Legend of the fin-back whale crest of the Haidas, Queen Charlotte"s Island, B.C.

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Other titlesJournal of American folk-lore. Vol. 5, no. 16
Statement[James Deans].
The Physical Object
Pagination1 microfiche (6 fr.).
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Open LibraryOL21994161M
ISBN 100665154577

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Legend of the Fin-Back Whale Crest of the Haidas, Queen Charlotte's Island, B.C James Deans Journal of American Folklore, Vol. 5, Januarypp. Author retells and expands a on story heard many years ago from the Haida people. More information (Rating:Votes: 0, Reviews: 0) Reviews | Rate It | Add to Favourites.

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Situated off the northern most region of British Columbia is Haida Gwaii, formerly known as the Queen Charlotte Islands, an exceptionally beautiful and isolated archipelago, made up of islands, has a population of approximately 4, people and famous as the home of the Haida people and their culture.

Ancient warriors of the north Pacific: the Haidas, their laws, customs and legends, with some historical account of the Queen Charlotte Islands: Creator: Harrison, C. (Charles) Publisher: London: H. & G. Witherby: Date Issued: Description "A description of what the author saw and heard during forty years residence among the Haidas.".

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Over the course of history whales have played many roles in the perspectives of varying cultures and societies. Stories of whales destroying ships and swallowing humans can often be heard in many folklores tales.

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The Whale-Island One of the favourite imaginings of whale chroniclers, was of the living island, the animal island, the whale-island. The notion of a sleeping whale, with its dark rocklike back, being mistaken for an uncharted island is as old as maritime literature itself.

Deans, James, Legend of the Fin-Back mony of painting, and song, ; dance, Whale Crest of the Haidas, Queen Char- ; record of deeds preserved in songs, lotte's Island, B. C.: ; extension of society to other tribes, Haida crests or clans, 43; legend of fin- ; exchange of songs and dances.

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