Susan Golla Papers

Mss.Ms.Coll.89

Date: 1975-1991 1869-1993 | Size: 13.5 Linear feet

Abstract

The Golla Papers include research notes, subject files, field notes, correspondence, copies of archival documents (photocopies; microfilm), audio recordings, 35 mm slides, and printed materials (including newspapers) on the Nuu-chah-nulth people of Vancouver Island, primarily the Hupacasath and Tseshaht.

Background note

Upon graduating from George Washington University in 1971, Susan M. Golla (1948-1993) began her career as a research assistant to William Sturtevant at the Department of Anthropology of the Smithsonian Institution. In 1976, she received a research grant to study the Nootka Indians of Port Alberni, British Columbia. This work culminated in a doctoral dissertation, He has a name: history and social structure among the Indians of western Vancouver Island, from Columbia University in 1987. While teaching at such universities as Sarah Lawrence College, New York University, and City College of New York, she published articles on Nootka myths. At the time of her death, she was working on an annotated edition of selected Nootka texts, with detailed ethnographic and linguistic notes on texts by Edward Sapir. In her brief life, she made significant contributions to the study of Northwest Coast Native American societies.

Scope and content

Series I contains a small volume of correspondence, mostly from 1976 and concerning Golla's residence and research at Port Alberni. Series II, the largest individual series, contains Golla's research notes at and about Port Alberni, and is divided into four subseries.

Subseries I (Field notebooks) includes mostly unbroken documentation between 1975 and 1978, in addition to returns to Port Alberni in the early 1990s, including mostly ethnographic descriptions of events and conversations as well as Golla's personal reflections on fieldwork. Subseries II contains mostly typeset derivations from these field notebooks, arranged by Golla into subject, many of which are duplicated. Subseries III contains work by Golla with Suzanne Rose in the late 1980s and early 1990s toward an NEH-funded project to publish translations of Edward Sapir's unpublished texts, a project that was not completed due to Golla's passing. Subseries IV contains miscellaneous other research, mostly from the 1970s, including many loose notes from Port Alberni fieldwork of a similar nature to Subseries I, much relating to local genealogy, as well as notes on others' publications, maps, and copies of archival material.

Series III (Works by Golla) is short, and includes Golla's MA thesis "Skidi Pawnee Religion" and notes toward this. Series IV (Works by Others & Printed materials) contains a variety of published and unpublished materials relating to Indigenous peoples of British Columbia, including by the Sheshaht Band Council, Makah organizations, the British Columbia Indian Language Project, and anthropologists. Other notable items include Suzanne Rose's "Kyuquot Grammar" and a copy of a draft of James Murie's "Ceremonies of the Pawnee", possibly as reworked for publication by Douglas Parks. Series V contains newspapers largely from Golla's residence at Port Alberni, and includes an incomplete set of Ha-Shilth-Sa, 1976-1989, and some clippings from Alberni Valley Times, 1976-1979.

Series VI (Slides and Photographs) includes many images of events at Port Alberni. See the Native American Images Note below. Series VII contains cassette tapes of audio recordings at Port Alberni, and has been fully digitized. Series VIII contains microfilm obtained from the American Philosophical Society and the Archives of British Columbia.

An index to consultants in Golla's Nuu-chah-nulth fieldwork can be found in Series II Subseries IV. From this index and other notes identified in the manuscripts, the following list of consultants has been created. This is not complete or necessarily correct and researchers should consult the collection to verify and identify more names. Some of the consultants may not appear within the collection itself except as guests at events. Codes used by Golla are listed first, followed by a colon and the full names in addition to any alternative names.

RT: [unknown]; Bb: [unknown]; FA: Arnos, Francis; PB: Breaker, Pauline; CC: Charles, Cyril; HC: Charles, Hilda; EC: Chester, Ernie; JyC: Chester, Jimmy; EC: Clapanhoo, Ed; ThC: Clapanhoo, Thelma; GC: Clutesi, George; MC: Clutesi, Margaret; JC: Conmy, Jim; AD/AmD: David, Amelia; AgD: Dick, Agnes; AlD: Dick, Alan; BsD/BD: Dick, Bessie; JD: Dick, John; JE: Edgar, Joshua; ME: Edgar, Martin; BC: Fred (Casey), Harold (Ben); GF: Fred, Gerry, Sr.; MF: Fred, Martha; MF: Fred, Martin; MF: Fred, Mena; JG: Gallic, Jacob; JsG: Gallic, Jessie; LG: Gallic, Lizzie; RG: Gus, Ramona; MB: Haggard, Eileen; JH: Hamilton, Jessie; RH: Hamilton, Ron; V: Hamilton, Vy; NK: Kitla, Nelson; EL: Lauder, Ernest; NL: Lauder, Nessie; LaV: LaVerne; SL: Lucas, Simon; BM: Mack, Burt; CM: Mack, Cecil; FN: Night, Frank; [no code]: Nookemis, Hilda; RP: Petersen, Ruby; AR: Robinson, Ann; DR: Robinson, Doug; IR: Robinson, Irma; KR: Robinson, Kathy; AlR: Ross, Alan; VR: Ross, Vernon; WW: Sam, Willie; Sdy: Sandy; BS: Sayres, Beulah; AS: Shewish, Adam; ES: Shewish, Eddie; MS: Shewish, Margaret; Tat: Tatoosh [Edward?]; ET: Tatoosh, Earl; LxT: Tatoosh, Elizabeth (Loxi); RosieT/Rs: Tatoosh, Rosie; MT: Taylor, Mabel; [no code]: Thomas, April; AT: Thomas, Arnold; BT: Thomas, Bob [?]; EstherTh: Thomas, Esther; GT: Thomas, Gerri; ArchT: Thompson, Archie; DnW: Watts, Danny; DlnW: Watts, Darleen; DyW: Watts, Dolly; EW/EvW: Watts, Evelyn (Lush); HW: Watts, Hughie, Sr.; LW: Watts, Linda; MW: Watts, Marie; DxW: Watts, Richard (Dixie); CyW: Watts, Tom (Coy); TyW/HW: Watts, Tuffy; CW: Williams, Cecilia; LW: Williams, Leslie.

Native American Images note : 334 color slides of potlatch ceremonies by Nootka (Nuu-chah-nulth) Indians of Port Alberni, British Columbia, 1976-1979. Images of singing, dancing, and bartering of wealth with gifts of food and goods at weddings and other spiritual festivals. Prints also display native dress, traditional musical instruments, and carving of a totem pole. Taken by Golla during her ethnological fieldwork on Vancouver Island.

Digital objects note

This collection contains digital materials that are available in the APS Digital Library. Links to these materials are provided with context in the inventory of this finding aid. A general listing of digital objects may also be found here.

Collection Information

Physical description

13.5 linear feet.

13.5 linear feet.

Provenance

Gift of James M. Conmy, 1996. Susan Golla estate, bequest.

Processing information

This collection was processed into Series by Brian Carpenter in 2016, and was processed by folder by Paul Sutherland in 2018.

Indexing Terms


Genre(s)

  • Slides.
  • Sound recordings

Subject(s)

  • Indians of North America -- British Columbia -- Vancouver Island -- Social life and customs
  • Makah Indians
  • Makah language
  • Nootka Indians -- Folklore
  • Nootka Indians -- History
  • Nootka Indians -- Social life and customs
  • Nootka language
  • Northwest Coast Indians
  • Nuu-chah-nulth
  • Nuu-chah-nulth language
  • Pawnee Indians
  • Pawnee language
  • Potlatch -- British Columbia


Detailed Inventory

Series I. Correspondence
 0.5 Linear Feetbox 1
Alland, Alexander
1976-19842 p.

Discusses fieldwork in Port Alberni.

"Barbara"
ca. 19761 p.

Discusses fieldwork in Port Alberni.

"BE"
ca. 19761 p.

Discusses fieldwork in Port Alberni.

Business cards
 3 p.

Business cards of staff of the American Philosophical Society.

"C + B" ["Carlton"]
19763 p.

Discusses fieldwork in Port Alberni.

"Carlo"
19911 p.
Carroll-Horrocks, Beth
19911 p.

Concerns materials at the American Philosophical Society.

Charles, Sharon
19805 p.; 1 photograph(s)
Clutesi, George
19764 p.

Concerns Golla's perspective on work with Tseshaht people as an anthropologist.

Conmy, Jim
197617 p.

Discusses fieldwork in Port Alberni. Full name assumed, written as "J" (and Susan as "S").

Crocker
19761 p.

Discusses fieldwork in Port Alberni. First name unknown.

Davidson
19761 p.

Request to postpone visiting residency at the Smithsonian as a result of fieldwork at Port Alberni being successful. First name unknown.

Dewhirst, John
19921 p.
"Doug, Joyce, Tracey & Duke"
 1 p.

Congratulatory card for the birth of a child.

"Flossie"
 1 p.
Fred, Martha & Martin
 2 p.

Residents of Port Alberni.

Gallic, Elizabeth
 2 p.

Signed "Lizzie".

Golla, Victor
197617 p.
Gus, Ramona
19803 p.
"Hilda"
 3 p.

Likely Hilda Nookemis or Hilda Charles. Resident of Port Alberni.

Hymes, Dell
1982-19899 p.

Includes Hymes' analysis into verses and stanzas of a Nuu-chah-nulth text recorded by Sapir and Swadesh, "What mosquitos are made of" (5 p.), and Hymes' discussion of a paper by Golla for the AAA, 1989.

"Jack"
19763 p.

Discusses fieldwork in Port Alberni. Jack is possibly Susan Golla's father (letter mentions "Fa Day").

"Janet"
19931 p.
"Jo"
19762 p.

Discusses fieldwork in Port Alberni.

"Joel"
 1 p.

