A Guide to B.C Indian Myth and Legend
Author(s): Ralph Maud
Synopsis: Boas, Tit, Hill-Tout, Barbeau, Swanton, Jenness, the luminaries of field research in B.C, are discussed in a A Guide to B.C Indian Myth and Legend and their work in Indian folklore evaluated. Other scholar’s, amateurs and native informants of the past and present are given ample consideration, making A Guide to B.C Indian Myth and Legend a comprehensive survey of myth collecting in B.C. The aim of this book is to reveal the true extent of this neglected body of world literature, and to begin to sort out the more valuable texts from those damaged in transmission. A Guide to B.C Indian Myth and Legend is a valuable reference tool for beginning or advanced students of anthropology, and an absorbing look at the research process itself.