The Sekani Indians of British Columbia
Publisher: J O Patenaude
v+82pp with 14 illustrations, 3 figures, including frontispiece map, and appendix. Royal octavo (9 3/4" x 61/2") issued in brown stiff wrappers with black lettering to spine and cover. Canada Department of Mines and Resources, National Museum of Canada, Bulletin number 84, Anthropological Series number 20. 1st edition.
The Sekani Indians of Northern British Columbia center today around two posts of the Hudson's Bay Company. Fort McLeod on McLeod lake and Fort Grahame on Finaly river. The author visited them in those places during the summer of 1924, spending three weeks on McLeod lake and a week at Fort Grahame. The information obtained at that time forms the main subject of this report.
Lightly soiled, previous owner name on front end paper, corners bumped else a very good copy.
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