Mentions work at the Sunday Times. Appears to be sketch of a letter.

Laforet, Andrea
1989-19915 p.
"Maga & Barbie"
19763 p.

Discusses fieldwork in Port Alberni.

Martin, Doris
1976-1981ca. 47 p.
"Mary"
19763 p.

Discusses fieldwork in Port Alberni.

Miller, Jay
1989 [1949]5 p.

Includes a transcript of a 1949 letter in Nuu-chah-nulth regarding Morris Swadesh, originally given by "Captain Jack" to Charlie Watts.

Mills, Antonia
1990-19916 p.

Query about inclusion of Golla paper on Nuu-chah-nulth into "American Rebirth", edited with Richard Slobodin.

"Moo"
ca. 19762 p.

Discusses fieldwork in Port Alberni.

"Mr & Mrs C."
 3 p.
National Museum of Man, Canada
1977-1983ca. 70 p.

Includes many reports on Golla's research at Port Alberni, and contracts for the deposit of the fieldnotes at the museum.

Pascal, Naomi
197912 p.
Peterson, Ruby H.
19814 p.
"Rosamaria"
19763 p.

Discusses fieldwork in Port Alberni.

Rose, Suzanne
199240 p.
"Rubel"
19764 p.

Report of fieldwork in Port Alberni.

Shewish, Adam & Margaret
 4 p.
St. Claire, Denis
198315 p.

Includes discussion of Tseshaht place names.

Sturtevant, William C.
ca. 19762 p.

Discusses fieldwork in Port Alberni. Abbreviated to "WCS".

Taylor, William E.
19761 p.

Director of the National Museum of Man (Canadian Museum of History). Discusses fieldwork in Port Alberni.

Unidentified child
 1 p.
Unidentified fragment
 2 p.

Discusses fieldwork in Port Alberni.

White, Joyce
19802 p.
Series II. Research notes
  box 2-15, 26-28
Subseries I. Field notebooks
  box 2-5

The majority of these notebooks are in a narrative diary form, describing Golla's life and fieldwork in Port Alberni, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, working with Nuu-chah-nulth people. They are ordered chronologically.

Restrictions on Access: Access to this subseries is currently restricted pending evaluation for private information. Some portions of materials may be restricted from reproduction where they contain personal information disclosed in confidence.

Notebook 1: 1967, Poetry
1967 

Contains Golla's poetry in French and English.

Notebook 2: December 1975 - May 1976
1975-1976 

Loose notes from AAA meetings, San Francisco, December 1975; notes on Nuu-chah-nulth researchers and community members; interactions; other conferences.

Notebook 3: May 21 - July 5, 1976 (#1)
1976 

Notes on Nuu-chah-nulth fieldwork at Port Alberni, including detailed descriptions of potlatches and genealogy.

Notebook 4: June 16 - July 24, 1976 (#2)
1976 

Notes on Nuu-chah-nulth fieldwork at Port Alberni, including ceremonies for women, religion, and place names. Contents listing on front cover.

Notebook 5: May 30 - July 16, 1976 [#3?]
1976 

Loose notes describing a "make-up party at Ruby's"; notebook describing Nuu-chah-nulth fieldwork in Port Alberni, including territories, potlatches, games, and a reservation school.

Notebook 6: June 1 - July 5, 1976 ("copy (incompl.) of 1976 #1")
1976 

With additional marginalia added later.

Notebook 7: 1976 ("Linguistics")
1976 

Lexica elicited from Nuu-chah-nulth fieldwork in Port Alberni.

Notebook 8: 1976 ("Records 1976")
1976-1978 

Includes field notebooks entries May 11 thorugh August 1, 1976. Also includes notes that extend into 1978 on correspondence sent and received, expenses, potlatch gifts, notes on tapes and film.

Notebook 9: January 1977
1977ca. 26 p.

Notebook from Nuu-chah-nulth fieldwork at Port Alberni. Includes birth practices and a Ditidaht ("Nitinat") funeral.

Notebook 10: June 1977
1977 

Mostly miscellaneous, but includes discussions of a potlatch, a funeral, child-rearing, and a conference in Chicago.

Notebook 11: September 15-25, 1977
1977 

Nuu-chah-nulth fieldwork at Port Alberni. Includes Evelyn George's potlatch, a wedding, ghosts, religion, and identity.

Notebook 12: September 26 - October 15, 1977
1977 

Nuu-chah-nulth fieldwork in Port Alberni. Includes a wedding, religion and identity, a potlatch, child-rearing, house-warming, and stories.

Notebook 13: December 1977
1977 

Nuu-chah-nulth fieldwork in Port Alberni. Includes Christmas, "Ts" (Tseshaht?) houses ca.1911-1920, conversation about schooling, and a fragment of an origin legend.

Notebook 14: December 1977 ("Language class")
1977 

Lexica.

Notebook 15: January 1978
1978 

Nuu-chah-nulth fieldwork in Port Alberni. Lexicon recorded with "JG".

Notebook 16: January 13 - February 23, 1978
1978 

Nuu-chah-nulth fieldwork in Port Alberni. Includes birthdays, genealogies, Chiefs, a wake, language discussions, a potlatch, and other notes.

Notebook 17: January 29 - March 30, 1978 ("Personal")
1978 

Nuu-chah-nulth fieldwork in Port Alberni. More personal notes, in diary fashion.

Notebook 18: January - July 1978
1978 

Nuu-chah-nulth fieldwork in Port Alberni. Includes purchasing a house, lexica, and descriptions of masks.

Notebook 19: May 30 - July 13, 1978 ("Itinerary")
1978 

Nuu-chah-nulth fieldwork in Port Alberni. Detailed, including funerals, potlucks, and personal information.

Notebook 20: June 2-27, 1978
1978 

Nuu-chah-nulth fieldwork in Port Alberni. Includes funeral, potlucks, naming children, medicine, song rights, politics, local economy.

Notebook 21: June - July 1978
1978 

Nuu-chah-nulth fieldwork in Port Alberni. Includes comments on old song tapes, place names, whaling rivalry, and chronology of colonial contact.

Notebook 22: June 4 - July 7, 1978
197816 p.

Nuu-chah-nulth fieldwork at Port Alberni. Includes the Makah museum opening, a wedding, and a christening.

Notebook 23: July 1-10, 1978
1978 

Nuu-chah-nulth fieldwork at Port Alberni. Includes fishing, a funeral, potluck, and doctors.

Notebook 24: August 1978
1978 

Nuu-chah-nulth fieldwork at Port Alberni. Mostly from interview with "JH". Includes comments on Edward Sapir's songs, potlatches, girls' puberty, and tuccha.

Notebook 25: August - October 1978
1978 

Nuu-chah-nulth fieldwork at Port Alberni. Includes notes on recordings, potlucks, lexica, genealogies, songs, religion (Bahai and Christian).

Notebook 26: October 20-28, 1978
1978 

Nuu-chah-nulth fieldwork at Port Alberni. Includes housing, a funeral, baby shower, Chiefs, seat adoption, kinship, marriage, childbearing.

Notebook 27: October 28 - November 1, 1978
1978 

Nuu-chah-nulth fieldwork at Port Alberni. Includes a Watts family dinner, a trip to Pacheena, and a funeral.

Notebook 28: November 1 - December 3, 1978 ("Itinerary")
1978 

Nuu-chah-nulth fieldwork at Port Alberni. Includes a potlatch, funeral, basketry class, and personal notes.

Notebook 29: Miscellaneous small notebooks
1978, n.d.2 notebook
Notebook 30: "Trips to B.C., 1/25/90 & 1/1/91"
1990-1991 

Includes Golla's "Eulogy for Adam Shewish," dated 1/4/1990.

Notebook 31: "Funeral for Chief Adam Shewish, January 1991
199128 p.
Copies of field notebook pages
  
Subseries II. Typeset fieldnotes arranged by subject
  box 6-8

This subseries consists of mostly ethnographic field notes from Port Alberni. Although it includes some original notes, most of the subseries is typeset notes derived from these and the notebooks (Subseries I), then variously arranged into subjects, as reflected in this finding aid.

At the end of the subseries are "copies" or "extras" as noted by Golla, that have been kept as it is difficult to verify if they are included elsewhere in the subseries.

Restrictions on Access: Access to this subseries is currently restricted pending evaluation for private information. Some portions of materials may be restricted from reproduction where they contain personal information disclosed in confidence.

"Art Coote's funeral - preliminary notes"
19784 p.
"Baby shower for Debby Foxcroft + Kelli"
 2 p.
"Basketry Class with Mabel Taylor" & "Trip to potlatch in Neah Bay"
19775 p.
"The Bear Story"
19814 p.
"Benny's Crazy", "Indians and jail", "Miscellany" & "Family problems"
197710 p.
"Childrearing, babies"
1977-197910 p.

Various fieldnotes on the topic of childrearing, pregnancy, and birth.

"Conversation with JG"
19774 p.
"Doris Thomas Memorial"
1982-0812 p.

Description of event.

"Edgar's party"
19803 p.

Handwritten notes on the passing of JG.

"Evening at CC's"
19787 p.

Includes discussion of white fostering, politics, and various other topics.

"Family Fight", "More on drinking, cont." & "Fish Day Disputes"
19784 p.
"Field notes - 1977-1978"
 ca. 45 p.

Handwritten and typeset fieldnotes on interfamilial disputes, Christmas dinner, "evening at CC's", and more.

"Field notes on various dinners"
1977-197916 p.
"Foods"
197855 p.

Various fieldnotes on the topic of food, including at potlatches.

Friendship and dinners
1977-197841 p.

Various notes, including Friendship Center Supper, kinship, Christmas Dinner at Friendship Center, and dinner for Phillip George's family.

"Funerals"
1978ca. 35 p.

Various fieldnotes on the topic of funerals.

