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The downfall of Temlaham
|Statement||Marius Barbeau ; ill. by A.Y. Jackson [and others]|
|LC Classifications||PS9503.A8 D6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 253 p. :|
|Number of Pages||253|
On bottom: 21/ The Legend of Temlaham B. Herem (c) ' Dimensions: H: in, W: 22 in: Source: Margaret Blackman and Edwin S. Hall, Jr. Credit: Blackman Hall . Holgate illustrated Georges Bouchard’s book Other Days, Other Ways in , and his illustrations were included in Marius Barbeau’s book Downfall of Temlaham in In Holgate traveled to the territory of the Gitxsan First Nation on the upper Skeena River in British Columbia in the company of A.Y. Jackson and anthropologist Marius.
Barbeau was a prolific writer, producing both scholarly articles and monographs and books which presented Québécois and First Nations oral traditions for a mass audience. Examples include The Downfall of Temlaham, which weaves ancient Gitksan oral . Gitxsan Nation; References ↑ Gitxsan Chiefs - Who We Are - Recent History Bibliography. Adams, John W. () The Gitksan Potlatch: Population Flux, Resource Ownership and Reciprocity. Toronto: Holt, Rinehart, and Winston of Canada. Barbeau, Marius () The Downfall of Temlaham. Toronto: MacMillan.
Get the best deals on US Native American Books () when you shop the largest online selection at Free shipping on many items The Downfall of Temlaham by Marius Barbeau—Nice First Edition Hardback. $ $ shipping. or Best Offer. Watch. The Downfall of Temlaham Toronto: Macmillan, Hardcover in complete dj. Second issue orange cloth binding. xii + pp. Illustrated with 13 colourplates by A. Y. Jackson, Edwin Holgate, Emily Carr, Annie D. Savage and W. Langdon Kihn, decorative initials by Jackson, and dj by Thoreau MacDonald.
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Toronto: MacMillan. Barbeau, Marius () Totem Poles of the Gitksan, Upper Skeena River, British Columbia. (Anthropological Ser National Museum of Canada Bulletin ) Ottawa: Canada, Department of Mines.
Barbeau, Marius () Totem Poles. Barbeau was a prolific writer, producing both scholarly articles and monographs, and books that presented Québecois and First Nations oral traditions for a mass audience. Examples include The Downfall of Temlaham, which weaves ancient Gitksan oral.
This led to his novel The Downfall of Temlaham. Barbeau's publications about totem poles in the s were extremely influential in spreading the word about Pacific Northwest totem poles around the world.
Regular Print Book: Physical description: p.: front., ill. Date acquired: Not available: Series statement: Collection du Nénuphar: Series title: Collection du nénuphar. General note: An English version was published by Macmillan in in The downfall of Temlaham.
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He is co-editor of the journal Mémoires du livre/Studies in Book Culture. Downfall of Temlaham: Marius Barbeau: Books - Skip to main content.
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It is quite possible, however, that the first book he purchased in Canada was based on ancient Gitksan oral traditions: The Downfall of Temlaham by Marius Barbeau (), with illustrations by A.Y.
Jackson, Emily Carr and others. His copy survives in the jacket he made for it himself, of coarse cloth, decorated on the front with a motif in. BOOKS AND REFERENCE A.J. Casson / A Tribute. book M.B. Loates Publishing, ; signed by A.J. Casson and Paul Duval and numbered 13/ in pencil on the title page; a signed and numbered 13/ A.J.
Casson lithograph is included (sheet x. Bibliography of British Columbia1 Compiled by FRANCES WOODWARD referenc, e librarian, Special Collections Division, Librar oyf the Universit of Britisy h Columbia.
In his personal library, now at the National Gallery of Canada Library and Archives, Brandtner retained a copy of the publication Downfall of Temlaham by Marius Barbeau, with illustrations by Edwin Holgate, among others.
Barbeau’s book was published inas Brandtner’s arrival in Canada was in the same year, it can be surmised that this. InBarbeau’s book Downfall of Temlaham was published, which included illustrations by Holgate, Emily Carr, W.
Langdon Kihn and Savage. Estimate: $30, ~ $40, CAD. Sold For: $64, CAD (including buyer's premium). Author of Folk-songs of old Quebec, Assomption sash, Medicine-men on the North Pacific coast, Totem poles, The downfall of Temlaham, Huron and Wyandot mythology, Tsimsyan myths, Peaux-Rouges d'Amérique.
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Publishing History This is a chart to show the when this publisher published books. Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis is the count of editions.Barbeau, Marius () The Downfall of Temlaham. Toronto: MacMillan. Barbeau, Marius () Totem Poles of the Gitksan, Upper Skeena River, ブリティッシュコロンビア州.
(Anthropological Ser National Museum of Canada Bulletin ) Ottawa: Canada, Department of Mines. Barbeau, Marius () Totem Poles.He was also apparently fascinated by the totem poles in the Danzig Stadtmuseum. 8 One of the first books he purchased in Canada was on a related theme, The Downfall of Temlaham by Marius Barbeau, with illustrations by A.Y.
Jackson, Edwin Holgate, W. Langdon Kihn, Emily Carr, and Annie Savage. 9 The personal significance of the purchase, made.