This bibliography is an attempt to compile much of the scholarly research on contemporary and historic Coast Salish cultures. I have not attempted to include any archaeological or theoretical linguistic work, nor does it refer to (for the most part) primary historical and archival documents.
My bibliographic database was last substantively updated in early 2011. As publications on Coast Salish cultures continue to emerge, I will attempt to keep this list up-to-date.
I apologize in advance for any errors or obvious omissions. Please email me if changes could be suggested.
The bibliography is sectioned alphabetically to make browsing easier. To use, simply scroll through and click on the letter you desire. Many entries have links beside them to search for the item in either the UVic library database, or google scholar/google books, depending on the nature of the entry. The links will open in a new tab so you will not lose your place.
Abel, Joe, Abraham Joe and David Rozen, "Place Names of the Quwutsun People" HTG Library and Archives, Ladysmith, BC, n.d).
Allen, Edwin J. 1976. Intergroup Ties and Exogamy among Northern Coast Salish. Northwest Anthropological Research Notes 10 (2): 161-72.
Amoss, Pamela. 1999. Coyote Looks at Grandmother: Puget Sound Salish Grandmothers in Myth and Message. In American Indian Grandmothers: Traditions and Transitions., ed. Marjorie Schweitzer, 79-101. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.
Amoss, Pamela. 1987. The Fish God Gave Us: The First Salmon Ceremony Revived. Arctic Anthropology 24 (1): pp. 56-66.
Amoss, Pamela. 1984. A Little More than Kin, and Less than Kind: The Ambiguous Northwest Coast Dog. In The Tsimshian and their Neighbours of the North Pacific Coast., ed. Carol Eastman, 292-305. Seattle: University of Washington Press.
Amoss, Pamela. 1982. Resurrection, Healing, and 'the Shake': The Story of John and Mary Slocum. In Charisma & Sacred Biography., ed. Michael Williams, 87-109. Chambersburg: American Academy of Religious Studies.
Amoss, Pamela. 1977. The Power of Secrecy among the Coast Salish. In The Anthropology of Power: Ethnographic Studies from Asia, Oceania and the New World., ed. Richard Adams, 131-139. New York: Academic Press.
Amoss, Pamela. 1977. Strategies of Reorientation: The Contribution of Contemporary Winter Dancing to Coast Salish Identity and Solidarity. Arctic Anthropology 14 (1): 77-93.
Anderson, Alexander. 1863. Notes on the Indian Tribes of British North America and the Northwest Coast, Communication to George Gibbs, Esq by Alex. C. Anderson. The Historical Magazine 7 (3): 59-81.
Anderson, Alexander. 1858. Handbook and Map to the Gold Region of Frazer's and Thompson's Rivers with Table of Distances, to which is Appended Chinook Jargon - Language used, etc. etc. San Francisco: J.J. Le Count.
Anderson, Bern. 1939. The Vancouver Expedition: Peter Puget's Journal of the Exploration of Puget Sound. Pacific Northwest Quarterly 30 (2): 177-217.
Angelbeck, Bill. 2007. Conceptions of Coast Salish Warfare Or Coast Salish Pacifism Reconsidered: Archaeology, Ethnohistory, and Ethnology. In Be of Good Mind: Essays on the Coast Salish., ed. Bruce Granville Miller, 260-283. Vancouver, BC: UBC Press.
Angelbeck, William O. 2009. "they Recognize no Superior Chief": Power, Practice, Anarchism and Warfare in the Coast Salish Past. Ph.D., University of British Columbia.
Arnett, Chris. An Introduction to First Nations' History in the Gulf Islands. in Salt Spring Island Archives [database online]. Ganges, BC, 1999 [cited 03/08 2011]. Available from http://saltspringarchives.com/multicultural/firstnations/index.html.
Ball, Jessica and Ron George, "Policies and Practices Affecting Aboriginal Fathers' Involvement with their Children" (Presentation at the Second Tri-Annual Aboriginal Policy Research Conference Relationships: Policy, Research, and Results, 2006).