"GC Potlatch for ALR"
197915 p.
"Identity"
197718 p.

Various fieldnotes on the topic of Indigenous identity. Includes Native Studies Week Schedule.

"Identity", white-Indigenous relations, etc.
1977-1978ca. 20 p.
"Jack potlatch Dec. '78"
1978ca. 25 p.

Handwritten and typeset notes detailing potlatch extensively.

"Jesus girl" story
19782 p.
"Kinship notes"
1977-1981ca. 25 p.
"KR Memorial Feb. '79"
1978-197916 p.

Handwritten and typeset notes on KR's preparation and the memorial itself, for KR's grandchild.

"LG naming"
 3 p.
"Linda Watts' Memorial Potlatch"
19777 p.
"Location of houses on Tsishaath reserve as Ms remembers it, ca. 1920"
19784 p.
"LWMs funeral"
19791 p.
"Marriage"
1977-1978ca. 18 p.

Various fieldnotes on the topic of marriage.

"Misc. 1981"
198111 p.

Includes genealogical and kinship names, women as chiefs, and a sketch of the Shewish crest.

"Misc. soc."
 over 70 p.

Mostly copies of other folders, but with a few original pages.

"Misc. "unfiled originals""
1977-197841 p.
"Miscellany"
1978-1979 
"MS (from tapes) tribal history, life history, foods, etc."
1978 

Conversation transcribed from tapes (52 p. each, duplicated, possibly slight differences).

"MS tape 3/1/78"
1978 

Includes description of the birth of Sonny Edward Shewish (15 p. each, duplicated, second has changes).

"Names" (personal)
1978-198112 p.
"Potlatch at Neah Bay"
1977-19788 p.
"Potlatch general"
1977-1978ca. 80 p.

Various fieldnotes on the topic of potlatches, including the wolf ritual and puberty ceremonies.

"Potluck Supper: the Videotape Controversy"
1977 

Two versions (7 p. each).

Record of typeset notes
ca. 1980sca. 10 p.

Details which notes within this series have been typed, copied, coded, and sent.

"RG Wedding"
1979ca. 30 p.

On the wedding of Ramona Gus'Da's daughter.

"Seeing the dead"
19798 p.

Various fieldnotes on the topic of seeing the dead/ghosts.

Songs and dances
19786 p.
"A Toquaht Screen"
19792 p.
Transcription of AF/GF Wedding tape
1979 

Mostly a typeset transcript. Also includes handwritten notes from the feast, and the period prior to the wedding. Several copies are in this folder, some with redacted information.

Transcription of tape 3 on names, childrearing
 6 p.
"Tribe or band names" from JG
 ca. 10 p.
"Watts memorial"
19795 p.
"We call them himwits'o now. (JG and MG)"
19772 p.
"Weddings"
1977-197844 p.

Various fieldnotes on the topic of weddings, most of AP.

"Witchcraft"
1977-1978ca. 15 p.
"The Wolf Coat, a "true story" (MS)"
 1 p.
Copies
 1 box

Golla indicates that these are duplicates of other materials. They have been kept as it is difficult to be certain that they are present elsewhere. They have not been fully processed.

Subseries III. Translations and analyses of Edward Sapir's Nuu-chah-nulth texts
  box 9-11, 28

Research toward NEH grant number RE-20820-89, "Legends of the Nootka: An Annotated Edition of Selected Texts Collected by Edward Sapir". Project ran with the assistance of Suzanne Rose between 1988 and 1992, and could not be completed.

126. The Chinii'atH: Copies of notebook and typescript
  

Some marginalia.

126. The Chinii'atH: Typeset interlinear text and glossary
 ca. 44 p.

Golla's interlinear text (ca. 40 p.); glossary of names (4 p.).

126 to 139
 ca. 120 p.

Typeset versions of texts 126 to 139, with comments by presumably Suzanne Rose.

127. Legendary History of the Tsisha?ath (Tseshaht): Draft translation, typeset
 17 p.
127. Legendary History of the Tsisha?ath (Tseshaht): Field notebooks with translators Mabel Taylor and Margaret Shewish
1981-07ca. 105 p.

Three notebooks containing Nuu-chah-nulth with English translation, including lexical discussions.

127. Legendary History of the Tsisha?ath (Tseshaht): Interlinear text, handwritten
 ca. 25 p.
127. Legendary History of the Tsisha?ath (Tseshaht): Notepad with interlinear glosses
  
127. Legendary History of the Tsisha?ath (Tseshaht): Preliminary typeset translations
  
127. Legendary History of the Tsisha?ath (Tseshaht): Printout of microfilm of Sapir's notebook
  

Minor marginalia.

127. Legendary History of the Tsisha?ath (Tseshaht): Printout of microfilm of Sapir's running translation
  

From the Canadian Museum of Civilization (now Canadian Museum of History). Two copies, 21 p. each, with slightly varying marginalia.

127. Legendary History of the Tsisha?ath (Tseshaht): "Report to the Urgent Anthropology Small Grant Program, Smithsonian Institution"
1982 

Full (vii + 48 p.) and partial versions, one with note from Ken Lincoln to Arnold Krupat.

127. Legendary History of the Tsisha?ath (Tseshaht): "Report to the Urgent Anthropology Small Grant Program, Smithsonian Institution", working copies
ca. 1981-1982 
127. Legendary History of the Tsisha?ath (Tseshaht): Various notes
1981-198228 p.

Includes discussions of narrative structure, kinship, genealogical charts, and movement.

127. Legendary History of the Tsisha?ath (Tseshaht): Working copies of Swadesh's typeset manuscript at the APS
  

Several xeroxes (15 p. each), each with different marginalia.

128. A Hopach'as'atH Account of Culture Origins
  

Glossary of names (5 p.); copy of original typeset version with partially filled glosses; note on context of the story (1 p.); handdrawn genealogical sketches and map (3 p.). Original folder also includes notes.

128. A Hopach'as'atH Account of Culture Origins: Summer 1990 versions
1990ca. 100 p.

English handwritten and Nuu-chah-nulth typeset, with abundant marginalia, as well as handdrawn maps, and genealogies.

129. Origin of the Tsishaa'atH [Tseshaht] and the Story of Tlatlaaqokw'ap
  

Typeset line-by-line translations (ca. 31 p.); handwritten notes (ca. 4 p.); copy of notebook with marginalia.

131. Qanewin as Shaman, and the Origin of the Nachimo'as'atH
  

Family tree (1 p.); copy of notebook with minor marginalia; computer printout of interlinear text (1 p.).

132. How the Hikuul'atH Explored the Head of Alberni Canal
  

Typeset interlinear text (23 p.); place names in the text (3 p.); typeset text with line translation (4 p.); copies of notebook with marginalia; computer printout of notes to text (4 p.).

133. Origin Legend of the Na'ow'atH
  

Typeset free translation (2 p.); notes (2 p.); copy of notebook with marginalia.

134. Origin of the Hisaawisht'atH
  

Handwritten notes by Golla (4 p.); copy of notebook and typescript with marginalia; typeset free translation (2 p.).

135. Sayaach'apis Uses the Hoop Game
  

Typeset free translation (1 p.); copies of 's notebook with marginalia.

136. Iiwaltlim and Saayaach'apis
  

Copy of notebook with minor marginalia.

136. Iiwaltlim and Saayaach'apis: "with SR's English", "with SG's English", "SR's notes"
 ca. 100 p.

Multiple versions of interlinear texts with abundant marginalia.

138. How a Potlatch Mask was Obtained
  

Notes including a rough translation (1 p.); copies of notebook with marginalia.

139. Explanation of Huquuma
  

Copies of notebook with marginalia.

143. Two Swan-Women Make Place Names for the Huupach'as'ath Country
  

Originally told by Tyee Bob, 1914. Golla's typeset English free translation (2 p.); printed version of notebook from microfilm, with Golla's marginalia; typeset interlinear version, some translations for which are provided by John Thomas of Arima (34 p.).

Copies of texts in Edward Sapir's fieldnotes
  

Xeroxes with marginalia by Golla.

"First drafts translations in field + SR on own"
  

Several interlinear texts, "pre May 1991" edits.

"Glossary of Native Terms", correspondence fragment
 5 p.

Ceremonial terms and group names in at least texts 128 and 131.

Grant accounting, correspondence
1985-1992 

Correspondence is with the National Endowment for the Humanities, American Philosophical Society, Suzanne Rose, Barry Carlson, Victor Golla and others. Includes resumes of Susan Golla, Barry Carlson and Suzanne Rose.

Miscellaneous working file
ca. 1990-1992 

Includes list of Sapir's unpublished Nuu-chah-nulth texts.

Notes on Sapir material at American Philosophical Society
 ca. 30 p.
Project proposal
  

Proposal for NEH project (30 p.); other associated pages.

"Sapir & Swadesh vol. 3 translations (6 stories)"
  

Xerox of part of item W2a.8 in the ACLS Collection at the American Philosophical Society, with Golla's marginalia.

Summaries of notebooks, 1910-1914
 15 p.
Summaries of texts 126-143
 ca. 15 p.
"Unpublished Nootka texts in Sapir's Notebooks"
19851 p.

"From Victor Golla 1985". Brief listing of texts and consultants.

"XX:50 VI:39 ??:42"
  

Copy of notebooks (texts unidentified).

Subseries IV. General Port Alberni Nuu-chah-nulth research
  box 12-15, 26-27
"AVM file titled Royal Commission on Indian Affairs, notes"
 3 p.
"Catalogue to manuscripts at the National Anthropological Archives"
 9 p.

Notes on Nuu-chah-nulth sources (mostly linguistic).

Copies of Sapir's materials on names, genealogies
 ca. 55 p.

Includes some of Golla's notes and genealogical charts.

