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Notes on the ethnology of the Indians of Puget Sound.

T. T. Waterman

Notes on the ethnology of the Indians of Puget Sound.

by T. T. Waterman

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Published by Heye Foundation, Museum of the American Indian in New York .
Written in English


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SeriesIndian notes and monographs -- no.59
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mented it with more game than the Sound people and were compelled to go down the rivers to trade for dried clams and other saltwater delicacies. They were looked upon by their Sound neighbors as the "country cousins" and in the Chinook jargon, a trade language, were referred to as "Stick Indians." To the west of Puget Sound is the great. Book Reviews work in historical context. The book is handsomely printed, with numerous photographs of native artifacts and scenes from reservation life as well as reproductions of some of Eells's own drawings. The Indians of Puget Sound is a welcome addition to the literature of .

Notes. I. The term Puget Sound refers to both a geographical region and a linguistic and cultural area. Suttles and Lane () include the Indians of the Puget Sound among a grouping they refer to as Southern Coast Salish. Those west and north of the Samish are . discovered in New Zealand in the early s. Robert B. Whitebrook checked and listed Vancouver's Puget Sound anchorages, and Bern Anderson has edited the journal of Captain Peter Puget, the original of which is in the London Public Record Office. Notes of the expedition's botanist, Archibald Menzies, were published in Victoria, B.C., in Dr.

The Peck collection consists of sound recordings (cassettes, reels and records), slides and photographs, field notes, transcriptions, manuscripts, and correspondence. The photographs include photos of Indian people, their activities, and the environmental features of their tribal regions. Waterman, Thomas Talbot. Notes on the Ethnology of the Indians of Puget Sound. Indian Notes and Monographs # Museum of the American Indian. Heye Foundation. New York. Waterman, Thomas Talbot, and Geraldine Coffin. Types of Canoes on Puget Sound. Indian Notes and Monographs. Museum of the American Indian. Heye Foundation. New York.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Waterman, T.T. (Thomas Talbot), b. Notes on the ethnology of the Indians of Puget Sound. New York, Museum of. Smithsonian Libraries, Natural History Building, 10 th St.

and Constitution Ave. NW, Washington DC, | +1 () | Contact UsCited by: 3. Full text of "Notes on the ethnology of the Indians of Puget Sound" See other formats.

Read more about Notes on the ethnology of the Indians of Puget Sound Smithsonian Libraries, Natural History Building, 10 th St. and Constitution Ave. NW, Washington DC, |. The anthropologist Thomas Talbot Waterman, in the introduction to his book, Notes on the Ethnology of the Indians of Puget Sound (New York, ) held him in high esteem: "A good deal of the fieldwork was done in company with Mr.

Arthur C. Ballard, of Auburn, who had previously, on his own initiative, recorded a very considerable body of. Sources: A Time of Gathering, ed. by R. Wright (Seattle: University of Washington Press, ); Hermann Haeberlin and Erma Gunther, Indians of Puget Sound (Seattle: University of Washington Press, ); Eyes of Chief Seattle, Exhibit narrative (Port Madison: Suquamish Museum, ); T.

Waterman, Notes on the Ethnology of the Indians of Puget Sound (New York: Museum of the. The Native Americans of Puget Sound have been known as Puget Salish and Southern Coast Salish, and by various spellings of tribes and reservations such as Duwamish, Nisqually, Skagit, and Snoqualmie.

In this essay, they are called the Lushootseed peoples. Lushootseed comes from two words, one meaning "salt water" and the other meaning "language. The Indians Of Puget Sound book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, Types of canoes on Puget Sound by Waterman, T. 3 editions - first published in Notes on the ethnology of the Indians of Puget Sound by Waterman, T.

2 editions - first published in Northwest Ethnohistory collection, Hudson Bay Company- Beaver House Notes- contains sections from Analysis of Historical Materials Relative to Group Distribution and Utilization of Natural Resources Among Puget Sound Indians" Undated: 7/ Copy of book Skqee Mus or Pioneer Days on the Nooksack, Hawley, R.E.

The Puget Sound Fact Book brings together statistics and other information about the health and makeup of the Puget Sound ecosystem. Areas of focus include climate change, geography, water quality, habitats, human dimensions and regional species.

Indians and Europeans on the Northwest Coast: Historical Context The history of the late 18th and early 19th centuries in the Pacific Northwest is in many ways a story of convergence. It is the story of two groups of people—one European and one Indian—converging on the land that we now call home.

Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Includes selections from the unpublished notebooks of Myron Eells, entitled the Indians of Puget Sound.

From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. out of 5 stars The Indians of Puget Sound. Reviewed in the United States on Ma Verified Purchase. I ordered this book because I was researching something found it in this small booklet.

It is easy reading, not too lengthy, and not too intrusive to our Native American people. Read by: 6. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.

J.D. Leechman's Bibliography of Puget Sound Indian Instructions From Research Relative to the Ethnolo William Lyman's collection of Native Mythologies o City of Portland Bibliogrpahy on Native Peioples a National Park Service Historic Places Forms for Mo Ella Clark's Manuscripts Including Notes On An Edi.

Monographs in Museum of the American Indian's Indian Notes and Monographs series have long been available online, is that a book is often identified only by the information on the first title page, even when multiple monographs in the same series are bound together.

Notes on the Ethnology of the Indians of Puget Sound. By T. Waterman. Skinner, Alanson, Notes on the eastern Cree and northern Saulteaux. (New York, The Trustee, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Skinner, Alanson, Observations on the ethnology of the Sauk Indians, (Milwaukee, Wis., Pub.

by order of the Trustees, []) (page images at. The original owner of this book, James G. Swan, wrote the notes in the margins. Swan was a writer and anthropologist who lived in Washington State from to During the s he worked as a schoolteacher on the Makah Indian Reservation, becoming the first white person to.

Filed under: Northwest Coast of North America -- Description and travel -- Early works to Voyages Made in the Years andFrom China to the North West Coast of America (London: Printed at the Logographc Press and sold by J.

Walter, ), by John Meares (multiple formats at ). By. Daniel L. Boxberger [Portions of this essay reprinted with permission of the author] Abstract – Before the s the Indians of the "plains" of South Puget Sound were distinguished as "horse" Indians as opposed to their neighbors who were "canoe" Indians.

This paper will discuss the acquisition of horses by the Southern Puget Sound Indians and attempt to demonstrate that horses .Ethnology: the comparative and analytical study of cultures; cultural anthropology.

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