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Huron-Wyandot Traditional Narratives in Translations and Native Texts.

National Museum of Canada.

Huron-Wyandot Traditional Narratives in Translations and Native Texts.

by National Museum of Canada.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


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SeriesBulletin (National Museum of Canada) -- 165, National Museum of Canada. Anthropological series -- 47
ContributionsBarbeau, Marius, 1883-1969.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21887333M

Huron-Wyandot Traditional Narratives in Translations and Native Texts. Ottawa: National Museum of Canada, Bulletin , Anthropological Series No. Chafe, Wallace. (a). "Accent and Related Phenomena in the Five Nations Iroquois Languages". In Larry Hyman, ed. Studies in Stress and Accent, Southern California Occasional Papers in.   Huron-Wyandot Traditional Narratives in Translations and Native Texts. National Museum of Canada Bulletin , Anthropological Ser Print. Mann, Barbara Alice. Land of the Three Miamis: A Traditional Narrative of the. Iroquois in Ohio. Toledo: U of Toledo, Urban Affairs Center P, Print. Parker, Arthur C.

As well as representing traditional oral narratives, the collection invites readers to hear the "translation" of orality into written forms. Brief headnotes outline the writers' lives and indicate connections between and among the writers. The volume also includes brief bibliographies of primary and secondary materials for each writer Brand: Wiley-Interscience. Huron-Wyandot Traditional Narratives in Translations and Native Texts (National Museum of Canada Bulletin ) by Marius Barbeau: Tsimsyan Myths: Illustrated by Marius Barbeau: The Donaldson site by J. V. Wright: The Native Songs of Newfoundland by Kenneth Peacock: Dependency and Self-Sufficiency in Chipewyan Stories, Paper.

Feb 6, - Explore mfpbj's board "Huron/Wyandot Indian", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Huron wendat, First nations and Native american pins. Barbeau, C. Marius (), Huron-Wyandot Traditional Narratives in Translations and Native Texts, National Museum of Canada Bulletin 47; Anthropological Series , [Ottawa]: Canada Dept. of Northern Affairs and National Resources, OCLC Binford, Lewis R. (), “An Ethnohistory of the Nottoway, Meherrin and Weanock Indians of Southeastern Virginia”, Ethnohistory (Ethnohistory.


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