Barman, Jean. 2007. Erasing Indigenous Indigeneity in Vancouver. BC Studies(155): 3-30.
Barnett, Homer. 1944. Underground Houses of the British Columbian Coast. American Antiquity 9 (3): 265-70.
Barnett, Homer. 1939. The Coast Salish of Canada. American Anthropologist 40 : 118-41.
Barnett, Homer. 1939. Culture Element Distributions: IX Gulf of Georgia Salish. Anthropological Records 1 (5): 221-95.
Barraclough, William. 1969. Dogs that were Indigenous to the Pacific North-West Coast. B.C.Historical News May : 6-13.
Barsh, Russel Lawrence. 2008. Ethnogenesis and Ethnonationalism from Competing Treaty Claims. In The Power of Promises: Rethinking Indian Treaties in the Pacific Northwest., ed. Alexandra Harmon, 215-243. Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press.
Barsh, Russel Lawrence. 2000. Banishing the Spirits: Indian Agents and the Pacific Northwest Winter Dance. Journal of the West 39 (3): 54-65.
Barsh, Russel Lawrence. 1996. Puget Sound Indian Demography, 1900-1920. Ethnohistory 43 (1): 65-98.
Barsh, Russel Lawrence. 1982. The Economics of a Traditional Coastal Indian Salmon Fishery. Human Organization 41 (2): 170-6.
Bierwert, Crisca. 1998. Remembering Chief Seattle: Reversing Cultural Studies of a Vanishing Native American. American Indian Quarterly 22 (3): 280-304.
Bierwert, Crisca. 1993. 'Poetic Fancy': A Glimpse at the Translative Commentary of Martin J. Sampson. In New Voices in Native American Literacy Criticism., ed. Arnold Krupat, 529-542. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press.
Bierwert, Crisca. 1986. Tracery in the Mistlines: A Semiotic Account of Sto:Lo Culture.Department of Anthropology, University of Washington.
Boas, Franz. 1916. Transformer Myths. In Tsimshian Mythology (in) Thirty-First Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution 1909-1010., ed. Franz Boas, 586-610. Washington: Government Printing Office.
Boas, Franz. 1898. Traditions of the Tillamook Indians. Journal of American Folklore 11 (40): 23-150.
Boas, Franz. 1895. Indian Myths and Legends from the North Pacific Coast of America. Translated by Dietrich Bertz, from Verhandlungen Der Berliner Gesellschaft Für Anthropologie, Ethnologie Und Urgeschichte., ed. Dorothy Kennedy. Victoria: BC Indian Language Project.
Boas, Franz. 1895. The Lku'Ngen. In The Social Organization and the Secret Societies of the Kwakiutl Indians: Based on Personal Observations and on Notes made by Mr. George Hunt., 644-646. Washington: .
Boas, Franz. 1891-92. Sagen Aus Britisch-Columbia. In Verhandlungen Der Berliner Gesellschaft Fur Anthropologie, Ethnologie Und Urgeschichte., ed. Rud Virchow, 532-645. Berlin: Verlag Von A. Asher & Co.
Boas, Franz. 1889. The Indians of British Columbia. Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada for 1889 6 (2): 47-57.
Boas, Franz. 1889. Notes on the Snanaimuq. American Anthropologist 2 : 321-8.
Boas, Franz. 1888. Myths and Legends of the Çatloltq of Vancouver Island. The American Antiquarian 10 (4): 201,211; 366-373.
Boas, Franz. 1887. The Coast Tribes of British Columbia. Science 9 (216): 288-9.
Boas, Franz. 1887. Notes on the Ethnology of British Columbia. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 24 (126): 422-8.
Boas, Franz. 1887. Zur Ethnologie Britisch-Kolumbiens. Petermanns Geographische Mitteilungen 33 (5): 129-33.
Bonnell, Jennifer. 1999. Mapping Songs, Mapping Histories: The Negotiation of Cultural Perspectives on Gitxsan Territory. MA., University of Victoria.
Bouchard, Randy, "The Squamish Indian People" ms. in author's collection, n.d.).
