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This is a collection of texts from the Tsimshian, who lived (and continue to reside) on the northwestern coast of British Columbia. The first three are tales of culture heroes and heroines, far longer than most texts of this kind. These first three stories, with legendary quests, mysterious supernatural beings and atmospheric descriptions, remind one of Icelandic sagas. Following these are a couple of short and fairly unremarkable animal rivalry stories. The last item is a notable deluge myth which appears to have very little if any European influence.
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University of Toronto PressThe Wolves and the DeerIn several cases, the narratives duplicate stories documented elsewhere in the Northwest region27: Tsimshian texts Sep 29, 2008 09/08 by Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 texts eye 626 favorite 0 comment 0 Source: The Library of Congress 4,214 4.2K Tsimshian mythology Jun 18, 2008 06/08 by Boas, Franz, 1858-1942; Tate, Henry W texts eye 4,214 favorite 1 comment 0 American Libraries 669 669 Vol noTsimshian Dictionaries, Audio Tapes and Language Resources Sm'Algyax: A Reference Dictionary and Grammar Dictionary of the Coast Tsimshian language for salefavorite share Flag this item for Graphic Violence Graphic Sexual Content Spam, Scam or Fraud Broken or Empty Data textsTsimshian texts by Boas, Franz, 1858-1942 Published 1902 Topics Tsimshian language -- Texts Scanningcenter capitolhillMediatype textsIdentifier-bib 00112509136Identifier tsimshiantexts00boasPpi 400Camera Canon 5DOperator Scanner-Tashia14-Jones.Scanner scribe9.capitolhill.archive.orgScandate 20080620021744Imagecount 258Identifier-access ark:/13960/t4cn7788vCuratestate approvedSponsordate 20080630Backuplocation ia9036023Openlibraryedition OL13495652MOpenlibrarywork OL808225W SHOW MORE SHOW LESS Publisher Washington, GovtLengua Tsimshian: Information on the Tsimshian language in SpanishEd
Raven (Txaamsm or Wigyet): Raven is the culture hero of Tsimshian mythologyAsi-hw'l^ Hammarstrm, Harald; Forkel, Robert; Haspelmath, Martin; Bank, Sebastian, edsAsi-hw'lOne of the few insights into Tate's life in Tsimshian Mythology comes in a discussion of clan-to-clan adoption, citing Tate's adoption from the Laxsgiik (Eagle clan) into the Gispwudwada (Killerwhale clan) of the Gispaxlo'ots tribe by his maternal grandfather, and his subsequent adoption of his own daughter into the Gispwudwada as well
Roth, Christopher FDOWNLOAD OPTIONS download 1 file ABBYY GZ download download 1 file B/W PDF download download 1 file DAISY download download 1 file EPUB download download 1 file FULL TEXT download download 1 file KINDLE download download 1 file PDF download download 1 file SCAN FACTORS download download 1 file SINGLE PAGE ORIGINAL JP2 TAR download download 1 file SINGLE PAGE PROCESSED JP2 ZIP download download 1 file TORRENT download download 18 Files download 9 Original SHOW ALL In CollectionThe Library of Congress ANDHIDE 1 MORE In CollectionAmerican Libraries Uploaded by bunnaarchive.org on 6/18/2008 Views 4,215 Favorites 1 Txaamsm is the hero's personal name and is pronounced similsr to chahm-sum (sometimes also spelled Txa'msem, Txamsem, Txamsen, Chemsem, or other ways) Wigyet is pronounced similar to weeg-yet (sometimes also spelled Wiigyet, Wegyet, or We-gyet) and is an eponym meaning "big man" or "giant." Occasionally he may also be referred to by the name Gaax (pronounced similar to gawkh), which is the literal Tsimshian word for "raven." Property Woman : A spirit woman with curly hair who brings prosperity to anybody who catches sight of her(Use discretion sharing these with kids as some of the stories contain adult humor.) Sponsored Links Additional Resources Supernatural beliefs of the Tsimshians Books of Native American legends Native American religions Alaska Native culture Northwest Coast First Nations Pacific Northwest art exhibit Wakashan Indians Tsimshian culture Native American Indian history Back to the list of gods and monsters Back to the Amerind language homepage Buy some American Indian literature Native American crafts Native American heritage Baure Lora's games Tribal tattoo images Would you like to help support our organization's work with endangered American Indian languages? Native Languages of the Americas website 1998-2015 Contacts and FAQ pageThe result was Boas's long 1916 monograph Tsimshian Mythology6The Winter Hunters and the Mosquito: Tsimshian myth about the origin of mosquitos"Tsimshian." Ethnologue: Languages of the World, 15th edNisgaa and Gitksan are very closely related and are usually considered dialects of the same language by linguists 171bf2437f