Takhoma

Takhoma

Ethnography of Mount Rainier National Park

Book - 2006
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First published as a research report in 1964, Takhoma 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 unraveling the cultural past of Mount Rainier National Park.
Publisher: Pullman : Washington State University Press, c2006.
ISBN: 9780874222845
0874222842
Branch Call Number: 979.7782 SMITH
Characteristics: xxiii, 182 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.

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