Bouchard, Randy. 1996. An Ethnographic Examination of the First Nations' Land use of the Area of Potential Selection: Pacific Marine Heritage Legacy. Victoria, BC: BC Indian Language Project, .
Bouchard, Randy, "A Review of the Native Indian History of the Craig Bay Area, Parksville, B.C" 1995) (accessed 1/26/2011).
Bouchard, Randy, "Notes on Nanaimo: Ethnography and Ethnohistory" (Report prepared for I.R. Wilson Consultants Ltd., Brentwood Bay, BC in conjunction with The Departure Bay Indian Village Archaeological Project, Victoria, BC, 1992).
Boxberger, Daniel L. 2004. Whither the Expert Witness: Anthropology in the Post-Delgamuukw Courtroom. In Coming to Shore: Northwest Coast Ethnology, Traditions, and Visions., eds. Marie Mauze, Michael E. Harkin and Sergei Kan, 323-338. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.
Boxberger, Daniel L. Review of Traditional Historical and Ethnographic Information. in Friends of America's Past [database online]. Portland, OR, 2000 [cited 03/08 2011]. Available from http://www.friendsofpast.org/pdf/DOI/DOI10265.pdf.
Boxberger, Daniel L. 1997. Evolution Or History? A Response to Tollefson. Ethnohistory 44 (1): 135-8.
Boxberger, Daniel L. 1994. Lightning Boldts and Sparrow Wings: A Comparison of Coast Salish Fishing Rights in British Columbia and Washington State. Native Studies Review 9 (1): 1-13.
Boxberger, Daniel L. 1988. In and Out of the Labor Force: The Lummi Indians and the Development of the Commercial Salmon Fishery of North Puget Sound, 1880-1900. Ethnohistory 35 (2): 161-90.
Boxberger, Daniel L. 1988. The Lummi Indians and the Canadian / American Pacific Salmon Treaty. American Indian Quarterly 12 (3): 299-311.
Boyd, Colleen E. 2009. "You See Your Culture Coming Out of the Ground Like a Power": Uncanny Narratives in Time and Space on the Northwest Coast. Ethnohistory 56 (4) (Fall2009): 699-731.
Boyd, Colleen E. 2006. That Government Man Tried to Poison all the Klallam Indians: Metanarratives of History and Colonialism on the Central Northwest Coast. Ethnohistory 53 (2): 331-54.
Boyd, Colleen E. 2001. Changer is Coming: History, Identity and the Land among the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe of the North Olympic Peninsula.University of Washington.
Boyd, Robert. 1996. Commentary on Early Contact-Era Smallpox in the Pacific Northwest. Ethnohistory 43 (2): 307-28.
Boyd, Robert. 1994. Smallpox in the Pacific Northwest: The First Epidemics. BC Studies 101 : 5-40.
Brass, Gregory M., "Fraser River Presentation" (Presentation for the UBC Museum of Anthropology Native Youth Program, 1995).
Brealey, Kenneth George. 2002. First (National) Space: (Ab)Original (Re)Mappings of British Columbia. Ph.D., University of British Columbia.
Brealey, Kenneth George. 1998. Travels from Point Ellice: Peter O'Reilly and the Indian Reserve System in British Columbia. BC Studies 115/116 : 180-236.
British Columbia Environmental Assessment Office. 2008. Chemainus Wells Project. Environmental Assessment Report-Draft. 1.
British, Columbia Archives. 1916. Evidence Heard before the Royal Commission on Indian Affairs for the Province of British Columbia, 1913-1916. Ms. Vol. microfilm roll 460. Victoria: British Columbia Archives and Records Service.
Brooks, Pamela, M. 1997. John Peabody Harrington's Klallam and Chemakum Place Names. The Kinkade Collection: The on-Line Archive of Papers for the International Conference on Salish (and Neighbo(u)Ring) Languages 32 : 144-88.
Brown, Doug, Nicole Oaks, and Kwikwetlem First Nation. 2006. Kwikwetlem First Nation Heritage Interests as Related to Gateway Program Developments. New Westminster, BC: Doug Brown and Nicole Oakes, Research and Consulting Archaeology, .
