Haida myths illustrated in argillite carvings / Marius Barbeau.: R5-441/1953E-PDF
"This volume is designed to illustrate Haida argillite carvings. The illustrations are mostly, but not exclusively, in argillite. A few wood carvings happened to bear so aptly on the same mythological themes that they could not fairly be left out"--Preface, vii.
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|Department/Agency|| Canada. National Museums of Canada. |
Canada. Dept. of Resources and Development.
Canada. National Parks Branch.
|Title||Haida myths illustrated in argillite carvings / Marius Barbeau.|
|Series title|| Bulletin ; no. 127 |
Anthropological series ; no. 32
|Note(s)|| Digitized edition from print [produced by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada]. |
Includes bibliographical references.
|Publishing information||Ottawa : Department of Resources and Development, National Parks Branch : National Museum of Canada, 1953.|
|Author / Contributor||Barbeau, M.|
|Description||ix, 417 p. : ill., photographs|
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|Subject terms|| Canadian history |
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