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sketch of the social organization of the Nass River Indians

Edward Sapir

sketch of the social organization of the Nass River Indians

by Edward Sapir

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Published by Canada Geological Survey in [Ottawa] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tsimshian Indians,
  • Indians of North America -- Social life and customs

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Edward Sapir.
    SeriesMuseum Bulletin - Canada National Museum -- no. 19., Anthropological series - Canada National Museum -- no. 7., Museum bulletin (Victoria Memorial Museum (Canada)) -- no. 19., Museum bulletin (Victoria Memorial Museum (Canada)) -- no. 7.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE99.T8
    The Physical Object
    Pagination30 p. :
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17618354M
    OCLC/WorldCa34250575

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Canada ODERRE,Minister; ELL,DeputyMinister. CS^olndiraliSurueg MuseumBulletinNo ANTHROPOLOGICALSERIES,No OCTOBER15, Sapir, Edward () "A Sketch of the Social Organization of the Nass River Indians." Anthropological Series, no. Geological Survey, Museum Bulletin, no. Ottawa: Government Printing Office.

(Online version at the Internet Archive) Sterritt, Neil J., et al. () Tribal Boundaries in the Nass Watershed. Vancouver: U.B.C. Press. External. Online resource of the restoration of Nass River Indians by the National Archives of Canada.

A sketch of the social organization of the Nass River Indians. Ottawa: Government Printing Office. Sapir, Edward (). Noun reduplication in Comox, a Salish language of Vancouver island. Ottawa: Government Printing Office. Sapir, Edward (). Time Perspective in Aboriginal American Culture, A Study in Method.

Ottawa: Government Printing mater: Columbia University. Author of Language, Time perspective in aboriginal American culture, Culture, language and personality, The Collected Works of Edward Sapir, A sketch of the social organization of the Nass River Indians, Yana texts, Language An Introduction to the Study of Speech, Wishram texts.

A Sketch of the Social Organization of the Nass River Indians by Edward Sapir avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 10 editions. A sketch of the social organization of the Nass River Indians bulletin 19 n / 5 Selected writings in language, culture and personality; / 5 The collected works of Edward Sapir 4 5 / 53/5(3).

Chicago citation style: Emmons, George Thornton. Slate mirrors of the York, Museum of the American Indian, Heye Foundation, Web. Sure, there’s always someone like Rex, whose parents read Edward Sapir’s A sketch of the social organization of the Nass River Indians to him before bed instead of Green Eggs and Ham, but most of us only become committed to the idea of becoming experts in a particular field during graduate school.

While I had studied anthropology in high. "This little book aims to give a certain perspective on the subject of language rather than to assemble facts about it.

It has little to say of the ultimate psychological basis of speech and gives only enough of the actual descriptive or historical facts of particular languages to illustrate principles. Its main purpose is to show what the author conceives language to be, what is its.

Identifier: TSS Title: A sketch of the social organization of the Nass River Indians. Contributors: Sapir, Edward (author) Subject Language: Tsimshian; Identifier: TSS Title: Time perspective in aboriginal American culture: a study in method.

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General Signed Books. A Sketch of the Social Organization of the Nass River Indians. Sapir, Edward; Caughnawaga Historical Society (association). Sapir, Edward, A sketch of the social organization of the Nass River Indians, (Ottawa, Government Printing Office, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Sapir, Edward, The social organization of the west coast tribes.A sketch of the social organization of the Nass River Indians, (Ottawa, Government Printing Office, ), by Edward Sapir (page images at HathiTrust) Metlakahtla Alaska church manuel [sic] ([Metlakatla: s.n., ?]), by William Duncan (page images at HathiTrust).The most advanced social organization north of the Pueblo country was probably that developed by the Iroquois confederated tribes.

Each tribe consisted of two or more phratries, which in turn embraced one or more clans, named after various animals or objects, while each clan consisted of one or more kinship groups called ohwachira.