Brown, Kimberly Linkous. 2005. "to Fish for Themselves": A Study of Accomodation and Resistance in the Sto:Lo Fishery.University of British Columbia.
Brown, Robert. 1868. On the Vegetable Products, used by the North-West American Indians as Food and Medicine, in the Arts, and in Superstitious Rites. Transactions of the Botanical Society of Edinburgh 9 : 378-96.
Calhoun, Francy. 1946. Four Puget Sound Folktales. Journal of American Folklore 59 (231): 40-4.
Cameron, Laura. 1996. Listening for Pleasure. Native Studies Review 11 (1): 109-29.
Campbell, Alice, "Mapping "Coast Salish Territory" as a Cosmopolitan Land Claim" (paper presented at the 2007 joint meetings of the Canadian Anthropology Society - American Ethnology Society, Toronto, Toronto, 2007).
Canada, Government of. 1927. Special Joint Committee of the Senate and Hosue of Commons Appointed to Inquire into the Claims of the Allied Indian Tribes of British Columbia, as Set Forth in their Petition Submitted to Parliament in June 1926: Report and Evidence. Ottawa: F. A. Acland.
Carkin, Helen, and Norman Lerman. 1968. Once upon an Indian TaleNew York.
Carlson, Keith Thor. 2007. Innovation, Tradition, Colonialism, and Aboriginal Fishing Conflicts in the Lower Fraser Canyon. In New Histories for Old: Changing Perspectives on Canada's Native Pasts., eds. Ted Binnema, Susan Neylan, 145-174. Vancouver, BC: UBC Press.
Carlson, Keith Thor. 2007. Reflection on Indigenous History and Memory: Reconstructing and Reconsidering Contact. In Myth and Memory: Stories of Indigenous-European Contact., ed. John Sutton Lutz, 46-68. Vancouver, BC: UBC Press.
Carlson, Keith Thor. 2007. Toward an Indigenous Historiography: Events, Migrations, and the Formation of "Post-Contact" Coast Salish Collective Identities. In Be of Good Mind: Essays on the Coast Salish., ed. Bruce Granville Miller, 138-181. Vancouver, BC: UBC Press.
Carlson, Keith Thor. 2005. Rethinking Dialogue and History: The King's Promise and the 1906 Aboriginal Delegation to London. Native Studies Review 16 (2) (12): 1-38.
Carlson, Keith Thor. 2003. The Power of Place, the Problem of Time: A Study of History and Aboriginal Collective Identity. Ph.D., University of British Columbia.
Carlson, Keith Thor. 1996. The Lynching of Louie Sam. BC Studies 109 : 63-79.
Carlson, Keith Thor. 1996. Stó:lô Exchange Dynamics. Native Studies Review 11 (1): 5-48.
Chamberlain, Alexander. 1907. Review. the Native Races of the British Empire, by C. Hill-Tout. American Anthropologist 9 (602): 608.
Clapperton, Jonathan Alex. 2010. Contested Spaces, Shared Places: The Museum of Anthropology at UBC, Aboriginal Peoples, and Postcolonial Criticism. BC Studies(165): 7-30.
Clark, Ella. 1955. George Gibbs' Account of Indian Mythology in Oregon and Washington Territories. Oregon Historical Quarterly 56 : 293-325.
Codere, Helen. 1984. Review:American Indian Ethnohistory: Oregon Indian I-II, Coast Salish and Western Washington Indians I-V, Interior Salish and Eastern Washington Indians I-IV, Nez Perce Indians. Complied and Edited by David Agee Horr. Ethnohistory 31 (4): 320-4.
Codere, Helen. 1948. The Swai'Xwe Myth of the Middle Fraser River: The Integration of Two Northwest Coast Cultural Ideas. Journal of American Folklore 61 (239): 1-18.
Collins, June. 1994. Kinship, Social Class, and Religion of Northwest Coast Peoples. In North American Indian Anthropology: Essays on Society and Culture., ed. Alfonso Ortiz, 82-107. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.
