Smoke from their fires; the life of a Kwakiutl chief, by Clellan S. Ford ...

; Yale University. Dept. of Anthropology ; Yale University. Institute of Human Relations
New Haven, Published for the Institute of Human Relations by Yale University Press; London, H. Milford, Oxford University Press, 1941.

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Other Authors Yale University. Dept. of Anthropology.
Yale University. Institute of Human Relations.
Subjects Kwakiutl Indians.
Nowell, Charles James, 1870-
Description 7 p. ., 248 p. front. (port.) illus. (map) col. plates. 24 cm.
Notes "This volume results from a field study made during the summer of 1940, sponsored jointly by the Department of Anthropology and the Institute of Human Relations, Yale University."--Acknowledgments.
The life story of Charles James Nowell (Tlalis) a Kwakiutl chief, as told to C.S. Ford, who has edited the story and written the first chapter, "An introduction to Kwakiutl society." (p. 1-40)
Network Numbers (OCoLC)02058965
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