social Life and Religion of the Indians in Kitimat, British Columbia.
University of Southern California Social Science Series, no. Los Angeles. Olson, Ronald (). Social Life of the Owikeno Kwakiutl. University of California Anthropological Reco Berkeley. Religion in British Columbia - Listings Canada Canada > British Columbia > Society > Religion.
Sub Categories; Kitimat-Stikine (1) Kootenay-Boundary (1) Nanaimo Area (17) North Okanagan (7) Explore this online community featuring spiritual resources and life British Columbia book of people in Surrey BC who have found hope. Review of Social life and religion of the Indians of Kitimat, British ColumbiaUniversity of Southern California Social Science Series 26 Social life and religion of the Indians in.
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OLSON, on the Bella Bella Kwakiutl. Anthropological Records, v. 14no. 5.) Berkeley, University of CaliforniaPP.- 3*9, ". Lopatin, I. “Social Life and Religion of the Indians in Kitimat, British Columbia”. The University of Southern California. Published by permission of the Director of the National museum of Canada, Ottawa.
Nadasdy, P. Hunters and Bureaucrats: Power, Knowledge, and Aboriginal-State Relations in the Southwest Yukon. Kitimat, district municipality, on the west coast of British Columbia, lies at the head of the Douglas Channel, a deepwater fjord extending inland from Hecate Strait for 80 miles ( km).
Named for a nearby Indian village, Kitimat and its deepwater anchorage came to prominence inwhen the Aluminum Company of Canada chose it as the site for a huge aluminum smelter, completed in. Find Other Spiritual or Religious Affiliations Counselling in Kitimat, British Columbia and get help from Kitimat Other Spiritual or Religious Affiliations Therapists for Other Spiritual or.
• Creation of two townsites from wilderness territory in Kitimat and Kemano. Prior to the Alcan development, non-native settlement in the region was sparse, consisting mainly of those pioneers who moved into the region in the early s in the hope that a.
The Gitksan and Wet'suwet'en peoples of northwest British Columbia occupy the upper drainage of the Skeena River and the western headwaters of the Fraser River. They live in a region of diverse topography, vegetation, and climate.
Berry patch burning was the most important traditional vegetation manipulation. Black huckleberry and lowbush blueberry patches were burned to stimulate growth of.
Turner published reviews of Leighton and Leighton, The Navaho Door (Man,35), and Loptatin, Social Life and Religion of the Indians in Kitimat, British Columbia (ibid., 96), and lectured to the Ashmolean Natural History Society on ‘Land Transport of Modern Primitive Peoples’.
SOCIAL LIFE AND RELIGION OF THE INDIANS IN KITIMAT, BRITISH COLUMBIA. Lopatin, Ivan A. 1st Edition. House of Assembly Correspondence Book August 12th to July 6th UNCREDITED.
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Kitimaat Indian Residential School was operational in British Columbia between and This school has few reported cases of abuse, but suffered the same poor conditions and difficult regime as other schools.
The school was run by the Methodist Church. More information on the Kitimaat Residential School is available here. The Regional District of Kitimat-Stikine is a type of local government administration in northwestern British Columbia, Canada. The population of the region is 37, living on a total land area ofkm².
Its administrative offices are in the city of Terrace. Lopatin IA: Social Life and Religion of the Indians in Kitimat, British Columbia, vol. The University of Southern California: Social Science Series (number 26). Los Angeles: The University of Southern California Press; Rohner RP, Rohner EC: The Kwakiutl: Indians of British Columbia.
New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston; The article numbers to which an asteriskc is added are those of Book Reviews AITKEN, MRs. B., 24, 28*, 71* Lopatin, I. A., Social Life and Religion of the Indians in Kitimat, British Columbia.
Warner, W. L., and P. Lunt, The Social Life of a Modern Community ancl The Status System of a Modern Com-munity. Warner and L. Lopatin IA: Social Life and Religion of the Indians in Kitimat, British Columbia, vol. The University of Southern California: Social Science Series (number 26).
Los Angeles: The University of Southern California Press; Silverstein M: Chinookans of the Lower Columbia. The Kitimat LNG project comprises the proposed Kitimat LNG facility at Bish Cove near Kitimat, B.C, the Pacific Trail Pipeline, and approximatelyacres of petroleum and natural gas rights.
The Curator has published ‘Ancient Welsh Instruments of Music’ in the Museums Journal for Julyand selected and had photographed sculptures of the 13th century from Konarak and others of the Gandhara period for a forthcoming article with Dr.
Cohn; Mr. Bradford has published ‘Siticulsa Apulia’ in Antiquity, December Although Kitimat now has over fifty years of history, there is a much older history to be told of two earlier human settlement periods.
"Three Towns: A History of Kitimat" relates the three points during which people settled in the Kitimat River Valley beside the Douglas Channel in the Coastal Mountain Range of British : Janice Beck. Get directions, maps, and traffic for Kitimat, BC.
Check flight prices and hotel availability for your visit. Kitimat (kĬt´Ĭmăt´), town ( pop. 11,), W British Columbia, Canada, at the head of Douglas Channel. It is the site of a huge aluminum smelter (opened ), pulp and paper mills, and a petrochemical plant. Kitimat has a deepwater anchorage.
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Kitimat Category: British Columbia. Kitimat Humane Society Enterprise Ave. Kitimat, BC V8C 2C8 T) F) Churches-Catholic in Kitimat British Columbia - Business Matches for "Churches-Catholic Kitimat And Area". The Church of Christ the King is a church of the Diocese of Prince George, in Kitimat, British Columbia, Canada.
It appears that the most effectual means of ameliorating the condition of the Indians, of promoting their religious. Kitimat, British.
British Columbia: Osoyoos Indian Band. Bhabha, H.K. Kitimat, British Columbia: part our commitment to scholarly and academic excellence, all articles receive editorial review.||| World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled.
Northern British Columbia is one of the most beautiful and pristine examples of what mother nature has to offer. Stunning alpine forests, volcanic rock formations, glaciers and towering mountain ranges all doted with stunning rivers and gorgeous lakes.
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