Collins, June. 1977. The Upper Skagit Indians and the Skagit River. In Of Man, Time and a River: The Skagit River, how should it be used?, ed. Ronald DeLorme, 1-6. Bellinghom: Center for Pacific Northwest Studies, Occasional Paper No. 10.
Collins, June. 1974. The Influence of White Contact on Class Distinctions and Political Authority among the Indians of Northern Puget Sound. In Coast Salish and Western Washington Indians II., ed. D. Horr, 89-204. New York: Garland Publishers.
Collins, June. 1966. Naming, Continuity, and Social Inheritance among the Coast Salish of Western Washington. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters 51 : 425-36.
Collins, June. 1952. An Interpretation of Skagit Intragroup Conflict during Acculturation. American Anthropologist 54 : 347-55.
Collins, June. 1952. The Mythological Basis for Attitudes Towards Animals among Salish-Speaking Indians. Journal of American Folklore 65 : 353-9.
Collins, June. 1950. Growth of Class Distinction and Political Authority among the Skagit Indians during the Contact Period. American Anthropologist 52 (331): 342.
Cook, Philip, and (Xelimuxw) William White. 2001. Thunderbirds, Thunder-Beings, Thunder-Voices: The Application of Traditional Knowledge and Children's Rights in Support of Aboriginal Children's Education. The American Review of Canadian Studies. Aboriginal Peoples Special Issue 31 (1-2): 1-25.
Dandurand, Tony and others, "Stave River - Lake Traditional use Study" (Report prepared by the Sto:lo Nation for the Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks and BC Hydro, Chilliwack, BC, 1996).
de Dorme, Donald, "Of Man, Time and A River: The Skagit River, how should it be used?" (Proceedings of a series of meetings held in the Skagit River Valley, Sept.-Oct. 1976. Occasional Paper #10, Center for Pacific Northwest Studies, Bellingham, WA, 1977).
Deans, James. 1891. Legend of the Cowitchan Indians. Papers and Communications Read before the Natural History Society of British Columbia 1 (1): 54-5.
Deans, James. 1860. An Indian Tradition: The Sim-Moquis. The British Colonist1860.
Denis, Claude. 1996. Aboriginal Rights in / and Canadian Society: A Seywen Case Study. International Journal of Canadian Studies 14 : 14-34.
DePaoli, Mary. 1996. Archaeological Investigations at the Beach Grove Site (DgRs 1), Tsawwassen, BC.
Deur, Douglas. 2000. A Domesticated Landscape: Native American Plant Cultivation on the Northwest Coast of North America.Louisiana State University.
Deur, Douglas. 1999. Salmon, Sedentism, and Cultivation: Towards an Environmental Prehistory of the Northwest Coast. In Northwest Lands, Northwest People: Readings in Environmental History., ed. Goble, Dale and Paul Hirt, 129-155. Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press.
Dewhirst, John. 2003. Aboriginal use and Occupation of Canoe Passage and the Lower South Arm of the Fraser River, B.C. Victoria, BC: Archeo Research Limitied, Final Report.
Dewhirst, John. 1976. Coast Salish Summer Festivals: Rituals for Upgrading Social Identity. Anthropologica 18 (2): 231-73.
Doe, Nick. 2000. Acala Galiano's Sketchmaps of Gabriola. Shale 1 (1): 12-21.
Doe, Nick. 2000. Around the Island in 1853. Shale 1 (1): 36-40.
Douglas, James. 1854. Report of a Canoe Expedition Along the East Coast of Vancouver Island. Royal Geographical Society 24 : 245-9.
Duff, Wilson. 1969. The Fort Victoria Treaties. BC Studies 3 : 3-57.
Duff, Wilson, "Unpublished Coast Salish Notes" 1952) (accessed 1/26/2011).
Dufresne, Lucie M. 1996. The Salish Sxwaixwe in Historic Salish Society.University of Ottawa.
Dyck, Jos C. 2000. "to Take the Food from OUr Mouths": The Cowichans' Fight to Maintain their Fishery, 1894-1914. Native Studies Review 13 (1): 41-70.
