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Klallam ethnography

Erna Gunther

Klallam ethnography

by Erna Gunther

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Published by University of Washington Press in Seattle .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Clallam Indians.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 311-314.

    Statementby Erna Gunther.
    SeriesUniversity of Washington publications in anthropology ;, v. 1, no. 5
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE99.C82 G87
    The Physical Object
    Pagination173-314 p.
    Number of Pages314
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6709332M
    LC Control Number27027159
    OCLC/WorldCa16720220

    Figure 1 Olympic National Park and Vicinity Figure 2 Archeological Sites Referenced in the Text Figure 3 Early Prehistoric Period Projectile Points Figure 4 Miscellaneous Chipped Stone Tools Figure 5 Abraders Figure 6 Projectile Points—Middle Prehistoric and Early Maritime Periods Figure 7 Projectile Points—Late Prehistoric Figure 8 Miscellaneous Bone Artifacts. Gunther, Erna. “Klallam Ethnography A book length cataloguing and analysis of the archaeological and anthropological record. Great source for finding a lot of the data in one place, a lot of his analysis is quite interesting though much of it is faulty in my opinion. I don’t think he ever tanned a hide, or really understood the process.

      This e-booklet aims to capture a glimpse of sxʷčkʷíyəŋ as it stood in its twilight years: the story of the final potlatch; the survivors of the great smallpox epidemics of the s; the hunters of Sequim Prairie and Sequim Bay; those last tenacious S’Klallam, those Strong People who clung to their land and forged a century-long bond between the Bugge family and the Jamestown S. --Book Jacket. Indian life on the Northwest coast of North America, as seen by the early explorers and fur traders during the last decades of the eighteenth century by Erna Gunther Klallam ethnography .

    “The Makah, Lower Elwha Klallam, Jamestown S’Klallam, 1 Port Gamble S’Klallam, Skokomish, Squaxin, Chehalis, Shoalwater Bay, Quinault, Quileute, and Hoh all live on or near the peninsula. Several of their reservations, ranging from to almost , acres, border the park. '1. F. MClLWRAITI{ Klallam Ethnography. By ERNAGUNTHER. (University ofWashington Publicationsin Anthropology, Vol. 1, No. 5, January, ,pp. ). THE Klallam Indiansformerlylived on the southsideof the Strait of Juande Fuca with fishingpostson the north shorein southernBritish Columbia.


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Klallam ethnography by Erna Gunther, unknown edition, Edition Notes Bibliography: p. Series University of Washington publications in anthropology -- v.1, no. Klallam ethnography by Erna Gunther,University of Washington Press edition, in EnglishPages:   Čḯx w icən 1 (pronounced ch-WHEET-son) is a year-old ancestral village of the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe (LEKT), located on the northwest coast of Washington State, U.S.A.

().The site is important for several reasons. It is one of the most intensively sampled archaeological sites in the Northwest Coast culture area, with m 2 and m 3 of sediment excavated as part of a large.

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More. An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting. In the past, atlatls were used in hunting and warfare to throw projectiles. This article examines evidence for ‘enskilment’ in atlatl use from the Par-Tee site (c.

AD –) in northern l whalebone atlatls from the site appear to have been crafted specifically to fit the hands of children. By Jamie Valadez and Carmen Watson-Charles There were possibly eight house structures found at the č̕ixʷícən village site. Erna Gunther, the anthropologist who wrote extensively about the Klallams in her publication, Klallam Ethnography, describes the house structures.

The homes were built in a single row, and with the door facing the water. Klallam ETHNONYMS: Clallam, Tlalem As described here, "Klallam" refers to an American Indian group that includes the Klallam proper, the Lummi, Nootsack (Nooksack), Samish, Samiamoo (Semiahmoo), Songish (Lkungen), and the Sooke.

Bibliography Gunther, Erna (). Klallam Ethnography. University of Washington Publications in Anthropology 1(5). Seattle. Nugent, Ann, ed. Klallam (also Clallam, although the spelling with "K" is preferred in all four modern Klallam communities) refers to four related indigenous Native American/First Nations communities from the Pacific Northwest of North Klallam culture is classified ethnographically and linguistically in the Coast Salish subgroup.

Two Klallam bands live on the Olympic Peninsula and one on the Kitsap. Author of Ethnobotany of western Washington, Klallam ethnography, Klallam folk tales, A further analysis of the first salmon ceremony, Art in the life of Northwest coast Indians. -- Klallam ethnography, Viewer's guide to Indian cultures of the Pacific Northwest, Indian life on the Northwest coast of North America as seen by early explorers and fur traders during the last decades of the.

Par-Tee and regional context. Par-Tee (35CLT20) is a shell midden site located approximately 22km south of the mouth of the Columbia River, on the northern Oregon Coast ().Historically, this area was home to Chinookan- and Salish-speaking populations (Suttles ).George Phebus and Robert Drucker excavated Par-Tee in the s and s, investigating an area of.

Klallam, Clallam, Ns'Klallam or S'klallam (endonym: Nəxʷsƛ̓ay̓əmúcən), now extinct, is a Straits Salishan language that was traditionally spoken by the Klallam peoples at Becher Bay on Vancouver Island in British Columbia and across the Strait of Juan de Fuca on the north coast of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington.

Klallam was closely related to North Straits Salish, in particular. It is noteworthy that this is a site type that is not recognized in the forager-collector model and one that would not easily be anticipated on the basis of ethnography of non-maritime hunter-gatherers.

Klallam. Klallam territory extended along the Strait of Juan de Fuca from the Hoko River to Port Discovery Bay. BOOKS: Gunther, Erna & Karl Hermann Haeberlin. Ethnographische Notizen über die Indianerstômme des Puget-Sundes (Berlin: Zeitschrift für Ethnologie, ).

Gunther, Erna. Klallam Folk Tales (University of Washington Press, ). Gunther, Erna. Klallam Ethnography (University of Washington Press, ).

Gunther, Erna. • "Klallam Ethnography," Erna Gunther (University of Washington Press, ) • "The Indians of Puget Sound," Hermann Haeberlin and Erna Gunther (University of Washington Press, ) • "The Coming of the Spirit of Pestilence," Robert Boyd (University of Washington Press, ).

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Salish languages are widely distributed throughout the Southern Northwest Coast.Karen Polinsky is a high school English teacher and writer from Bainbridge Island, years ago, she encountered the nineteenth century S’Klallam historian Mary Ann Lambert. Her fascination with this woman of vision eventually turned into Dungeness, a revisionist-history coming-of-age novel inspired by her is also a playwright, screenwriter, and recipient of the Patsy.