Copies of various Sapir manuscripts
 ca. 200 p.
Copy of item from British Columbia Archives
 2 p.

Pages 47-48 of item A A 30 B24A, "Barkley, Mrs. Frances: Reminiscences".

Description and diagram of "Chief's staff Nootka"
 3 p.

Catalogue number VII-F-110ab at the Canadian Museum of History (formerly National Museum of Man), deposited by Franz Boas.

"Foods"
 ca. 20 p.

Includes an index to recipes in unnamed "Kwakiutl texts".

"Genealogies for Hikuulaht"
 1 p.

Genealogical chart.

"Genealogies from Swadesh fieldnotes"
 ca. 35 p.

Genealogy charts connecting Swadesh's fieldnotes with Golla's contemporaries; handdrawn maps of villages and houses; more genealogies of Tom Toochie and others; xeroxes of Swadesh's fieldnotes with marginalia, from the American Philosophical Society, likely in the ACLS Collection (Mss.497.3.B63c); other notes.

"Genealogies - original"
1976-1978ca. 40 p.

Hand-drawn family trees and notes.

Genealogies (various)
 5 p.

Includes several large folded items.

Genealogies (working copies)
 ca. 60 p.

Much is copies of "Genealogies - originals", with additional details including dates.

Genealogy of Lucy and Chief Louie
 1 p.
Glossary on supernatural beings
 3 p.
Index to consultant abbreviations
 4 p.

Index cards matching abbreviations used in Golla's Port Alberni fieldwork to full names.

Index to subjects in unidentified material
 ca. 15 p.

Index cards for subjects in materials numbered approximately 1-10.

Indexes to Sapir's Nuu-chah-nulth song recordings
1977-197819 p.

Indexes to wax cylinder recordings of Edward Sapir's Nuu-chah-nulth songs held at the Canadian Museum of History (formerly National Museum of Man), that were transferred to cassette and sent to Golla, with correspondence detailing this (10 p.); "Correlation of Sapir recordings with Roberts and Swadesh 1955" (4 p.); other associated handwritten notes (5 p.).

Key dates, 1977-1979
 7 p.

List of dates of parties, weddings, potlatches, potlucks, funerals, etc.

"Kinship, residence, life history, food, "mysteries""
1978-049 p.

Handwritten notes from conversation with MS [Shewish].

Linguistic handouts
1973-19777 p.

Handouts by Ken Whistler and Mary Haas on body parts suffixes, personal and placename suffixes, aspect conditioning, etc.

"Lists of names from Swadesh mss. APS"
 10 p.

Copies of manuscripts of the American Philosophical Society. Personal names in English and Nuu-chah-nulth.

Maps and residence
  

Various maps of Port Alberni, some traced, some indicating places of residence.

Maps and sections from unidentified manuscript
  

Includes pp.55-60 and 146-168, an appendix to place names, and maps of Vancouver Island. Accompanying folder indicates it may be part of the dissertation submitted to Columbia University.

Maps of Vancouver Island
  

Several sketch maps, some folded.

Miscellaneous notes from Port Alberni fieldwork
  

Paper ranges from index cards to letter paper. Various notes from fieldwork that could not be easily individually described.

Miscellaneous vocabulary and ethnographic notes
ca. 1970s-1980s 
"Names belonging to Tom and his family"
 ca. 30 p.

Includes 9 of Tom's own names.

"Nootka Relationship Terminology"
 9 p.

Xeroxes of likely Morris Swadesh's typeset and handwritten notes.


Subject(s): Nuu-chah-nulth

"Nootka texts 205: Feast Speech"
 3 p.

Interlinear text.

"Nootka word list collected by David Ellis"
 2 p.
Notes from letters of 1904-1914
 11 p.
Notes on Curtis, Edward: "The Nootka" (1916)
 ca. 14 p.
Notes on Ernst
 7 p.

Words about a ceremony from an unidentified text.

Notes on Hawthorne, H. B.: "The Indians of British Columbia: A Study of Contemporary Social Adjustment" (1958)
 2 p.
Notes on Howay, F. H. et al. (eds.): "Voyages of the "Columbia""
  

Mostly xerox of the publication with marginalia.

Notes on Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada Nuu-chah-nulth population statistics
19835 p.

Includes bibliographic lists.

Notes on Inglis, Richard I. & James C. Haggerty: "Pacific Rim National Park Ethnographic History" (1986)
 ca. 20 p.

Typeset and handwritten notes, some possibly unrelated.

"Notes on kinship"
1976-1978ca. 40 p.

Includes lists of those present at weddings and memorial services.

Notes on Lillard, Charles (ed.): "Mission to Nootka, 1874-1900" (1977)
 4 p.

On the memoirs of Father Brabant.

Notes on Lutz, Catherine & Geoffrey M. White: "The Anthropology of Emotions" (1986)
 5 p.
Notes on McIlwraith, T. C.: "The Bella Coola Indians" (1948)
 11 p.
Notes on Mozino, Mariano: "Noticias de Nutkas" (Iris Wilson, ed., 1970)
 9 p.

Subject(s): Nuu-chah-nulth

Notes on "On the West Coast of Vancouver Island"
 1 notebook

Quotations and notes from unidentified publication "copied from a transcript loand by Alf. W. Carmichael by C. E. Browne, Mar, 1954".

"Notes on Sapir fieldnotes"
 2 notebook
Notes on transportation to Vancouver Island communities
 3 p.

Item is torn.

Notes on Vancouver, George: "Voyage of Discovery to the North Pacific Ocean and Around the World" (1798)
  

Handwritten notes, mostly quotations (8 p.); xerox of source material.

Notes on various publications
 ca. 40 p.
"Notes pertaining to rank, from Jewitt (Heizer, ed.) 1803-1805"
 9 p.

Quotations from a text on the Nuu-chah-nulth "king".

Nuu-chah-nulth archaeology and ethnography bibliographies
19838 p.

Partially by "Denis" (likely Denis St. Claire).

Personal names card file
 ca. 80 p.

Nuu-chah-nulth personal names with sources and occasional genealogical charts.

Personal names working file
 ca. 50 p.

Alphabetized list of personal names in English and Nuu-chah-nulth.

Philip Drucker fieldnotes
  

Xeroxes from Philip Drucker Papers, Manuscript 4516, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution.

Place and tribe names
 ca. 20 p.

Handwritten notes.

"Population estimates, Nootkan"
 2 p.

Handwritten notes on Nuu-chah-nulth poopulations, drawn from various sources.

"Potlatch vocabulary, paraphrased from Sapir's notes"
 9 p.
Quotations from Sapir
 ca. 20 p.
"Report from the Home/School Co-ordinator"
19792 p.

Summary of unidentified school attendance rates, etc, by Dolly Watts.

"Residential school"
1979-103 p.

Notes on conversation with MS (Margaret Shewish).

Sapir notes from ACLS Collection, American Philosophical Society
 2 boxes

Xeroxes of Sapir's typeset notes (ethnographic, texts) from the ACLS Collection (Mss.497.3.B63c), American Philosophical Society, with some marginalia.

Sapir's 1920s censuses
 5 p.

Copies of censuses of Opitchesaht [Hupacasath] Band and Seashaht [Tseshaht] Band, with additional list, plus marginalia.

"Seminar at Frsp Cntr"
1978-036 p.

Includes discussion of land rights treaties.

"Shewish Family History"
 7 p.

Genealogy chart. Several slightly different copies, one with heavy marginalia.

"Thomas + Arima, Comparison of Transcription Systems"
 3 p.
Translations and notes on texts from Hunt, Boas & Carmichael
  

Includes English-language translations are for "The Legend of Eut-Le-Ten" and "Sagen", copy of part of Franz Boas' "Tsimshian Mythology" (1916) with marginalia, Golla's handwritten notes, and lists of George Hunt's texts within the publication.

"Tseshaht Litigation"
19898 p.

Letter from Susan Golla to John Dewhirst dated March 1 1989, concerning the importance of salmon in Tseshaht/Sheshaht ceremonies, and geneaological information.

Related material: See also Series 4, "Cultural Context of Salmon Among the Sheshaht".

Various notes on Sapir's fieldwork
 over 70 p.

Includes genealogies, place names, rites and ceremonies.

William E. Banfield manuscripts
  

Items xeroxed from an unidentified source, mostly consisting of reports and letters from Barkley Sound, ca. 1858-1862.

Series III. Works by Golla
  box 15
"Continuity and Change in the Symbolic System of the Nootka"
ca. 1976ca. 50 p.

Application to the Public Health Service. Includes curriculum vitae.

Fragment on Mariano Mozino's description of Nuu-chah-nulth social structure
 3 p.
Fragment on Polynesian and Nuu-chah-nulth gendered social hierarchy
 3 p.
"He Has A Name: History and Social Structure Among the Indians of Western Vancouver Island"
  

Dissertation on "continuity and change in the culture" among the Tseshaht and Hupacasath of Port Alberni, Vancouver Island, submitted to Columbia University, 1986. Title pages (2 p.); abstract (2 p.); outline of chapters (4 p.); notes, including list of recipients and inserts (ca. 15 p.). Complete dissertation is not present.


Subject(s): Nuu-chah-nulth

"Other Symbols: Other Worlds"
198314 p.

Lecture presetnted to Mellon Faculty Seminar ("Human Nature Itself"), Sarah Lawrence College.

"Respective Ethnography: Fieldnotes as Myth"
1984-199173 p.

Original manuscript delivered to the AAA Meetings, Denver, Colorado, 1984 (14 p.); revision, 1985 (28 p.); correspondence concerning publication with James M. Nyce and Stanley Holwitz, 1985-1986 (13 p.); correspondence with James M. Nyce, 1991 (1 p.); revision with Nyce's marginalia (17 p.).

"Skidi Pawnee Religion: A Structural Analysis"
197595 p.