Dyck, Jos C. 1994. "and then we Will Mind the Law": The Enforcement of Federal Fisheries Regulations in British Columbia and the Resistance of Native Fishers, 1894-1916.Simon Fraser University.
Ebert, Mark. 2010. Human Versus Person: An Examination of Nature/Culture on the Northwest Coast. Native Studies Review 19 (1): 29-51.
Ebert, Mark, "Unfrozen Tradition: Continuity within a Changing World" (Paper presented a the UVic Anthropology Colloquium Series, Oct. 28th, 2005, Victoria, BC, 2005).
Ebert, Mark. 2001. Towards a Better Understanding of Medical Systems and Practices: The Coast Salish sbeAtedaq Ceremony and Biomedicine. MA., University of Alberta.
Egan, Brian, "Historic and Contemporary Struggles Over Land and Resources in Hul'Qumi'Num Territory" (Dissertation Research Proposal, Carleton University, 2006).
Elliott, T. C. 1912. Journal of John Work, November and December, 1824. Washington Historical Quarterly 3 (3): 198-228.
Elmendorf, William W. 1984. Coast Salish Concepts of Power: Verbal and Functional Categories. In The Tsimshian and their Neighbours of the North Pacific Coast., ed. Carol Eastman, 281-291. Seattle: University of Washington Press.
Elmendorf, William W. 1977. Coastal and Interior Salish Power Concepts: A Structural Comparison. Arctic Anthropology 14 (1): 64-76.
Elmendorf, William W. 1971. Coast Salish Status Ranking and Intergroup Ties. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 27 : 353-80.
Elmendorf, William W. 1967. Soul Loss in Western North America. In Indian Tribes of Aboriginal North America: Selected Papers of the XXIXth International Congress of Americanists., ed. Sol Tax, 104-114. New York: Copper Square Publishers.
Elmendorf, William W. 1961. System Change in Salish Kinship Terminologies. Southwestern Journal of Anthropology 17 : 365-82.
Elmendorf, William W. 1951. Word Taboo and Lexical Change in Coast Salish. International Journal of American Linguistics 17 (4) (Oct.): pp. 205-208.
Elmendorf, William W. 1948. The Cultural Setting of the Twana Secret Society. American Anthropologist 50 : 625-33.
Evenden, Matthew. 2000. Remaking Hells Gate: Salmon, Science, and the Fraser River, 1938-1948. BC Studies(127): 47-82.
Feder, Norman. 1983. Incised Relief Carving of the Halkomelem and Straits Salish. American Indian Art Magazine 8 (2): 46-53.
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Fediuk, Karen, and Brian Thom. 2003. Contemporary & Desired use of Traditional Resources in a Coast Salish Community: Implications for Food Security and Aboriginal Rights in British Columbia. Paper presented at 26th Annual Meeting of the Society for Ethnobiology, .
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Foster, Hamar. 2003. "Trespassers on the Soil": United States v. Tom and A New Perspective on the Short History of Treaty Making in Nineteenth-Century British Columbia. BC Studies(138): 51-84.
Foster, Hamar. 1989. The Saanichton Bay Marina Case: Imperial Law, Colonial History and Competing Theories of Aboriginal Title. UBC Law Review 23 (3): 629-50.
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Grier, Colin. 2007. Consuming the Recent for Constructing the Ancient: The Role of Ethnography in Coast Salish Archaeological Interpretation. In Be of Good Mind: Essays on the Coast Salish., ed. Bruce Granville Miller, 284-307. Vancouver, BC: UBC Press.
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Gunther, Erna. 1928. A further Analysis of the First Salmon Ceremony. University of Washington Publications in Anthropology 2 (5): 129-73.
Gunther, Erna. 1926. An Analysis of the First Salmon Ceremony. American Anthropologist 28 : 605-17.
Gunther, Erna. 1925. Klallam Folk Tales. University of Washington Publications in Anthropology 1 (4): 113-70.
