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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
Dissolving views: the Tsimshian community of Metlakatla2020 Material religion 16 (5): 541-62
  • Emily Madsen
H6/KFO [MATERIAL-]1743-2200
Only connect: determiners, case, and agreement in Tsimshianic2018 International journal of American linguistics 84 (4): 471-511
  • Henry Davis
Frederick Alexcee's entangled gaze2018 ab-Original 2 (2): 246-64
  • Kaitlin McCormick
2470-6221in special issue 'The entangled gaze: indigenous and European views of each other'
Prehistoric mountain goat (Oreamnus americanus) mother lode near Prince Rupert, British Columbia and implications for the manufacture of high-status ceremonial goods2018 Journal of island and coastal archaeology 13 (2): 319-40
  • Susan J. Crockford
H6/KE [ISLAND-]1556-4894
The role of small villages in northern Tsimshian territory from oral and archaeological records2017 Journal of social archaeology 17 (3): 285-325
  • Andrew Martindale
  • Angela Ruggles
  • David Archer
  • Duncan McLaren
  • Katherine Patton
  • Kenneth M. Ames
  • Kisha Supernant
  • Letham Bryn
  • Susan Marsden
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1469-6053
Anterior dental microwear textures show habitat-driven variability in Neandertal behavior2017 Journal of human evolution 105: 13-23
  • Alejandro Pérez-Pérez
  • Debbie Guatelli-Steinberg
  • Jean-Jacques Hublin
  • Kristin L. Krueger
  • Peter S. Ungar
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Genetic structure of first nation communities in the Pacific northwest2016 Human biology 88 (4): 251-63
  • Amanda C. Owings
  • Barbara Petzelt
  • Cris E. Hughes
  • Joycelynn Mitchell
  • Mary P. Rogers
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0018-7143
Rescues, rants, and researches: a re-view of Jay Miller's writings on Northwest Indien cultures2014 Journal of northwest anthropology : iii-xii, 1-292
  • Darby C. Stapp ed.
  • Kara N. Powers ed.
H6/KUB [NORTHWEST-]1538-2834Memoir 9; monographic issue, with bibliography of Jay Miller in appendix 246-52
Indigenous climate change adaptation planning using a values-focused approach: a case study with the Gitga'at nation2014 Journal of ethnobiology 34 (3): 401-24
  • Cam Hill
  • Colleen Hamilton
  • Michael G. Reid
  • Sarah K. Reid
  • William Trousdale
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771in special issue 'Climate change and ethnobiology'
Standing on the shore with Saaban: an anthropological rapprochement with an indigenous intellectual tradition2013 Collaborative anthropologies 6: 171-99
  • Charles R. Menzies
H6 [COLLABORATIVE-]1943-2550in special section 'Collaborative ethnographies of music and sound'
Moveable feasts: chronicles of "potlatching" among the Tsimshian, 1860s-1900s2012 Ethnohistory 59 (2): 387-405
  • Peggy Brock
Reincarnation belief as a positive self-fulfilling prophecy2011 Canadian journal of native studies 31 (2): 97-105
  • Jessie Capri King
*H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]0715-3244in special issue 'Celebrating indigenous knowledges: peoples, lands and cultures'; French summary
Dm sibilhaa'nm da laxyuubm Gitxaała: picking abalone in Gitxaała territory2010 Human organization 69 (3): 213-20
  • Charles R. Menzies
H6/KF [APPLIED-]0018-7259
Occurrences of green earth pigment on Northwest Coast First Nations painted objects2009 Archaeometry 51 (3): 440-56
  • E. A. Moffatt
  • I. N. M. Wainwright
  • P. J. Sirois
Claude Levi-Strauss: mask and myth2009 Ethno-anthropological problems journal 4 (2): 121-35
  • Senka Kovač
H6/KVP [ETNOANTROPOLOSKI-]0353-1589English and Serbian summaries
Collecting tribal art: André Breton and Claude Lévi-Strauss2007 Tribal art 46: 100-11
  • Stéphanie Massonet
*H6/KFY [WORLD-]1354-2990
Reconsidering Emily Carr2007 Canadian ethnic studies 39 (1/2): 219-24
  • Marilyn Baker
H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]0008-3496review article on Unsettling encounters: First Nations imagery in the art of Emily Carr by G Moray (Vancouver: UBC Pr and Seattle Univ of Washington Pr, 2006), on Tsimshian treasures: the remarkable journey of the Dunda collection ed D Ellis (Dundas, ON: Donald Ellis Gallery; Vancouver: Douglas McIntyre and Seattle: Univ of Washington Pr, 2007), and on Emily Carr: new perspectives on a Canadian icon curators CC Hill, J Lamoreaux, IM Thom (Vancouver: Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver: Douglas McIntyre, 2006)
The origin of death is the most ancient myth2007 Etnograficheskoe obozrenie 1: 70-89
  • IU. E. Berezkin
H6/KVY [ETNOGRAFICHESKOE-]0869-5415English summary
Dwarves and cranes: Baltic-Finnish mythologies in Eurasian and American perspective2007 Folklore (Tartu) 36: 67-88
  • IUrii Berezkin
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0957
Methodological issues in the use of Tsimshian oral traditions (Adawx) in archaeology2006 Canadian journal of archaeology 30 (2): 158-92
  • Andrew Martindale
*H6/KE [CANADIAN-]0705-2006French summary
Northern Tsimshian elderberry use in the late pre-contact to post-contact era2004 Canadian journal of archaeology 28 (2): 254-80
  • Andrew Martindale
  • Irena Jurakic
*H6/KE [CANADIAN-]0705-2006French summary
Goods, names, and selves: rethinking the Tsimshian Potlach2002 American ethnologist 29 (1): 123-50
  • Christopher Roth
H6 [AMERICAN-]0094-0496
Working in the woods: Tsimshian resource workers and the forest industry of British Columbia2001 American Indian quarterly 25 (3): 409-30
  • Caroline F. Butler
  • Charles R. Menzies
What the people said: Kwakwaka'wakw, Nuu-cha-nulth and Tsimshian testimonies before the Royal Commission on Indian Affairs for the province of British Columbia (1913-1916)1999 Canadian journal of native studies 19 (2): 213-48
  • Deidre Sanders
  • Kathleen Mooney
  • Leland Donald
  • Naneen Stuckey
0715-3244French summary
Immigration and Christianity in Alaskan-Tsimshian1998 Bulletin of the Hokkaido Museum of Northern Peoples 7: 31-50
  • Tokusu Matsubayashi
Tsimshian ethno-ethnohistory: a [real] indigenous chronology1998 Ethnohistory 45 (4): 657-74
  • Jay Miller
The Tsimshian connection in weaving the painted formline1997 American Indian art magazine 22 (2): 44-51
  • Katie Pasco
Frederick Alexie: Euro-Canadian discussions of a first nations' artist1991 Canadian Journal of native studies 11 (2): 229-52
  • R W Hawker
French summary
From ceremonial object to curio: object transformation at Port Simpson and Metlakatla, British Columbia in the nineteenth century1990 Canadian Journal of native studies 10 (2): 193-217
  • Joanne MacDonald
French summary