M.A. thesis submitted to George Washington University. Includes marginalia.

"Skidi Pawnee Religion: A Structural Analysis": notes
 ca. 150 p.

Mostly notes on publications and printed material. Includes: list of village names in publications of Dorsey and Murie; tables on ceremonies and use of materials; notes on "Vision Songs of the White Beaver Ceremony"; other notes from publications by James Dorsey, John Brown Dunbar, James R. Murie, Preston Holder, William Duncan Strong, Jack Thomas Hughes, Ralph Linton, Alice Fletcher; genealogies relating to Chief Big Eagle; printed materials with marginalia.

Series IV. Works by others & Printed materials
  box 16-20, 28
Archeo Tech Associates: "The Cultural Context of Salmon Among the Sheshaht: Native Ownership and Utilization of the Somass River, Port Alberni, B.C."
1989122 p.

Typeset manuscript (119 p., in reverse order); figure showing the genealogy of the Watts and Gus families (1 p.); letter from John Dewhirst, principal researcher, to Hugh Braker, barrister and solicitor, concerning Sheshaht ownership of the Somass River (2 p.).

Arctic Anthropology XIV-1
197793 p.

Pages 1-93. Marginalia.

Baird, Ron: "Man With a Vision"
 7 p.

Personal Name(s): Clutesi, George, 1905-1988

"B.C. Bibliographies"
  

Bibliographies of Indigenous peoples of British Columbia, Canada, from various publications and with handwritten notes.

Beaglehole, J. C.: "The Voyage of the Resolution and Discovery 1776-1780"
196712 p.

Xerox of a wordlist of Nuu-chah-nulth.

Blackman, Margaret: "New Directions in West Coast Art"
197842 p.

Paper presentated in a symposium on honor of Philip Drucker, Southern Anthropological Society Meetings, Lexington, Kentucky, April 13, 1978. Main manuscript (22 p.); appendices including xeroxes of plates of Northwest Coast (Nuu-chah-nulth) silkscreen prints (20 p.).

Blenkinsop, George: Report on Nuu-chah-nulth of Barclay Sound
1874ca. 84 p.

Map copied from the Public Archives of Canada, RGIOM 78903/45, item 30, microfiche 12833; copy of report to J. W. Powell, Indian Commissioner, dated September 23 1874 (55 p.); censuses of that period (13 p.); Golla's notes, including on Edward Sapir's censuses of 1920-1921 (ca. 15 p.).

Boas, Franz: "Second General Report on the Indians of British Columbia"
189144 p.

Xerox, pages 562-605 of "Report of the Sixtieth Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science".

British Columbia Indian Language Project: "Computer Analysis of Native Indian Mythology at the University of British Columbia"
1974-19764 p.
British Columbia Indian Language Project: "Lillooet Stories"
ca. 197348 p.OS

Stories of the Lillooet (St'at'imc), in English.

Brown, Lyvia: "A Brief History of Nootka Sound in the Fur-Trading Days with an Appendix on Native Uses of Metal"
197328 p.

Subject(s): Nuu-chah-nulth

Brown, Lyvia: "Hesquiat - the Historical Background"
197339 p.

Subject(s): Nuu-chah-nulth

Brown, Robert: "Journal of the V. I. Exploring Expedition Vols. I to V, June 7th to Sept.14 incl., 1864"
1864, 1968, 1987182 p.

Xerox of item "Add Mss 794" from the British Columbia archives, with finding aid.

Calkins, Carlos Gilman: "The Northwest Corner"
191610 p.

Possibly copy typed by Golla.

Canadian Museum of Civilization: "Edward Sapir's Collection, Nootka Texts, Nootka Notes and Nootka Songs (Finding Aid)"
1992ca. 24 p.

Letter from Benoit Theriault to Golla (1 p.); xeroxes of catalogue cards for Gwich'in and Tsuu T'ina/Tsuut'ina materials of Edward Sapir (8 p.); bound finding aid (ca. 15 p.).


Subject(s): Nuu-chah-nulth

Carmichael, Alfred: "Indian Legends of Vancouver Island"
192297 p.

Partial xerox.

Child's drawing
 3 p.

"To Sue by Pebbles". Drawing of Susan Golla and the village (at or near Port Alberni?).

"Church in Alberni"/"Report of the Columbia Mission for the Years 1869-1878"
ca. 1800s36 p.

Xerox of pages from unknown manuscript, with Golla's notes.

Dewhirst, John: "Nootka Sound: A 4,000 Year Perspective"
197829 p.

Xerox with marginalia.


Subject(s): Nuu-chah-nulth

Douglas, Mary: "Program Guidelines: Memo for applicants requesting further details of the Russell Sage Foundation 1977-1978 Program of Research on Culture"
 17 p.

Specifically refers to Gastronomic Categories (food).

Ellis, Eleanor: "Report on Indian Studies in Federal and Provincial Schools"
1977 [1972]29 p.
"Enrolment of Registered Indian Students in Federal and Non Federal Schools, By Grade"
ca. 19754 p.
Ford, Helen: "Sproat Lake"
 5 p.

Xerox of pages 7-11 of a larger manuscript on Nuu-chah-nulth people of Port Alberni.


Personal Name(s): Clutesi, George, 1905-1988

Hamilton, Ron.
Hamilton, Ron: Various articles
1981ca. 20 p.

Includes xeroxes "sea stories/Kwayatsapalth" and "Some Thoughts About Wilson Duff", with images of Hamilton's artwork.

Inglis, Richard: "The Ethnographic History of the Brooks Peninsula Region"
ca. 198727 p.

Subject(s): Kwakwaka'wakw; Nuu-chah-nulth

Jacobsen, William H., Jr.: "Makah Vocative Vocalism"
19786 p.

Presented at the Thirteenth International Conference on Salish Languages, University of Victoria, August 17-19, 1978.

Jacobsen, William H., Jr.: "Wakashan"
197619 p.

Presented at the Northwest Coast Studies Conference, Simon Fraser University, May 12-16, 1976.

Jane, Cecil (ed.): "A Spanish Voyage to Vancouver and the Northwest Coast of America"
1930 

Full title: "A Spanish Voyage to Vancouver and the Northwest Coast of America: Being the Narrative of the Voyage Made in the Year 1792 by the Schooners Sutil and Mexicana to Explore the Strait of Fuca". Xeroxed sections with marginalia; Golla's typeset notes (3 p.).

Johnston, Nola: "T'aat'aaqsapa"
 1 p.

Provisional version. Illustrated alphabet of Nuu-chah-nulth (illustrations by Johnston).

Kavanagh, Tom: "An Investigation of the Kwakiutl System of Ranking and its Relation to the Potlatch"
197924 p.

Includes Golla's notes (2 p.).


Subject(s): Kwakwaka'wakw

Kenyon, Susan: "The Nature of the Nootkan Local Group: Kinship and Descent on the West Coast of Vancouver Island"
197635 p.

Manuscript (28 p.); notes (7 p.).


Subject(s): Nuu-chah-nulth

Klokeid, Terry J.: "An Introduction to the West Coast Language of Vancouver Island"
1972ca. 60 p.

Low quality xerox.


Subject(s): Nuu-chah-nulth language

Klokeid, Terry J.: "On the West Coast (Nootka) Text Manuscripts of Edward Sapir and Alexander Thomas: A report to the National Museum of Man"
1971ca. 30 p.

Two copies of the manuscript, one complete (19 p.) and one partial, with different marginalia; and xeroxes of card files indicating locations of materials (2 p.).


Subject(s): Nuu-chah-nulth

Lane, Barbara: "A Comparative and Analytic Study of Some Aspects of Northwest Coast Religion"
195317 p.

Pages 80-87 and 136-144 of a PhD thesis delivered to the University of Washington, including section on "Wolf-Killerwhale Concepts".

Langdon, Steve: "The Development of the Nootkan Cultural System"
197657 p.

Presented at the Northwest Coast Studies Conference, Simon Fraser University, May 12-16, 1976.


Subject(s): Nuu-chah-nulth

Leaflet on Joe David, Nuu-chah-nulth artist
  
Leaflets on Tillicum Village, Blake Island State Park
  

Joseph H. David, Nuu-chah-nulth, is attributed as artist.

Levi-Strauss, Claude: "The Way of the Masks"
198215 p.

Xerox of pages 163-187 only, "The Social Organization of the Kwakiutl".


Subject(s): Kwakwaka'wakw

Macfarlane, Nathalie: "Joe David, March 7-May 31, Museum Notes, UBC Museum of Anthropology"
19784 p.

Leaflet on masks created by Joe David, of the Tla-o-qui-aht Nuu-chah-nulth. Includes images of masks.

Makah Cultural and Research Center: Museum exhibit leaflet
197917 p.
Makah Days Committee.
Makah Days Committee: "Makah Days, 1978"
1978 
Marshall, Yvonne: "The House in Northwest Coast, Nuu-chah-nulth, Society: The Material Structure of Political Action"
19887 p.

Xerox of pages 15-21 of a publication, with marginalia.

McLendon, Sally: "Cultural Presuppositions and Discourse Analysis"
1977ca. 12 p.

Georgetown Roundtable, March 18, 1977. Includes notes.

McLendon, Sally: "Cultural Presuppositions and Discourse Analysis: Patterns of Presupposition and Assertion of Information in Eastern Pomo and Russian Narrative"
197762 p.
McLendon, Sally: "Ecology and Myth"
 14 p.

Several versions of "Children's Song (collected by the Berndts from Ooldea in the west of South Australia)", interlinear text, as well as table of the Eastern Pomo personal noun class, and a map (contains "Clear Lake", unknown location).

McLendon, Sally: "Propp's 31 Functions (or Acts which Characterise all Russian Fairytales)"
 2 p.
Miller, Jay: "Tsimshian 'Person' in Cultural Perspective"
 22 p.