Haeberlin, Herman. 1924. Mythology of Puget Sound. Journal of American Folklore 37 : 371-438.
Haeberlin, Herman. 1918. SBeTeTDA'Q, A Shamanistic Performance of the Coast Salish. American Anthropologist 20 (3): 249-57.
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Hale, Horatio. 1891. Remarks on the Ethnology of British Columbia: Introductory to the Second General Report of Dr. Franz Boas on the Indians of that Province. In Report of the Sixtieth Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science., eds. E. B. Tylor, W. Bloxam, Sir Daniel Wilson, G. M. Dawson, General Sir H. Lefroy and R. G. Haliburton, 553-562. London: British Association for the Advancement of Science.
Hamilton, Ron. 1990. Saturday Night Dance at Musqueam. Culture 10 (2): 39-46.
Hare, Jean. 2002. Pushing the Boundaries of Tradition in Art: An Interview with Susan Point. BC Studies(135): 163-75.
Harkin, Michael E. 2004. Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Landscape. In Coming to Shore: Northwest Coast Ethnology, Traditions, and Visions., eds. Marie Mauze, Michael E. Harkin and Sergei Kan, 385-406. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.
Harris, Douglas C. 2008. The Boldt Decision in Canada: Aboriginal Treaty Rights to Fish on the Pacific. In The Power of Promises: Rethinking Indian Treaties in the Pacific Northwest., ed. Alexandra Harmon, 128-153. Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press.
Harris, Cole. 1994. Voices of Disaster: Smallpox Around the Strait of Georgia in 1782. Ethnohistory 41 (4): 591-626.
Harris, Cole. 1992. The Fraser Canyon Encountered. BC Studies 94 : 5-28.
Harris, Douglas. 2001. The Law Runs through it: Weirs, Logs, Nets, and Fly Fishing on the Cowichan River, 1877-1937. In Fish, Law, and Colonialism: The Legal Capture of Salmon in British Columbia., 1-306. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Harris, Douglas. 1996. The Nlha7kápmx Meeting at Lytton, 1879, and the Rule of Law. BC Studies 108 : 5-28.
Hearne, Thomas. 1970. Ecology and Affinal Ties among !Kung Bushmen and Coast Salish. Mankind 7 (3): 199-204.
Heaton, George W., "Indian Tribes with the Chief of each Tribe in the Cowichan, Chemainis, and Nanaimo Districts" (Schedule of the Indian populations and Remarks to accompany Statement of Indian Population in Cowichan, Chemainis and Nanaimo, 1860).
Hess, Thom. 1979. A Comparison of Marine and Riverine Orientation Vocabulary in Two Coast Salish Languages. Anthropological Linguistics 21 (8): 363-78.
Hill-Tout, Charles. 1907. Report on the Ethnology of the South-Eastern Tribes of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britian and Ireland 37 : 306-74.
Hill-Tout, Charles. 1905. The Salish Tribes of the Coast and Lower Fraser Delta. Ontario Provincial Museum Annual Archaeological Report 12 : 225-35.
Hill-Tout, Charles. 1905. Some Features of the Language and Culture of the Salish. American Anthropologist 7 : 674-87.
Hill-Tout, Charles. 1904. Ethnological Report on the Stseélis and Sk.Aúlits Tribes of the Halokmélem Division of the Salish of British Columbia. Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 34 : 311-76.
Hill-Tout, Charles. 1904. Report on the Ethnology of the Síciatl of British Columbia, A Coast Division of the Salish Stock. Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 34 : 20-91.
Hill-Tout, Charles. 1903. Totemism: A Consideration of its Origin and Import. Proceedings and Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada 9 : 61-99.
Hill-Tout, Charles. 1902. Communal Houses in British Columbia. American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal 24 : 107.
Hill-Tout, Charles. 1902. Curious and Interesting Marriage Customs of some of the Aboriginal Tribes of British Columbia. American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal 24 : 85-7.
Hill-Tout, Charles. 1902. Ethnological Studies of the Mainland Halkome'lEm, a Division of the Salish of British Columbia. Report of the 72nd Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science. 353-445.
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