Ging̱olx

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  • also Gingolx or Kincolith

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Book, Chapter 3 : The "missionary period" among the Nishga : Kincolith, Lakkalzap, Aiyansh, B.C.

Three copies of a typescript draft book chapter (thirty leaves, photocopy) about the Nisga'a (formerly spelled Nishga) in Ging̱olx (also Kincolith), Lax̱g̱altsʼap (formerly spelled Lakkalzap), and Gitlaxt'aamiks (or New Aiyansh) in British Columbia written by E Palmer Patterson. The typescript copies of the draft book chapter were originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

Book, Chapter 6 : Kincolith, B.C. : leadership and continuity in a native Christian village, 1867-1997.

A typescript draft book chapter (thirty-four leaves) about Ging̱olx (or Kincolith), British Columbia written by E Palmer Patterson. Also includes an offprint of the published version of the book chapter which appeared in the Canadian Journal of Anthropology 3, no. 1 (Fall 1982), p. 45-55. The typescript draft book chapter and offprint were originally housed in a package titled, Tongass Tlingit: Tongass at Ft. Simpson. The term Tongass is an anglicized variant name for the Taantʼa Ḵwáan.

Patterson, E Palmer

The Nisga'a and their neighbours.

A spiral bound volume (approximately one hundred and fifty leaves) containing photocopies of twelve published articles by E Palmer Patterston preceded by a title page and a table of contents.

Includes the following articles:

1. Patterson, E P. "Early Nishga-European Contact to 1860: A People for "those Who Talk of the Efficiency of Moral Lectures to Subdue the Obduracy of the Heart"." Anthropologica. N.s. 25 (1983): 193-219.

2. Patterson, E P. "Nishga Initiative and Missionary Response: Robert Doolan at Quinwoch, B.C." Missiology: an International Review. 9.3 (1981): 337-344.

3. Patterson, E P. "Kincolith, B.C. : Leadership Continuity in a Native Christian Village, 1867-1887." Canadian Journal of Anthropology. 3.9 (1982) : 45-55.

4. Patterson, E P. "An Indian View of Missions and Missionaries." [publisher not identified] : 10.

5. Patterson, II E P. "A Decade of Change: Origins of the Nishga and Tsimshian Land Protests in the 1880s." Journal of Canadian Studies. 18.3 (1983): 40-54.

6. Patterson, E P. "Arthur E. O'meara, Friend of the Indians." The Pacific Northwest Quarterly. 58.2 (1967): 90-99.

7. Patterson, E P. "Native Missionaries of the North Pacific Coast: Philip Mckay and Others." The Pacific Historian. 30.1 (1986) : 22-36.

8. Patterson, E P. "Nishga Perceptions of Their First Resident Missionary, the Reverend R. R. A. Doolan (1864-1867)." Anthropologica. 30.2 (1988): 119-135.

9. Patterson, E P. "Kincolith's First Decade: A Nisga'a Village, 1867-1878." The Canadian Journal of Native Studies. 12.2 (1992) : 229-250.

10. Patterson, E P. "Neshaki: Kinfolk and Trade." Culture. 10.2. (1990) : 13-24.

11. Patterson, E P. "The Nishga and the Fur Trade, 1834-1842." Native studies review. 6.1 (1990) : 67-82.

12. Patterson, E P. ""the Indians Stationary Here": Continuity and Change in the Origins of the Fort Simpson Tsimshian." Anthropologica. 36 (1994): 181-203.

Patterson, E Palmer