Two different versions of manuscript (7 p. each); Golla's comments (8 p.).

Mitchell, Marjorie: "Language and the Indian School Child: The Message of Silence"
19739 p.

Address to the B.C. Native Indian Teachers' Association, Alert Bay.

Morgan, R. Christopher: "The Economic Basis of Nootka Polities"
198116 p.

Subject(s): Nuu-chah-nulth

Murie, James: "Ceremonies of the Pawnee" [1 of 7]
  

Xerox of working manuscript, eventually edited and published by Douglas R. Parks, with Golla's marginalia and contents listing.

Murie, James: "Ceremonies of the Pawnee" [2 of 7]
  

Xerox of working manuscript, eventually edited and published by Douglas R. Parks, with Golla's marginalia and contents listing.

Murie, James: "Ceremonies of the Pawnee" [3 of 7]
  

Xerox of working manuscript, eventually edited and published by Douglas R. Parks, with Golla's marginalia and contents listing.

Murie, James: "Ceremonies of the Pawnee" [4 of 7]
  

Xerox of working manuscript, eventually edited and published by Douglas R. Parks, with Golla's marginalia and contents listing.

Murie, James: "Ceremonies of the Pawnee" [5 of 7]
  

Xerox of working manuscript, eventually edited and published by Douglas R. Parks, with Golla's marginalia and contents listing.

Murie, James: "Ceremonies of the Pawnee" [6 of 7]
  

Xerox of working manuscript, eventually edited and published by Douglas R. Parks, with Golla's marginalia and contents listing.

Murie, James: "Ceremonies of the Pawnee" [7 of 7]
  

Xerox of working manuscript, eventually edited and published by Douglas R. Parks, with Golla's marginalia and contents listing.

"Native Lands: Then and Now" map
1990 

Map of British Columbia Native territories. Produced by FM Studio for the Children's Project.

Newman, Philip: "An Intergroup Collectivity Among the Nootka"
 108 p.

Main manuscript, an MA thesis to the University of Washington (102 p.); notes (6 p.).


Subject(s): Nuu-chah-nulth

On Indian education
19747 p.

"History of Indian Education" by Bob Sterling (1974, 2 p.); transcript of talk by Gloria Webster, Alert Bay (4 p.); "Teachers' Concerns About Indian Students" (1 p.).

Opler, Morris: "Edward Sapir, Ethnologist, at Chicago"
 8 p.
Papers for American Anthropological Association meetings 1988
198847 p.

Whiteley, Peter: "Naming, Identity, and Personhood in Hopi Society" (16 p.); Walker, Willard: "Participation, Revivification, and Magic at Zuni" (12 p.); Mauzé, Marie: "The Concept of the Person Among the Kwagul Indians" (18 p.); correspondence from Peter Whiteley (1 p.); notes by Golla (2 p.). See also Miller, Jay: "Tsimshian 'Person' in Cultural Perspective" (same series).

"Papers for the 25th International Conference on Salish and Neighboring Languages"
1990363 p.

Conference at the University of British Columbia.

Paul, Philip: Master Tuition Agreement workshop information
ca. 19781 p.
Pemberton, J. Despard: "Facts and Figures relation to Vancouver Island and British Columbia"
 19 p.

Xerox of possibly typeset copy, marked as "Section Five". Includes other similar pages on "Roman Catholic Missions at Alberni".

"Programs - Curriculum and Indian Values"
 2 p.

Author unidentified.

Rose, Suzanne Maria: "Kyuquot Grammar" [1 of 3]
1981 

Nuu-chah-nulth dissertation submitted to the University of Victoria. Pages i-113 plus notes and marginalia.

Rose, Suzanne Maria: "Kyuquot Grammar" [2 of 3]
1981 

Nuu-chah-nulth dissertation submitted to the University of Victoria. Pages 114-238 plus marginalia.

Rose, Suzanne Maria: "Kyuquot Grammar" [3 of 3]
1981 

Nuu-chah-nulth dissertation submitted to the University of Victoria. Pages 239-355 plus marginalia.

Sapir, Edward: "A Flood Legend of the Nootka Indians of Vancouver Island"
19195 p.

Xerox with marginalia.


Subject(s): Nuu-chah-nulth

Sapir, Edward: "A Girl's Puberty Ceremony Among the Nootka Indians"
1913 

Xeroxed article (14 p.); Golla's notes, including lexica and the consultants' relationships to contemporaneous residents (19 p.).


Subject(s): Nuu-chah-nulth

Sapir, Edward: "The Life of a Nootka Indian"
192129 p.

Pages 232-243 and 351-367 of Queens Quarterly, 1921.


Subject(s): Nuu-chah-nulth

Sapir, Edward: "Nootka Baby Words"
19292 p.

Xerox of article in IJAL.


Subject(s): Nuu-chah-nulth

Sapir, Edward: "The Rival Whalers, A Nitinat Story"
192450 p.

Xerox of publication with marginalia (37 p.); notes on morphemes present in the text (23 p.).

Sapir, Edward: "Vancouver Island Indians"
1921 

Xerox with marginalia. In Hastings, James (ed.), "Encyclopaedia of Religion and Ethics" vol. 12 (Edinburgh: T & T Clark).

Saunders, Ross & Philip W. Davis: "The Control System of Bella Coola"
ca. 197825 p.
Sheshaht Band Council: Meeting minutes
1976-1979 

Some duplicated sections. Includes letter from Hugh A. Watts ("Tuffy") to all band councils, dated September 1979, and lists of Chiefs and Chief Councillors, 1976.


Subject(s): Nuu-chah-nulth

Sheshaht Band Council.
Sheshaht Band Council: "Tseshaht Market"
ca. 19781 p.
Sheshaht Band Council: Various items
1977-1979ca. 25 p.

Some may be duplicates of other folders within this series.

St. Claire, Denis: "Barkley Sound Tribal Territories"
1984; 1986141 p.

Manuscript on Nuu-chah-nulth place names, with special appreciation for Adam Shewish and Margaret Shewish (122 p.); blank maps of the region (15 p.); "Nootka-Nitinat" orthography by Randy Bouchard (2 p.); letter from St. Claire to Golla, dated 1986 (2 p.).

St. Claire, Denis: "Problems Concerning the Archaeological Investigations of Seasonal Round Patterns on the West Coast of Vancouver Island"
ca. 1970s11 p.
Stone, Peter: "Reciprocity: The Gift of a Trickster"
197172 p.

Revised from 1970 version.


Subject(s): Tlingit Indians -- Folklore

Strange, James: "Journal and Narrative of the Commercial Expedition from Bombay to the North-west Coast of America"
1928ca. 27 p.

Xeroxed pages from publication (3 p.); notes on publication (4 p.); notes on "Walker 1982" (mostly quotations, ca. 20 p.).

Suttles, Wayne: "Affinal Ties, Subsistence, and Prestige among the Coast Salish"
196010 p.

Xerox of publication with marginalia.

Swadesh, Morris: "English-Nootka vocabulary; April 1952"
1952; 1973; 1977ca. 40 p.

"Typed copy 1973", with abundant marginalia, and a student paper by Jeri Juanita Jaeger for Mary Haas titled "Nootka: A Supplementary Lexicon" (11 p.).

Related material: Original of the Swadesh section is item W2a.12 in the American Council of Learned Societies Committee on Native American Languages Collection, American Philosophical Society.


Subject(s): Nuu-chah-nulth

Swadesh, Morris: "The Internal Economy of the Nootka Word"
1933155 p.

Xerox of copy of Swadesh's dissertation, given to Mary Haas. Includes at least one interspersed note leaf by Golla.


Subject(s): Nuu-chah-nulth language

Swadesh, Morris: "Motivations in Nootka Warfare"
194821 p.

Xerox of publication (pp.76-93); notes (3 p.).


Subject(s): Nuu-chah-nulth

Swadesh, Morris: "Nootka Aspect"
1931105 p.

Xerox of the unpublished MA thesis, with Golla's marginalia.

"Texts dictated by Fred Cootes, Uchucklesit, August 1972"
19727 p.

"Taped by Will Eggen". Xeroxes of English translations of tapes, including the Jackson, Regi and Cootes families.

Thomas, John: "Nootkan Band Names"
 14 p.

Author also known as Waƛawayaqus.


Subject(s): Nuu-chah-nulth

Tourist map of Southwest British Columbia
  
University of British Columbia: Course description of Anthropology 540, "Advanced Seminar - West Coast Ceremonialism" by M. Halpin
19892 p.
"Vancouver Island Exploration 1864"
1869 

Partial xerox of a publication by the Royal Geographic Society Journal, v.39, 1869.

Wagner, Henry Raup: "Spanish Explorations in the Strait of Juan De Fuca"
193355 p.

Xerox of publication pages 158-209, plus Golla's notes (3 p.) on Quimper and Pantoya.

Webster, Peter: "As Far As I Know: Reminiscences of an Ahousat Elder"
19838 p.

Pages 52-59 of the book, on the Ahousat war.


Subject(s): Nuu-chah-nulth

Dyler, Harry. Hamilton, Ron. Alberni Valley Museum.
"West Coast 1979" (exhibit guide)
19795 p.
White, Brian: "Human History Study, Pacific Rim National Park: Final Report of Pilot Project"
1973ca. 63 p.

Photocopy of typeset manuscript (some pages missing, plus maps and correspondence), plus notes by Golla.

Wike, Joyce: "Social Stratification Among the Nootka"
195823 p.

With Golla's marginalia.


