6 edition of Takhoma found in the catalog.
May 30, 2006
by Washington State University
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||182|
View the profiles of people named Takhoma Card. Join Facebook to connect with Takhoma Card and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to. This little page book will interest Wichita/Delano history buffs. It will also be a good read for those wanting to know what it was like to struggle and make do, during the Depression Era.
Check-list of books and pamphlets relating to the history of the Pacific Northwest to be found in representative libraries of that region. Olympia, Wash., E. L. Boardman, public printer. Edition 2, The H. W. Wilson Company, New York, SMITH, CHARLES W., Compiler: As one of the new owner/editors of Tahoma Literary Review, I am proud of the 22 original selections of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry within Issue 11's gorgeous cover by artist Joan Desmond.I'm also proud that we honor contributors to our literary project by paying for their work, and keeping our transparency index updated. Issue 11's index has been updated as of /5(1).
OCLC Number: Description: 95 pages frontispiece 20 cm: Contents: How the deer got his horns; The turkey acquires a beard; When the terrapin beat the rabbit; The tale of the stars and the pine; The origin of sickness and medicine; The marriage of the owl; How the possum's tail became bare; The man who became a bear; The ice-man and the fire; The story of fire; The story of the. Takhoma And Beacon Hill is a short story I wrote in early for a Seattle Fake-Mythology project. Seems appropriate given all the discussion around the big earthquake, that I post this story in FULL for your reading pleasure.
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This is a book that was well written with great detail. I would recommend this book. If you ever venture to the Mount Rainier area, you can impress your friends of the facts while snowshoeing to the top of the mountain (or at least to Camp Muir).
Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse/5(2). Takhoma book Takhoma: Ethnography Of Mount Rainier National Park is a scholarly compilation and record of the archaeological past and ethnographic study of Mount Rainier, also known as "Takhoma". Takhoma Ethnography of Mount Rainier National Park (Book): Smith, Allan H.: An imposing geologic feature that once provided a variety of natural resources for the indigenous people who lived nearby, the sheer size of Mount Rainier prompted many to call it simply The Mountain, or "Takhoma." The volcanic cone towers to 14, feet and comprises about one-fourth of the square-mile national.
First published as a research report inTakhoma presents an ethnographical analysis for collected and recovered material—addressing native toponymy, tribal identities and boundaries, village sites and structures, aboriginal economic and other uses of the region, and native trails, travel, and trade—and provided a valuable first step toward unraveling the cultural past of Mount Rainier National Park.
Although Rainier had been considered the official name of the mountain, Theodore Winthrop, in his posthumously published travel book The Canoe and the Saddle, referred to the Takhoma book as Tacoma and for a time, both names were used interchangeably, although Mt.
Tacoma was preferred in the nearby city of name: Tahoma, Tacoma (Southern Puget. Takhoma: Ethnography of Mount Rainier National Park presents the analysis of the collected and recovered material addressing native toponymy, tribal identities and boundaries, camp sites and structures, aboriginal economic and other uses of the region, and native trails, travel, and trade.
Book jacket.\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0. A collection of fifty-three myths and legends taken from the folklore of the Indians of the Pacific Northwest. Takoma Park is a city in Montgomery County, Maryland, United is a suburb of Washington, and part of the Washington metropolitan d in and incorporated inTakoma Park, informally called "Azalea City", is a Tree City USA and a nuclear-free zone.A planned commuter suburb, it is situated along the Metropolitan Branch of the historic Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, just.
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First published as a research report inTakhoma presents an ethnographical analysis for collected and recovered material--addressing native toponymy, tribal identities and boundaries, village sites and structures, aboriginal economic and other uses of the region, and native trails, travel, and trade--and provides a valuable first step toward.
Why There Are No Snakes On Takhoma: Cowlitz myth about the flooding of the earth. Recommended Books on Cowlitz Mythology Legends of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe: Collection of Cowlitz legends and folktales. Salish Myths and Legends: Anthology of legends and traditional stories from the Cowlitz and other Salish tribes.
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If you ever venture to the Mount Rainier area, you can impress your friends of the facts while snowshoeing to the top of the mountain (or at least to Camp Muir). June 8, PULLMAN — WSU Press has announced the release of a new book, Takhoma: Ethnography of Mount Rainier National Park.
The imposing volcanic tower had kept its secrets for eons, but inWashington State University anthropologists partnered with the National Park Service to investigate the pre-history of Mount Rainier National Park.
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The following story, taken from the book "Myths and Legends of the Pacific Northwest (Judson), is one of the few. Why There Are No Snakes on Takhoma A long, long time. ago, Tyhee Sahale became angry with the people. Sahale ordered a medicine man to take his bow and arrow and shoot into the cloud which hung low over Takhoma.
Available in paperback, Takhoma is 6″ x 9″, pages, and has a list price of $ It is available at bookstores or can be ordered directly plus shipping from WSU Press by calling or online at Tahoma by Mary Broughton Boone and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at.
Miss Judson has collected these myths and legends from many printed sources. She disclaims originality, but she has rendered a service that will be appreciated by the many who have sought in vain for legends of the Indians.
There is an agreeable surprise in store for any lover of folk-lore who will read these books. Contents: The Origin Of Daylight How Silver-Fox Created The World How Kemush.the name "Takhoma" to any high snow peak. Mr. Edwin Eells of Tacoma tells me that he derived from Rev.
Father Hylebos of the same city, the statement that the name "Takhoma" was compounded of "Tah" and "Koma," and that among certain Indians the word "Koma" meant any snow peak, while "Tah" is a superlative. Hence "Takhoma" means simply the great.Read this book on Questia.
These collected myths and tales of the Indians of the Pacific Northwest - the Klamath, Nez Perce, Tillamook, Modoc, Shastan, Chinook, Flathead, Clatsop, and other tribes - were first published in