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Recording Their Story: James Teit and the Tahltan
by Judy Thompson

Recording Their Story: James Teit and the Tahltan 
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  Recording Their Story describes the life of James Teit, one of Canada's first ethnographers, and his work among the Tahltan people of northern British Columbia almost a century ago. Under difficult conditions in the field, he did invaluable work by collecting artifacts, taking photographs, recording songs, transcribing myths and gathering information about social organization, ceremonial life, customs and beliefs. Today, this collection is the most important extant assemblage of Tahltan heritage materials.

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Weight:1.44 kg
Price: CDN$ 55.00 (US$ 53.52)
Author:Judy Thompson
Publisher:Douglas & McIntyre
Vancouver, BC
Publication Date:2007
Pages:207 pp
Size/Dimensions:11.5 x 9.75


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