Subject(s): Nuu-chah-nulth

Series V. Newspapers
 0.75 Linear Feetbox 21-22
Subseries I. Ha-Shilth-Sa
1976-1989 box 21

The subseries contains an incomplete set of Ha-Shilth-Sa, the newspaper of record for the Nuu-chah-nulth communities of Vancouver Island, from 1976-1989. "Ha-Shilth-Sa," which means "interesting news," is based in Port Alberni, British Columbia. As of the writing of this note in 2016, it continues to be published, now online as well, and refers to itself as "Canada's oldest First Nations newspaper."

Ha-Shilth-Sa: "Declaration of Native Title" issue
May 6, 1976 
Ha-Shilth-Sa: 1976
19763 issues
Ha-Shilth-Sa: 1977
19776 issues
Ha-Shilth-Sa: 1978
19785 issues
Ha-Shilth-Sa: 1979
19792 issues
Ha-Shilth-Sa: 1980
 1 issue
Ha-Shilth-Sa: 1981
1981 
Ha-Shilth-Sa: 1985
19851 issue
Ha-Shilth-Sa: 1986
19864 issues
Ha-Shilth-Sa: 1987
19878 issues
Ha-Shilth-Sa: 1988
19886 issues
Ha-Shilth-Sa: 1989
 2 issues
Subseries II. Alberni Valley Times
1976-1979 box 21-22
Alberni Valley Times: "The Dawn of a New Tomorrow: 1979 Community Report"
1979 
Alberni Valley Times: Miscellaneous clippings
1976-1979 
Alberni Valley Times: "Spectrum"
June 23, 1978 

"A recreation and entertainment supplement to the Alberni Valley Times"

Alberni Valley Times: "Vancouver Island Playground"
1978 

Travel supplement to Alberni Valley Times.

Subseries III. Other newspapers
  box 22
Clippings and notes on Alberni Indian Residential School
ca. 1960s-1984 

Xeroxed articles concerning the boarding school and its closure; Golla's handwritten notes; a letter from Anne W. Holt of Alberni District Historical Society with a list of individuals and organizations that may have information regarding the school.

General clippings ("American Indian")
  
Kla-How-Ya: A Welcome to Campbell River, B.C.
1981 
Miscellaneous clippings on Indigenous North Americans
  
New York Times clippings
1985 

Clippings of articles regarding Pacific Northwest, including Meares Island blockade and Skagit Indian smoked salmon.

The Sea Otter
1977-19786 issues

A "journal devoted to the enjoyment and the conservation--perhaps even restoration--of Vancouver Island's natural resources." Published by Tsitika Publications, Victoria, B.C. Folder contains volume 1, numbers 1 and 3-7.

Tonatzin Land Institute: "Tribal People's Survival")
Summer 1988 
Series VI. Slides & Photographs
  box 23
"Adam Shewish's grandson's wedding - potlach gift preparation"
1979-1010 Photographic Slides
Aerial photograph (of Port Alberni?)
 1 photograph(s)
"Anthropologists' portion potlach distribution"
 10 Photographic Slides
"April's farewell, Xmas '77"
1977-1232 Photographic Slides

April is likely April Thomas.

"Charlie Thompson Memorial"
1977-1084 Photographic Slides; 34 photograph(s)Negatives; 3 photograph(s)Contact sheets
"Evelyn George potlatch"
1977-0966 Photographic Slides
"Linus Lucas wedding potlach"
1977-0917 Photographic Slides; 43 photograph(s)Negatives; 2 photograph(s)Contact sheets
Master list of slides and photographs to 1977
19772 p.

Index of slides and contact sheets within this series. Part of the Evelyn George potlatch is described to the slide level.

"Mux Fred & CCC"
19791 photograph(s)

CCC is 6 weeks old in this photograph.

"Nootka potlatch Sept. 1977"
1977-097 Photographic Slides
"Official opening of Native-run store" (Tseshaht market)
197918 Photographic Slides
Postcards
 12 p.
"Potlach GC"
1979-0316 Photographic Slides
"Potlach - Neah Bay"
1977-1128 Photographic Slides
"Potlatch"
1976-0718 Photographic Slides
"Pre-wedding"
1978-089 Photographic Slides

Likely preparation for "Wedding", 1978-08.

Susan Golla and family
ca. 19793 photograph(s)

One photograph is of Golla with most likely her husband Jim and daughter Cate.

Wedding
1978-08; 1977-0929 Photographic Slides

Title on box accompanying slides: "1.16 wedding Aug. 78 Port Alberni". Some slides are labeled September 1977, and may be a different event.

Series VII. Audio recordings
 0.5 Linear Feetbox 24
Interviews
  
Tape 19760000-01
 1 audiocassette
19760000-01-01. Golla, Susan. Taylor, Mabel. Shewish, Margaret.
Interview with Margaret Shewish and Mabel Taylor [1 of 2]
circa 1976-197900:47:11

Tape label: "Nootka Unidentified Fieldtape"

General physical description: 00:47:11


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Social life and customs; Nootka Indians -- History

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19760000-01-02. Shewish, Margaret. Golla, Susan.
Interview with Margaret Shewish and Mabel Taylor [2 of 2]
circa 1976-197900:44:43

Tape label: "Nootka Unidentified Fieldtape"

General physical description: 00:44:43


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- History; Nootka Indians -- Social life and customs

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Tape 19760604-01
 1 audiocassette
19760604-01. Martin, Doris. Golla, Susan.
Elicitation of Nuu-chah-nulth words and phrases [1 of 2]
1976-06-0400:30:05

Tape label: "no·paʕ3asath"

General physical description: 00:30:05


Geographic Name(s): Vancouver Island (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Social life and customs; Nootka language

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Tape 19760604-02
 1 audiocassette
19760604-02. Martin, Doris. Golla, Susan.
Elicitation of Nuu-chah-nulth words and phrases [2 of 2]
1976-06-0400:18:05

Tape label: "no·paʕ3asath"

General physical description: 00:18:05


Geographic Name(s): Vancouver Island (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka language; Nootka Indians -- Social life and customs

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Tape 19760709-01
 1 audiocassette
19760709-01. Watts, Hughie. Golla, Susan.
Hughie Watts (Tsishaath) on Sayachapis
1976-07-0900:17:38

General physical description: 00:17:38


Geographic Name(s): Vancouver Island (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- History; Nootka language

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Tape 19760716-01
 1 audiocassette
19760716-01-01. Taylor, Mabel. Shewish, Margaret. Golla, Susan.
Interview with Mabel Taylor and Margaret Shewish [1 of 2]
1976-07-1600:47:57

General physical description: 00:47:57


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Folklore; Nootka Indians -- Social life and customs; Nootka Indians -- History

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19760716-01-02. Taylor, Mabel. Shewish, Margaret. Golla, Susan.
Interview with Mabel Taylor and Margaret Shewish [2 of 2]
1976-07-1600:47:34

General physical description: 00:47:34


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Folklore; Nootka Indians -- Social life and customs; Nootka Indians -- History

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Tape 19780301-01
 1 audiocassette
19780301-01-01. Shewish, Margaret. Golla, Susan.
Interview with Margaret Shewish, 3/1/78 [1 of 4]
1978-03-0100:31:46

General physical description: 00:31:46


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nookta Indians -- Economic conditions; Nootka Indians -- Funeral customs and rites; Nookta Indians -- Social life and customs; Names, Nootka

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19780301-01-02. Shewish, Margaret. Golla, Susan.
Interview with Margaret Shewish, 3/1/78 [2 of 4]
1978-03-0100:31:46

General physical description: 00:31:46


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Funeral customs and rites; Nookta Indians -- Social life and customs

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Tape 19760604-02
 1 audiocassette
19780301-02-01. Shewish, Margaret. Golla, Susan.
Interview with Margaret Shewish, 3/1/78 [3 of 4]
1978-03-0100:31:37

General physical description: 00:31:37


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nookta Indians -- Social life and customs

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19780301-02-02. Shewish, Margaret. Golla, Susan.
Interview with Margaret Shewish, 3/1/78 [4 of 4]
1978-03-0100:31:35

General physical description: 00:31:35


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nookta Indians -- Social life and customs

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Tape 19780302-01
 1 audiocassette
19780302-01-01. Shewish, Margaret. Golla, Susan.
Interview with Margaret Shewish, 3/2/78 [1 of 2]
1978-03-0200:31:48

General physical description: 00:31:48


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nookta Indians -- Social life and customs; Names, Nootka

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19780302-01-02. Shewish, Margaret. Golla, Susan.
Interview with Margaret Shewish, 3/2/78 [2 of 2]
1978-03-0200:31:50

General physical description: 00:31:50


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nookta Indians -- Social life and customs

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Tape 19780719-01
 1 audiocassette
19780719-01-01. Shewish, Margaret. Golla, Susan.
Interview with Margaret Shewish, 7/19/78 [1 of 4]
1978-07-1900:47:24

General physical description: 00:47:24


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nookta Indians -- History; Nookta Indians -- Food; Nookta Indians -- Social life and customs

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19780719-01-02. Shewish, Margaret. Golla, Susan.
Interview with Margaret Shewish, 7/19/78 [2 of 4]
1978-07-1900:47:27

General physical description: 00:47:27


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nookta Indians -- Food; Nookta Indians -- History; Nookta Indians -- Social life and customs

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Tape 19780719-02
 1 audiocassette
19780719-02-01. Shewish, Margaret. Golla, Susan.
Interview with Margaret Shewish, 7/19/78 [3 of 4]
1978-07-1900:31:50

General physical description: 00:31:50


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Music; Nookta Indians -- Rites and ceremonies; Wolves -- Folklore; Nookta Indians -- Social life and customs

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19780719-02-02. Shewish, Margaret. Golla, Susan.
Interview with Margaret Shewish, 7/19/78 [4 of 4]
1978-07-1900:32:09

General physical description: 00:32:09


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Education; Nookta Indians -- History; Dogs -- Folklore; Nookta Indians -- Social life and customs; Names, Nootka

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Tape 19781019-01
 1 audiocassette
19781019-01-01. Taylor, Mabel. Golla, Susan.
Interview with Mabel Taylor on food vocabulary [1 of 2]
1978-10-1900:31:16

General physical description: 00:31:16


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka language; Nootka Indians -- Food; Nootka Indians -- Social life and customs

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19781019-01-02. Golla, Susan. Taylor, Mabel.
Interview with Mabel Taylor on food vocabulary [2 of 2]
1978-10-1900:01:36

General physical description: 00:01:36


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka language; Nootka Indians -- Food; Nootka Indians -- Social life and customs

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Weddings (Restricted)
  

Restrictions on Access: These recordings are currently not available for online access until privacy concerns are evaluated.

Tape 19780812-01
 1 audiocassette
19780812-01-01. Golla, Susan.
Wedding of April Thomas and Stuart MacNutt
1978-08-1200:32:03

Restrictions on Access: These recordings are currently not available for online access until privacy concerns are evaluated.

General physical description: 00:32:03


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Social life and customs; Nootka Indians -- Marriage customs and rites

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Tape 19791124-02
 1 audiocassette
19791124-02-01. Golla, Susan.
Wedding of Alfred Fred and Gina Fred [1 of 8]
1979-11-2400:46:42

Recording includes speeches, music, and other ceremonial details, given by multiple speakers and performers. A partial transcript of the recordings is available in the Susan Golla papers. Cassette 1 of 5 is not in the Susan Golla papers.

Restrictions on Access: These recordings are currently not available for online access until privacy concerns are evaluated.

General physical description: 00:46:42


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Marriage customs and rites; Nootka Indians -- Social life and customs

Access digital object:
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19791124-02-02. Golla, Susan.
Wedding of Alfred Fred and Gina Fred [2 of 8]
1979-11-2400:44:30

Recording includes speeches, music, and other ceremonial details, given by multiple speakers and performers. A partial transcript of the recordings is available in the Susan Golla papers. Cassette 1 of 5 is not in the Susan Golla papers.

Restrictions on Access: These recordings are currently not available for online access until privacy concerns are evaluated.

General physical description: 00:44:30


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Social life and customs; Nootka Indians -- Marriage customs and rites

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Tape 19791124-03
 1 audiocassette
19791124-03-01. Golla, Susan.
Wedding of Alfred Fred and Gina Fred [3 of 8]
1979-11-2400:46:35

Recording includes speeches, music, and other ceremonial details, given by multiple speakers and performers. A partial transcript of the recordings is available in the Susan Golla papers. Cassette 1 of 5 is not in the Susan Golla papers.

Restrictions on Access: These recordings are currently not available for online access until privacy concerns are evaluated.

General physical description: 00:46:35


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Marriage customs and rites; Nootka Indians -- Social life and customs

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19791124-03-02. Golla, Susan.
Wedding of Alfred Fred and Gina Fred [4 of 8]
1979-11-2400:46:33

Recording includes speeches, music, and other ceremonial details, given by multiple speakers and performers. A partial transcript of the recordings is available in the Susan Golla papers. Cassette 1 of 5 is not in the Susan Golla papers.

Restrictions on Access: These recordings are currently not available for online access until privacy concerns are evaluated.

General physical description: 00:46:33


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Social life and customs; Nootka Indians -- Marriage customs and rites

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Tape 19791124-04
 1 audiocassette
19791124-04-01. Golla, Susan.
Wedding of Alfred Fred and Gina Fred [5 of 8]
1979-11-2400:30:31

Recording includes speeches, music, and other ceremonial details, given by multiple speakers and performers. A partial transcript of the recordings is available in the Susan Golla papers. Cassette 1 of 5 is not in the Susan Golla papers.

Restrictions on Access: These recordings are currently not available for online access until privacy concerns are evaluated.

General physical description: 00:30:31


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Social life and customs; Nootka Indians -- Marriage customs and rites

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19791124-04-02. Golla, Susan.
Wedding of Alfred Fred and Gina Fred [6 of 8]
1979-11-2400:30:32

Recording includes speeches, music, and other ceremonial details, given by multiple speakers and performers. A partial transcript of the recordings is available in the Susan Golla papers. Cassette 1 of 5 is not in the Susan Golla papers.

Restrictions on Access: These recordings are currently not available for online access until privacy concerns are evaluated.

General physical description: 00:30:32


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Social life and customs; Nootka Indians -- Marriage customs and rites

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Tape 19791124-05
 1 audiocassette
19791124-05-01. Golla, Susan.
Wedding of Alfred Fred and Gina Fred [7 of 8]
1979-11-2400:30:53

Recording includes speeches, music, and other ceremonial details, given by multiple speakers and performers. A partial transcript of the recordings is available in the Susan Golla papers. Cassette 1 of 5 is not in the Susan Golla papers.

Restrictions on Access: These recordings are currently not available for online access until privacy concerns are evaluated.

General physical description: 00:30:53


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Marriage customs and rites; Nootka Indians -- Social life and customs

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19791124-05-02. Golla, Susan.
Wedding of Alfred Fred and Gina Fred [8 of 8]
1979-11-2400:30:54

Recording includes speeches, music, and other ceremonial details, given by multiple speakers and performers. A partial transcript of the recordings is available in the Susan Golla papers. Cassette 1 of 5 is not in the Susan Golla papers.

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General physical description: 00:30:54


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Social life and customs; Nootka Indians -- Marriage customs and rites

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Translation of "Legendary History of the Tseshaht"
 18 audiocassettes

Abstract: These tapes consist of line-by-line translation of "Legendary History of Tseshaht," originally told by Tom Sayachapis and recorded by Edward Sapir in November 1910. Includes occasional discussion of other topics.

Tape 19810708-01
 1 audiocassette
19810708-01-01. Taylor, Mabel. Golla, Susan.
Translation of 'Legendary History of the Tseshaht'
1981-07-0800:31:53

Line-by-line translation of "Legendary History of Tseshaht," originally told by Tom Sayachapis and recorded by Edward Sapir in November 1910. Includes occasional discussion of other topics.

General physical description: 00:31:53


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Folklore; Nootka Indians -- History

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19810708-01-02. Golla, Susan. Taylor, Mabel.
Translation of 'Legendary History of the Tseshaht'
1981-07-0800:31:46

Line-by-line translation of "Legendary History of Tseshaht," originally told by Tom Sayachapis and recorded by Edward Sapir in November 1910. Includes occasional discussion of other topics.

General physical description: 00:31:46


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- History; Nootka Indians -- Folklore

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Tape 19810708-02
 1 audiocassette
19810708-02-01. Taylor, Mabel. Golla, Susan.
Translation of 'Legendary History of the Tseshaht'
1981-07-0800:31:28

Line-by-line translation of "Legendary History of Tseshaht," originally told by Tom Sayachapis and recorded by Edward Sapir in November 1910. Includes occasional discussion of other topics.

General physical description: 00:31:28


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Folklore; Nootka Indians -- History

Access digital object:
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19810708-02-02. Taylor, Mabel. Golla, Susan.
Translation of 'Legendary History of the Tseshaht'
1981-07-0800:12:58

Line-by-line translation of "Legendary History of Tseshaht," originally told by Tom Sayachapis and recorded by Edward Sapir in November 1910. Includes occasional discussion of other topics.

General physical description: 00:12:58


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- History; Nootka Indians -- Folklore

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Tape 19810708-03
 1 audiocassette
19810708-03-01. Taylor, Mabel. Golla, Susan.
Translation of 'Legendary History of the Tseshaht'
1981-07-0800:31:40

Line-by-line translation of "Legendary History of Tseshaht," originally told by Tom Sayachapis and recorded by Edward Sapir in November 1910. Includes occasional discussion of other topics.

General physical description: 00:31:40


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Folklore; Nootka Indians -- History

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19810708-03-02. Golla, Susan. Taylor, Mabel.
Translation of 'Legendary History of the Tseshaht'
1981-07-0800:31:41

Line-by-line translation of "Legendary History of Tseshaht," originally told by Tom Sayachapis and recorded by Edward Sapir in November 1910. Includes occasional discussion of other topics.

General physical description: 00:31:41


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- History; Nootka Indians -- Folklore

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Tape 19810710-04
 1 audiocassette
19810710-04-01. Taylor, Mabel. Golla, Susan.
Translation of 'Legendary History of the Tseshaht'
1981-07-1000:31:39

Line-by-line translation of "Legendary History of Tseshaht," originally told by Tom Sayachapis and recorded by Edward Sapir in November 1910. Includes occasional discussion of other topics.

General physical description: 00:31:39


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Folklore; Nootka Indians -- History

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19810710-04-02. Golla, Susan. Taylor, Mabel.
Translation of 'Legendary History of the Tseshaht'
1981-07-1000:31:42

Line-by-line translation of "Legendary History of Tseshaht," originally told by Tom Sayachapis and recorded by Edward Sapir in November 1910. Includes occasional discussion of other topics.

General physical description: 00:31:42


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- History; Nootka Indians -- Folklore

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Tape 19810710-05
 1 audiocassette
19810710-05-01. Taylor, Mabel. Golla, Susan.
Translation of 'Legendary History of the Tseshaht'
1981-07-1000:31:25

Line-by-line translation of "Legendary History of Tseshaht," originally told by Tom Sayachapis and recorded by Edward Sapir in November 1910. Includes occasional discussion of other topics.

General physical description: 00:31:25


Geographic Name(s): Port Alberni (B.C.)

Subject(s): Nootka Indians -- Folklore; Nootka Indians -- History

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19810710-05-02. Golla, Susan. Taylor, Mabel.
Translation of 'Legendary History of the Tseshaht'
1981-07-1000:31:25